Digitization decisions and copyright questions addressed in our upcoming, in-person workshops

Preserving and providing access to information are core values of librarianship. Our newest training track, Preservation & Access, covers a variety of topics related to services and skills like digitization, resource sharing, book repair, and more. As with all our training tracks, we offer both in-person and online training opportunities. Click the title links below for more information and to register for these in-person events.

Exploring Your CopyRIGHTS in K-12 Environments—a Hands-on Workshop*
This in-person workshop is designed for library staff working in K12 environments and will give attendees the foundation to feel more confident about their understanding and application of their rights and responsibilities in our complex information landscape.
Thursday, August 8, 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM (Registration closes August 5.)
*In-person only—no recording will be available.
Presenter: Carla Myers (Miami University Libraries)
CEUs: 5

Digitization-in-a-Day: The Basics*
Did you miss out on any of the sessions in the Digitization Basics webinar series?  Would you benefit from face-to-face instruction and one-on-one attention from our trainers?  Sign up today for the in-person version of our Digitization Basics webinar series and get all the content in one day—from planning tips to tool suggestions to file type and metadata recommendations.
Thursday, October 10, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
*In-person only—no recording will be available.
Presenters: Jenni Salamon and Lily Birkhimer (Ohio History Connection)
CEUs: 3

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