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Apps for Librarians and Educators (05/15) (90 min)
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This 90-minute webinar was recorded on May 28, 2015.

Apps are everywhere these days and it can be overwhelming to know where to start. You probably have questions like these:

  • How do I find and use the best quality apps?
  • Which apps will help me in my professional work?
  • Which apps should librarians and educators recommend to their communities?

This workshop will give you a foundation, along with inspiration and resources for learning more. You’ll learn:

  • which quality apps have become “core” and what tasks they enable
  • how mobile devices are enabling better learning
  • how mobile apps are improving life for those with special needs
  • how to keep up with new apps
  • how to write a review of an app, including a handy checklist of what to include
  • examples of how libraries are using apps in creative ways

We’ll look at apps in the areas of reading, productivity, reference, writing, multi-media, social media, communication, content creation, exhibits & special collections, and professional development.

You’ll leave with a list of resources for further study, and practical ideas for offering your own services related to apps.

Presented by: Nicole Hennig


To access the recording:
After you register for this course, you will receive an email entitled "Course Link for Apps for Librarians and Educators" containing the course link and handouts, if any.



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