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Thursday, September 7, 2023 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT
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This is an online event.




Contact

NEFLIN Staff
NEFLIN, Inc.
904-278-5620
training@neflin.org
 

LibGuides: Best Practices for Building Guides - Webinar (09/07/23)

Get the most out of LibGuides' built-in features to create and design attractive, effective guides. We'll emphasize consistency and conciseness, leading to better results for your patrons. We will go over how to choose the appropriate asset and box types and write better, more concise web content. We will also review adding images to guides to enhance both content and appearance while maintaining accessibility.

You've been asking for LibGuides training from Springshare for some time. Everything finally came together and now NEFLIN is pleased to bring you our first session with Springshare! 

Virtual Trainer: Michelle Lustig, Education & Programming Manager

With 10 years of experience working at Springshare and over 10 years in academic libraries, Michelle specializes in helping librarians accomplish their user experience goals. At Springshare, she manages the online training program and oversees the SpringyCamp Virtual Conference. She loves creating fun and engaging training sessions and working one-on-one with clients to help them use their Springshare tools to best serve their library patrons.

This is an online class. Access information will be emailed one week ahead.

Cost: NEFLIN classes are free of charge for Florida library staff. Registration is required for all classes and NEFLIN members get priority.

This project was funded either under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services or the Library Cooperative Grant program. Florida’s LSTA and LCG programs are administered by the Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

For FY2022-23, the total state and federal budgets for NEFLIN's programs are $688,109. 42% of the total costs ($288,109) are supported by federal funds, and 58% of this program ($400,000) is supported by state funds.