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مرحبا بحضراتكم في المدونة الرسمية لقسم المكتبات والمعلومات - جامعة الإسكندرية،و كم تسعدنا مساهماتكم وتعليقاتكم****تمنياتنا للجميع بعام دراسي موفق إن شاء الله

السبت، أغسطس 27، 2011

ندوات مجانية عبر الإنترنت للمكتبيين !!




السلام عليكم ،
هذه هدية أخرى بمناسبة عيد الفطر المبارك أعاده الله تعالى علي حضراتكم والأمة الإسلامية بكل خير وبركة ، آمين .
فيما يلي ندوات متاحة عبر الوب مجاناً للمكتبين ، قامت بتجميعها الأستاذة
/غدير مجدي عبد الوهاب ، جزاها الله تعالى خيرا .

1-أسس صيانة وترميم الكتب في المكتبات

Book Repair Basics for Libraries

Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Sessions are intended to last 90 minutes, starting:
11am Pacific 12 Mountain 1pm Central 2pm Eastern
Participants will become familiar with several types of basic repairs for bound circulating collections materials in school, public, and academic libraries. Tip-ins and basic page repairs, hinge tightening, and a variety of spine repairs will be covered. Techniques will be illustrated and demonstrated with text, images, and video. Links to other resources will be provided.
Repairs and conservation treatments on rare and special collections materials will NOT be discussed.
Registration opens at 12:30pm (CDT) the day of the webinar, and is open to the first 500 registrants.
http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alcts/confevents/upcoming/webinar/pres/091411.cfm

2-إبتكارات منتقاة من أفضل المكتبات الأمريكية صغيرة الحجم في عام 2011
Innovations from America's Best Small Libraries 2011

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 ♦ 2 pm Eastern / 11 am Pacific ♦ 60 min.
Library Journal's annual Best Small Library in America Award, sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was created in 2005 to encourage and showcase the exemplary work of libraries serving populations under 25,000. In collaboration with the Association for Rural and Small Libraries, we are hosting this webinar with 2011 finalists. This year's winner, Naturita Community Library (CO), serves a population of only 2,100 with technology, distance education, and programming supporting all the community's lifelong learning needs. The Ames Free Library (North Easton, MA) bridges the computing gap with a nimble thin-client network, wireless access, and laptops for patron use, along with Computer Tutors who help bring patrons to the next level. Page Public Library (AZ) offers almost daily programs for patrons across the age spectrum and addresses patron technology needs including equipment to access distance learning. Join Susan Rice, branch supervisor, Naturita Community Library; Paul Paladino, director, Montrose Regional Library District; Madeline Miele Holt, director, Ames Free Library; Debbie Winlock, director, Page Public Library; and Library Journal's executive editor, Rebecca Miller for an hour of innovative and practical inspiration from three of America's best small libraries.

3-إعادة الجمهور للمكتبات العامة :نحو مكتبات تقودها مجتمعاتها
Putting the Public Back in Public Libraries: Community-Led Libraries

Monday, September 26, 2011 ♦ 1 pm Eastern / 10 am Pacific ♦ 60 min.
While public libraries are generally viewed as inclusive spaces, there are large segments of community that do not use them. Beginning in 2004, four large urban library systems from across Canada - Vancouver, Toronto, Regina and Halifax Public Libraries - spent four years working in socially excluded communities, to determine how to make public library services relevant to the needs of underserved communities. As a result, it was discovered that when communities are involved in the identification, development and delivery of library services, there can be an exhilarating effect. Since the conclusion of the highly successful Working Together Project (2004-2008), public libraries from across Canada have integrated community-led approaches and techniques. This webinar, brought to you in collaboration with Library Journal, will discuss the major outcomes of the project and provide examples of how the bringing this approach into library service planning makes libraries even more relevant to local needs.
Presenters: Tracey Jones-Grant, manager of ELL, Literacy and Diversity Services, Halifax Public Libraries; Ken Williment, community development manager for Halifax Public Libraries; and Randy Gatley, community librarian, Vancouver Public Library


4-الإفادة من إبداعات وابتكارات المتطوعين الماهرين في المكتبات العامة
Innovative Use of Skill-based Volunteers in Public Libraries

Monday, October 19, 2011 ♦ 2 pm Eastern / 11 am Pacific ♦ 60 min.
There is a growing number of younger members of our communities (the "net-generation") who are highly skilled with technology and the internet but view local public libraries as nice community amenities with little relevance to their "tip of the finger" world of information. There is also a notable increase in semi-retired, computer literate, actively engaged Baby Boomers. These two groups can be tapped to become the new volunteer base for libraries. Members of the net-generation will volunteer if they can use their expertise and professional skills to make a difference. The Baby Boomers will volunteer if they believe the experience will be intellectually challenging. By engaging these "new volunteers," libraries are helping to build vibrant sustainable community support for their library. This webinar identifies the critical issues and plan of action necessary to engage skilled-based library community volunteers. WebJunction is pleased to host this webinar in collaboration with ALA TechSource, moderated by Eileen Dumas and Preston Driggers, co-authors of Managing Library Volunteers. Panelists include Gail Zachariah, head of youth and community services, Keene Public Library (NH); and Sonja Plummer-Morgan, director, Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library (ME).

5-الإفادة من إمكانات المراهقين في خدمة المكتبات
Teaming Up with Teens @ Your Library

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 ♦ 2 pm Eastern / 11 am Pacific ♦ 60 min.
What is the absolute best avenue to getting teens involved and engaged at your school or public library? How can you encourage them to be peer reader advisors and library advocates in the community? Ultimately, if you want to encourage your teens to become lifelong readers, learners, and library users/supporters—and possibly even choose library work for their future career path—there is no better way to go than offering opportunities for active and involved teen library participation. In this webinar, you will explore ways teens can take part in your library, such as advisory groups, volunteering, short-term projects that use teen's special skills, and partnering with adults. You’ll also get tips on planning, organizing, conducting, and evaluating teen participation. When you team up with teens at your library, it's win-win! WebJunction is pleased to host this webinar in collaboration with the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).

Presented by: Kelly M Johnson, office manager & T.A.G. staff liaison, Ketchikan Public Library (AK); and Diane Tuccillo, teen services librarian, Poudre River Public Library District (CO), author of Library Teen Advisory Groups (Scarecrow, 2005) and Teen-Centered Library Service: Putting Youth Participation into Practice (Libraries Unlimited, 2010).

To register go to:
http://www.webjunction.org/events/webinars

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د أماني الرمادي


هناك تعليقان (2):

  1. السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
    كل عام وأعضاء وزوار المدونة الكرام بألف خير، كما أبعث بتهنئة خاصة لأستاذتي ومعلمتي الدكتورة أماني الرمادي، جزاها الله كل خير على مجهودها الرائع بالمدونة.
    للأسف لم أستطع التعليق من خلال حسابي في جوجل كالمعتاد، ربما توجد مشكلة تقنية، ولكني لم أستطع أن أنتظر دون أن أضيف ندوة جديدة رائعة وجدتها اليوم، والتالي بياناتها:

    Advocacy in Your Library Program

    When? Tue August 30, 2011, 4:30pm-6:30pm, US/Pacific (GMT-08:00)

    Detail Description: Attend this session to learn about advocacy tips for school librarians

    Fee: Free

    Participant URL: sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&am...B56E076889FF9B855D44
    أتمنى أن تفيدكم تلك الندوات، وبالتوفيق.
    غدير مجدي عبد الوهاب

    ردحذف
  2. بارك الله فيك ابنتي الحبية /الأستاذة غدير ،
    وزادك علماً وحكمةوتواضعاً ،
    وجعلك دوماً نافعة للغير ،
    مؤثرة بالخير ،
    آمين .

    ردحذف