Two Idea Tuesday

rachel.pekarDiscussion Starter, PaILS, Tech Tip, Training

The recent closing of public libraries in PA for this short period means you are not be serving the public in traditional ways right now, but there are many great things you can do to keep engaged if you are empowered to work remotely. Visit the PaILS/SPARK virtual meeting room to chat about ideas.  The room is open for SPARK … Read More

rachel.pekarTwo Idea Tuesday

The Networking Game

rachel.pekarcalendar event, Opportunity for Community, Training

Free Webinar Prepare to attend the upcoming Pennsylvania Library Association conference, an Evergreen conference, or a Committee, Town Hall, or User Group Meeting by participating in this online training. The Networking Game: Engaging with Colleagues at Your Consortia, Professional Associations, and Conferences Oct 9, 2019 12pm EST Register here:  attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6357355742617557515 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information … Read More

rachel.pekarThe Networking Game

Plan Ahead for Offline Circulation

rachel.pekarcalendar event, Circulation, support, Training

PaILS Director of Technology and System Support, Lugene Shelly will offer a live online training about Offline Circulation on Friday, June 7 at 11a.m. Be prepared so that you and your staff are ready to respond if your Internet connection goes down or the SPARK hosted Evergreen application experiences a downtime. Attend this session for a refresher of using Offline … Read More

rachel.pekarPlan Ahead for Offline Circulation

What Should I Bring to the Evergreen Conference?

rachel.pekarEvergreen, Training

Are you planning the details for your trip to the Evergreen Conference?I know I am, so I thought I’d tell you a little about how I’m planning. Mental Prep:  I watched a webinar to brush up on some networking/relationship building skills. I’m learning base level competencies and watching action in the Evergreen community so I can see where I can … Read More

rachel.pekarWhat Should I Bring to the Evergreen Conference?