Vermont Department of Libraries Workshops for March & Early April

There’s still room for you in these workshops that are being held in May and early April. Click on the title to register.

Creating Video for your Library
March 14    9:30-3:00   Midstate Library Service Center, Berlin

This workshop will cover the fundamentals of videography and provide hands on experience with basic non-linear editing software. While it’s not required to bring in your own video footage and photos, participants are welcome to do so.

Summer Reading Program – Northfield
March 22  9:30-3:00  Brown Public Library, Northfield

Time to start planning your summer reading program! The theme is Underground, with the slogans Dig Into Reading for children and Beneath the Surface for teens. There will be ideas for programs both serious and funny, plus suggestions for books, displays and decorations, and performers.

Vermont Online Library and Gale Resources Webinar
March 26   10:30-12:00

This webinar will provide an overview of Gale resources available from Vermont Online Library including its newest resources: Biography in Context, Business Insights, Career Transitions, Chilton Library, Powerspeak Languages, and Small Business Resource Center. Learn how to search the databases, how to subscribe to journals in General OneFile, use Career Transitions to research careers, find consumer health videos in Health and Wellness Resource Center and much more!

Summer Reading Program – Ludlow
April 2  9:30-3:00  Fletcher Memorial Library, Ludlow

Time to start planning your summer reading program! The theme is Underground, with the slogans Dig Into Reading for children and Beneath the Surface for teens. There will be ideas for programs both serious and funny, plus suggestions for books, displays and decorations, and performers.

Materials Review
April 5    9:00-12:00   Brown Public Library, Northfield
No registration necessary

If you select children’s and/or young adult books for your library, here’s where you can learn about the best of the new titles for children from birth through young adult. You will hear reviews and examine the books to decide what is best for your library. In addition to the books that are reviewed orally, there will be many nonfiction books recommended by the review media, and books recommended by volunteer reviewers. There is a formal part to the program and then plenty of time to examine all of the books.

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