2007 Summer Workshop

K-LIRT’s 2007 SUMMER WORKSHOP: CATCHING UP WITH THE MILLENIALS

Friday, July 27, 2007
L. W. Nixon Library
Butler Community College
901 S. Haverhill Rd.
El Dorado, KS 67402

Description

Overview: K-LIRT’s 2007 Summer Workshop is actually three separate workshops: a podcasting workshop, a My Space and Facebook workshop, and a Second Life workshop. Each of these three workshops will be offered two times: once in a morning session from 10:00 a.m. to Noon and again in an afternoon session from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. This means that each attendee will be able to attend two of the three workshops. Although different in their topic, each workshop will be similar in purpose: to get you started using the technology, in a guided, hands-on instructional session.

Intended Audience: Anyone who provides (or is interested in providing) formal or informal library or information literacy instruction to elementary, high school, or college students.

Contact Hours: A total of 4 contact hours divided into two sessions, each two hours in length.

Format: Each workshop will involve hands-on, guided instruction and will take place in an electronic classroom. Participants will work on a computer individually or in pairs.

NOTE: If you have a laptop equipped with a wireless card, please bring it with you.

Presenters

Facebook/My Space Workshop:

Jennifer Schroeder, Cloud County Community College

Jennifer is a Librarian at the Learning Resources Center on Cloud County Community College’s main campus in Concordia.

Ronda Holt, Butler Community College

Ronda is the Library Technology Specialist at L.W. Nixon Library on Butler Community College’s main campus in El Dorado.

Podcasting Workshop:

Judy Bastin, Butler Community College

Judy is a reference and instruction librarian at L.W. Nixon Library on Butler Community College’s main campus in El Dorado. She was chair of K-LIRT from April 2006 – April 2007.

Lisa Craft, Butler Community College

Lisa is a reference and instruction librarian at the Butler Community College’s satellite campus in Andover. She is the current chair of K-LIRT.

Second Life Workshop:

Bill Sowers, State Library of Kansas

Bill is a cataloger for the Kansas Documents collection at the State Library of Kansas. He and his wife Diane maintain the State Library’s virtual site on Second Life.

Diane Sowers, Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library

Diana works at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. She and her husband Bill maintain the State Library’s virtual site on Second Life.

Schedule

Friday, July 27th, 2007, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.:

10:00 a.m. – Noon:     Session 1
Noon – 1:00 p.m.:     Lunch (included with registration)
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.:     Session 2

Registration

Cap: Registration will be capped at 40.

Registration Period: Registration is open until July 16, 2007.

Registration Fee: K-LIRT members: $15.00
                                   Non-K-LIRT members: $25.00

Lunch is included in the registration fee.

How to Register:

  1. Download and fill out the Registration Form (pdf; use one form per registrant).
  2. Make a check payable to Kansas Library Instruction Roundtable ($15.00 for K-LIRT members, $25.00 for all others).PLEASE NOTE: if you plan to come, but can’t get the check cut until after July 16th, please send a copy of your travel authorization, purchase order, or check request now, and then send the actual check after July 16th.
  3. Mail the completed form and check (or travel authorization, purchase order or check request) to the following address:

K-LIRT 2007 Summer Institute
c/o Jason Coleman
Hale Library, Rm. 207
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

Refunds: Full refunds will be granted for refund requests received through July 16th, 2007. Refunds will not be issued for refund requests received after July 16th, 2007.

You may request a refund by e-mailing Jason Coleman at coleman@ksu.edu

Maps and Driving Directions

Maps:

El Dorado (from http://www.eldoradokansas.com)

Butler of El Dorado Campus Map (from http://www.butlercc.edu)

NOTE: The L.W. Nixon Library is on the 2nd floor of Building 600

Directions to the L. W. Nixon Library:

Via Yahoo!
Via Google Maps

Parking

Parking is readily available just after entering the Butler campus. Park in one of the lots near the campus entrance. L.W. Nixon Library is in building 600, which is just west of the campus entrance. See the campus map for parking lot locations.

Questions?

For questions about the workshop, contact Lisa Craft at 316-733-3679 or craftl@usd385.org

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