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Summerís here and itís a great time to learn at work, at home, or in
your back yard without the pressure of travel or schedules.  A computer
with Internet access is all thatís needed to access these online
workshops about topics such as constructing web sites, basic
networking,  and readersí advisory:

    Basic Networking for Librarians

    Constructing Usable, Accessible Web sites from Scratch

    Genre Fiction in Public Libraries

    Implementing New Library Technologies

    Legislative Research (U.  S.  government documents)

    Readersí Advisory Services

    Regulations (U.  S.  government documents)


Full descriptions of all workshops, prices, and dates can be accessed
from
<http://informatics.buffalo.edu/faculty/robinson/ce/descriptions.htm>.
Accessible 24/7 during the posting period, course modules are posted on
the Web and accessed via a password sent by E-mail to registrants.
Participants proceed at their own pace through course content, with
questions and assignments fielded by the instructor via a web bulletin
board or by E-mail.

These non-credit courses do not require enrollment at the University at
Buffalo and will not appear on university transcripts. They accrue
Continuing Education credits ĖĖ CEUs. 

For more information, contact:


Continuing Education
University at Buffalo School of Informatics
Department of Library and Information Studies
Judith Robinson
716-645-2412 ext. 1166
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