Making Good Library Websites, free on American Libraries Live

Making Good Library Websites, free on American Libraries Live

Every library needs a website, but what makes a good one? Get ideas for figuring out how to most effectively allocate your resources and build a site that fits the needs of your patrons, your staff and your community from “The Library Website.” In this free AL Live streaming broadcast on February 13, a panel of experts will look at the dos, should-dos, and dont’s of library websites.

Joining us for the 60-minute discussion will be:
• Amanda Etches, Head of Discovery & Access at the University of Guelph Library
• Sean Fitzpatrick, Consultant and Web Developer, LISHost
• Amanda Goodman, User Experience Librarian at Darien Library
• Aaron Schmidt, Consultant and Web Developer, Walking Paper
• Thomas O’Connell, Product Manager, VTLS

Tune in Thursday, February 13 at 2 p.m. Eastern for this free, streaming video broadcast that you can view from your home, library or on-the-go. You can pre-register at http://goo.gl/cKXo2H or go to http://www.americanlibrarieslive.org on February 13 at 2pm EST to view (pre-registration assures you a reminder before the event).

With thanks to VTLS for sponsoring this episode. VTLS creates Visionary Technology in Library Solutions, and provides these solutions to a diverse customer base of more than 900 libraries in 37 countries. Learn more at http://www.vtls.com.

AL Live is the popular free streaming video broadcast from American Libraries, covering library issues and trends in real time as you interact with hosts via a live chat and get immediate answers to your questions. With the help of real-time technology, it’s like having your own experts on hand. Find out more, including how to catch upcoming episodes, at http://www.americanlibrarieslive.org .

Upcoming AL Live broadcasts include:

March 13: E-Books: The Present and Future
April 10: Copyright Conundrum

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