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Webinar: Certificate of Advanced Study from the School of Library and Information Science
"Tune in here -- -- to find out how to apply, what the program involves, and how it can help you in your career. The School of Library and Information Science offers the Certificate of Advanced Study program for librarians already in the field to update and upgrade their professional skills. The programs are tailored to those who hold a master's degree in library and information science and are interested in expanding their professional skills."
watchthis  education  webinar  KentState  library_science 
april 2012 by cherylsadler
What Is Search Engine Optimization / SEO
"Don't know what search engine optimization is? Know someone who needs easy to understand overview of SEO? That's what this video provides, in three minutes. It's part of the many resources provided by Search Engine Land's "What Is SEO" page & the video was created with Common Craft, which has many other great, short explainer videos like this at"
SEO  watchthis  tutorial  NHseo 
april 2012 by cherylsadler
Free Keyword Research | How To Use The Google Keyword Tool
"Learn the best way to use the Google AdWords Keyword Tool. This is free keyword research that you should be using every single day. Find keywords that will optimize your domain names, websites, blog posts, YouTube videos and much more."
SEO  watchthis  tutorial  NHseo 
april 2012 by cherylsadler
The storyteller strikes back - BuzzMachine by Jeff Jarvis
When I dared question the article’s monopoly as the atomic and only acceptable form of news, I honestly did not imagine the reaction I would get. I thought I was observing a trend and an opportunity. I have tried to provoke plenty of times. But here I truly did not think I was saying anything provocative. But clearly, I plucked a nerve. I’ve been asking myself why I evoked such a strong emotional response, online and off. At Jeff Pulver’s 140 Conference in New York this week, I endeavored to answer that.
watchthis  media  journalism  socialmedia 
november 2011 by cherylsadler
SLIS online open houses
In recent weeks, the School of Library and Information Science has offered a number of online open houses to introduce you to our programs. We've covered our new programs, including the eDegree (completely online M.L.I.S.), museum studies specialization in the M.L.I.S., and the health informatics concentration in our IAKM program. We've also offered sessions on our school librarian program, the many workshops we offer and our knowledge management concentration in IAKM. If you missed any of these or simply want to view one of them again, click the headline above for links to the complete series.
KentState  education  watchthis 
july 2011 by cherylsadler
KMEF Webinars
Weekly 90-minute sessions featuring an online presentation by a published expert, followed by an interactive, virtual discussion of knowledge management core areas, competencies, roles and responsibilities, and proposed curriculum.
education  knowledgemanagement  watchthis  webinar 
may 2011 by cherylsadler
Library careers night video
Job Hunting in the Digital Age-Sharon Holderman Ohio State ATI Library Observations of a Veteran Job Hunter: Notes from Both Sides of the Desk-Julie Albert The Columbus Dispatch Library
KentState  education  watchthis  library_science 
may 2011 by cherylsadler
SLA Future Ready 360 Video
Why “what is the future of libraries” is a bad question, and a way to start an agenda.
watchthis  infopro  library_science 
march 2011 by cherylsadler
Audio Podcast:The Art of Teaching Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Stanford Technology Ventures Program's Executive Director Tina Seelig shares rich insights in creative thinking and the entrepreneurial mindset. Her talk, based on her 2009 book, What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20, cites numerous classroom successes of applied problem-solving and the lessons of failure.
watchthis  education  innovation  business 
january 2011 by cherylsadler
Scott Berkun Lecture: The Myths of Innovation
Author and Carnegie Mellon alum Scott Berkun shows that much of what we know about innovation is wrong as he explores the history of innovation and creative thinking. Featuring: Scott Berkun
watchthis  business  education 
january 2011 by cherylsadler

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