Learning Opportunities Information  
March 16, 2016


University Aboriginal Internship Program 
The University Library Aboriginal Internship is envisioned to provide a unique education a l and experiential opportunity for an Aboriginal person (First Nations M├ętis, or Inuit) in the field of knowledge management, broadly understood as the process of strategically and critically defining,
 protecting,
classifying and disseminating information within an organization to facilitate richer understanding and

 First Nations Library Services Without  Borders Institute 
Early Bird Registration Deadline is March 30 -Read More.   
 
WEBINAR INFORMATION: 
We are going to be repeating the sessions that we hosted this year at OLA (Ontario Library Association) for you, our provincial subscribers, in a webinar format.  These sessions will be recorded and the recordings made available if you are unable to join in on the live sessions.
 
Outcomes for Libraries: Find out what's new - Libraries of all kinds are increasingly being asked to demonstrate their value and effectiveness. Join Carl Thompson from Counting Opinions to learn how you can now use standardized measures of effectiveness for widely-offered public library programs and how combining input, output and activity measures to generate common key performance indicators (KPIs) demonstrating library efficiency and effectiveness. This session provides an update on the work of the PLA Project Outcome.
When?: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 from 10 am - 11 am ET
 
Insights Through Data: Using a National Data Set to Improve Your Library  - Public libraries across Canada now have access to a national data set.  Find out how to access this data and create peer comparisons, run trend reports and glean insights into your library's performance.
When?: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 from 2 pm - 2:30 pm ET
 
Thank you for your contributions to the Canadian Library Data project.  We look forward to sharing its progress with you.
 
Best,
Lindsay Thompson
Director Customer Service
Counting Opinions (SQUIRE) Ltd.
1-800-521-4930


 

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Regina, SK S4R 1C2

Phone: 306-780-9413 or 306-780-9409

Fax: 306-780-9447 

 

Email:  slaexdir@sasktel.net or slaprograms@sasktel.net

Web:  saskla.ca

 

The Saskatchewan Library Association gratefully acknowledges 

the support of our funding agencies.