Besplatni strani webinari

29. rujna 2022.

Where Do We Meet? Perspectives from Software Developers and Subject Specialists on Creating Machine Learning Projects

Vrijeme održavanja: 9. studeni 2022., 02:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

  • Supporting Subject Librarians with AI Solutions, Osma Suominen, National Library of Finland
  • A Case Study on Applying Machine Learning Methods in Automated Subject Headings to Dataset Records, Mingfang Wu, Australian Research Data Commons
  • Comparing Methods for Automated Keyword Extraction—Insights and Pitfalls in Setting Up and Evaluation Plan for Method Selection, Maximilian Kärcher, National Library of Germany
  • Interdisciplinary Teamwork as a Success Factor: Competencies Needed for Adaptation and Implementation of a Subject Indexing Support Software at the Leibniz Information Center for Economics (ZWB), Claudia Liebetruth, ZBW
  • Autocategorization Projects: a Taxanomist’s Perspective, Bob Kasenchack, Factor
  • Panel Discussion

 
29. rujna 2022.

OER and Collection Development

Vrijeme održavanja: 18. listopada 2022. 04:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

Do you work with collections at a university library and want to know more about open educational resources (OER) and the way they can influence the development of the collection at your library?

 
29. rujna 2022.

Library of Things: The What, Why, and How of Lending Objects

Vrijeme održavanja: 19. 10. 2022., 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

Hey library workers, are you thinking of starting a Library of Things for your community?

 
20. lipnja 2022.

Emerging Tech Trends for 2022 and Beyond

Vrijeme održavanja: 30. kolovoza 2022. 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

This presentation will introduce emerging technology trends and show how those trends are reshaping library services.

 
20. lipnja 2022.

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention for Veterans, Service Members, Families and Communities

Vrijeme održavanja: 12. kolovoza 2022. 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

Suicide is a national public health issue that impacts people from all walks of life, regardless of whether or not they have served in the military.

 
20. lipnja 2022.

Engaging Adults with Low Literacy Levels

Vrijeme održavanja: 7. srpnja 2022. 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

In the U.S., there are 43 million adults–nearly one in five–who read below a third-grade level, and over half of all adults read below a sixth-grade level (National Action Plan for Adult Literacy, 2021).

 
15. lipnja 2022.

Library Service for All: Current Trends in Library Programs and Services for Autistic Children and Teens

Vrijeme održavanja: 21. lipnja 2022. 09:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

In this webinar we will discuss what autism is through the lens of neurodiversity, and how characteristics of autism may manifest in the library environment.

 
21. travnja 2022.

Persistent Identification of Instruments

Vrijeme održavanja: 19. svibnja 2022. 06:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

Instruments play an essential role in creating research data but they are often only identified in the scientific literature using free text. 

 
21. travnja 2022.

Book Challenges and Intellectual Freedom: Proactive Planning for Public Libraries

Vrijeme održavanja: 24. svibnja. 2022. 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

This webinar will explore ways for libraries to be proactive in developing and sharing policies and procedures around book challenges.

 
21. travnja 2022.

Knowledge Rights 21 Webinar: The empty library – the urgency of solutions to unsustainable eBook markets

Vrijeme održavanja: 19. svibnja 2022. 02:00 PM (vremenska zona Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb)

Sadržaj:

The freedom for libraries to acquire books and develop a collection. A relic of a pre-digital age?