In case you missed it, webcast season is well underway at Infopeople.
There have been three webcasts so far and there are several more scheduled. For more on that, stay tuned to /training/webcasts .
In the Now Archived Category, there have been three stunning presentations!
Mary Minow started us off with Privacy Libraries and the Law  in which she answers these mystifying questions:
- How do federal and state laws protect user privacy?
- What is the difference between anonymity and confidentiality?
- How can a local library policy add additional privacy protections for users?
In our next webcast, Library Privacy Audits and Search Warrants: Preparing for Inquiries Into User Records , Mary Minow was joined by Karen Coyle for a two-part presentation on how to verify that your library is adequately protecting patron privacy.
In her debut as a webcast presenter, Sarah Houghton gave a thrilling performance on what is going on with E-Books. E-Books Update  explains the different types of E-Books, who the players how and who the users are. And more!
Did you know that archived webcasts are available 24/7? That's right. And 365 days a year! Enjoy them from home, from work, from the beach![Restrictions apply]
In the Live Upcoming Category...look out for another debut performance. Sybil Boutilier will provide everything you need to understand, negotiate and monitor agreements with publishers and database aggregators. What's New In Database Licensing  is a must-see for anyone involved in the complex business of subscription databases.
Infopeople Webcasts are free to all California library workers. Grab a sandwich and pull up a PC. Webcasts generally run from 12pm-1pm. See you there!