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Workshop files for courses help prior to 2004 are stored offline. You can request copies by emailing ipweb@infopeople.org. Please include the year and title of the workshop in your email.

2003

  • Building a Dynamic Website with Dreamweaver MX - November 2002-March 2003
  • Cataloging Electronic Resources - December 2002-February 2003
  • Census 2000 Introduction - April-May 2003
  • Consumer Resources on the Web - October-November 2003
  • Delivering Effective Library Presentations! - March-May 2003
  • Desktop Publishing on a Shoestring - October 2002-February 2003
  • Developing Multimedia and Digital Resource Collections for Teens - May-September 2003
  • Developing Spanish and Latino Interest Collections Using the Web and Online Sources - March-June 2003
  • Genealogy Resources on the Internet - February-August 2003
  • Getting Started with XML - March 2003
  • Getting the Most from Microsoft Word - November 2002 - August 2003
  • Introduction to Metadata and Record-Building - April-May 2003
  • Library Construction 101 - August 2002-March 2003
  • Microsoft Excel 2000: The Next Level - April-May 2003
  • More than Letters & Booklists: Intermediate Microsoft Word - May-June 2003
  • Online Government - May-December 2003
  • Raising Private Dollars for Public Libraries - January-April 2003
  • Ready Reference on the Internet 2003 - August 2003
  • Scanning for Preservation and Access - March-April 2003
  • Science and Technology Resources on the Internet - January-April 2003
  • Staffing for Results: Working Smarter - December 2002-April 2003
  • Survival Skills for the First Time Library Supervisor - April-June 2003
  • Survival Spanish for Library Staff - September 2003-February 2004
  • Teaching Spanish-Speaking Patrons How To Use The Internet - September 2002-March 2003
  • There's More to Web Research than Google! - November 2002-April 2003
  • Training the Tech Trainer - February-May 2003
  • Training the Trainer - February-May 2003
  • What In the World Is GIS? - March-April 2003
  • When Being Nice Isn't Working: Service, Safety, and Security at the Moment of Truth - November 2002-April 2003

2002

  • Business Resources on the Internet - July 2002-March 2003
  • Cataloging Fundamentals - May-October 2002
  • Computer and Internet Troubleshooting 101 - July 2001-February 2003
  • Creating Web Images with Fireworks - June-August 2002
  • Customer Service in a Multiethnic Society - February-March 2002
  • Designing Accessible Websites - March-April 2002
  • Green Library Buildings - Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Design - Sept 2002
  • Gumby Meets Dewey: Rethinking Library Staffing Issues - October 2001-August 2002
  • Internet Resources for the African American Community - January-February 2002
  • Introduction to HTML Using Homesite5 - October 2002-January 2003
  • Introduction to Microsoft Access 2000 - March-April 2002
  • Investing and Finance on the Internet - September-December 2002
  • Librarians' Internet Toolkit for Kids - April-July 2002
  • Library Furniture 101 - July-August 2002
  • Library Laws for the Web Environment - January-February 2002
  • Licensing Electronic Resources - March-May 2002
  • Making Your Numbers Count: Effective Library Statistics - June-August 2002
  • Network Security 101 - June 2002
  • PowerSearch.1 - July 2000-November 2002
  • PowerSearch.2 - July 2000-July 2002
  • Practical Technology for Children's Library Service - June-September 2002
  • Secrets of a Successful Entrepreneurial Library - February-March 2002
  • Secrets of the Super Grant Writers - April-May 2002
  • Surfing the Curriculum: K-12 Internet Resources - August-October 2002
  • Teaching the Public to Use Digital Resources - July 2001-October 2002
  • The Reference Interview: Asking All the Right Questions - January-November 2002
  • They're from Mars, We're From Reference: Mastering Communications with Technical Personnel - April-June 2002
  • To Turn the Computer Off, Press 'Start': Making Sense of Windows - April-October 2002
  • Using the Web for Collection Development - April-August 2002

2001

  • Accessible Electronic Services for People with Disabilities - March 2001
  • Blueprint for a Library Capital Campaign - December 2001
  • Common Sense Project Management - October 2001
  • E-books 101 - December 2001
  • Getting the Most from Microsoft Excel - March 2001
  • Getting the Most from Microsoft Outlook - June 2001
  • Getting the Most from Microsoft Word - July 2001
  • Getting the Most from PowerPoint - December 2001
  • Industrial Strength Web Site Management - May 2001
  • Internet Filtering and Policy Update - July 2001
  • Internet Resources for the Asian Community - March 2001
  • Introduction to Distance Education (a distance learning course) - March 2001
  • Law on the 'Net: A Workshop for Non-Law Librarians - August 2001
  • Library Cheat Sheets, Guides and Manuals: How to Create Effective Instructional Materials - November 2001 - January 2002
  • Mastering Tough Public Service Situations - October 2001
  • Planning Your Digitization Project - May 2001
  • Planning and Developing a Library Intranet - January 2001
  • PowerSearch.1 - May 2001
  • Readers' Advisory on the Web - November 2001
  • Survival Skills for School Librarians: Using Web Technology - November 2001
  • Teaching the Public to Use the Internet - April 2001
  • Technology Planning Simplified - June 2001
  • Virtual Reference: Is it for you? - December 2001
  • Wireless 101 for Libraries - December 2001

2000

  • Artful Web: Art, Music, Antiques & Collectibles - July 2000
  • Building a Web Site for Kids - March 2000
  • Carole Leita's Tips and Tricks for Keeping Up in the Wired World - November 2000
  • Caveat Emptor: Consumer Resources on the Web - April 2000
  • Designing Great Web Sites - April 2000
  • Developing an Internet Volunteer Program - June 2000
  • Finding It for Kids on the Internet - December 2000
  • Finding It on the Internet: Advanced - March 2000
  • Finding It on the Internet: The Basics - Februrary 2000
  • Getting the Most from Your Web Browser - February 2000
  • Internet Services for the Spanish Speaker - November 2000
  • Introduction to HTML & Library Web Page Development - January 2000
  • IT Survival Skills for Library Administrators - September 2000
  • Kid Stuff: Top Web Resources for Kids - March 2000
  • Library LAN Management - November 2000
  • Looking for Work on the Internet - December 2000
  • Managing Difficult Situations in the Library - April 2000
  • Planning to Digitize Your Treasures - May 2000
  • PowerSearch.1 - August 2000
  • PowerSearch.1 (half-day) - November 2000
  • PowerSearch.2 - August 2000
  • Reference Services in the Digital Environment: Serving Remote Users - September 2000
  • RxWeb: Health and Medical Resources on the Internet - December 2000
  • Seniors on the Net - September 2000
  • Teens and the Internet: Issues, Techniques, and Resources - November 2000
  • Using the Internet for Ready Reference - January 2000
  • Using the Internet for Ready Reference (half-day) - November 2000
  • Z39.50 Information Retrieval Protocol: A Basic Introduction - May 2000

1999

  • Business Resources - March, 1999
  • Government Resources - March, 1999
  • Introduction to the Internet - May, 1999
  • Jobs Resources - May, 1999
  • K-12 Resources - April, 1999
  • Legal Resources - May, 1999
  • Medical Resources - June, 1999
  • PowerPoint Basics - May, 1999
  • Training the Internet Trainer - December, 1999
  • Web Design - April, 1999
  • Web Images - July, 1999
  • Windows Basics - January, 1999

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