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Conceptualizing and implementing a webinar series: lessons learned from the Mountain West Digital Library
2014 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (2014)
  • Rebekah Cummings, University of Utah
Abstract
Webinars are a low-cost and efficient training model that allow librarians to disseminate valuable information, connect with colleagues, and build and expand their communities beyond geographic and institutional boundaries. Yet, while many information specialists attend webinars on a regular basis, the task of hosting a webinar series may seem like a daunting and opaque challenge, even for enthusiastic webinar participants. In this poster session, Rebekah Cummings, Outreach Librarian at the Mountain West Digital Library, will demystify the process of implementing a successful webinar series including content creation, recruiting guest speakers, software selection, promotion, hosting the webinar, and follow-up. This session will include practical advice on how to host a webinar or webinar series, the costs and benefits associated with hosting webinars, and lessons learned from the Mountain West Digital Library’s Webinar Series.
Keywords
  • webinars,
  • distributed networks,
  • education
Publication Date
April, 2014
Citation Information
Rebekah Cummings. "Conceptualizing and implementing a webinar series: lessons learned from the Mountain West Digital Library" 2014 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rebekah_cummings/3/