Library Development- Free Classes for Spring in the ODL Computer Lab
The Spring Schedule for ODL’sComputer Training Lab is here! Librarians and literacy providers can register on Eventbrite. You can also download our PDF of lab classes with links to register. It is first come, first served…So don’t miss out! Check out the quick list at-a-glance.
You might note that, for the first time, we will be teaching Evernote classes. The full-blown version could be installed on your home or work computer (free) and then you could download the lighter version to your smartphone tablet. Everything would sync. Evernote is highly rated and will be extremely helpful in management of all the minutia in your life.
From 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This full day workshop is designed to help you get better acquainted with the new e-rate portal, OUSF and new Category 2 funding. You will also have a chance to file your 470 in the afternoon.
It is highly recommended that you be registered for EPC before attending the workshop.
Please bring a laptop or tablet if you plan to fill out your 470 at this workshop. Let your consultant know if you do not have a laptop available.
- E-Rate Portal (EPC)
- EPC – registration and rights
- FAQs/ Tips & Tricks
Lunch noon to 1:30 – off site, on your own
The 2015 First Amendment Congress for high school students and educators will be held November 4 in Constitution Hall at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. Deadline to register is October 30.
This year’s Congress looks at some of the First Amendment challenges and controversies young citizens experienced on high school campuses.
- CEU credit is planned for Public Librarian Certification, as is “Verification of Attendance” for educators.
Find out more about the First Amendment Congress and the Essay Contest.