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Choose Privacy Week webinar, April 9th

From American Libraries: “Free April 9 webinar offers ideas for programming and outreach during Choose Privacy Week.”

The free, hour-long online webinar will take place on from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Central Time on Tuesday, April 9 and will feature four speakers discussing ideas and tools for privacy-related programming and outreach, with an emphasis on sample programs and resources that have proved successful in school, academic and public library environments

“Speakers” will include MIchael Zimmer, Carolyn Caywood, Marc Gartler and Deborah Peel. And did I mention that it’s FREE???!!!

By the way, Choose Privacy Week is May 1-7, 2013.

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Links, posts and stories you may have missed: March 14

Privacy
10 Online Privacy Tips for Librarians” has a good round-up of common sense (and not-so-common) tips to keep your privacy and information safe.  The list includes: Change Your Passwords and Make them Secure, Password-Protect Your Devices, Beware of Free Public WiFi, Edit Your Privacy Settings, and Don’t Respond to Spammers at All.

Copyright
Need help figuring out if that image you created for your library belongs to you or the library? Check out “Copyright for Librarians and Teachers, in a Nutshell” from American Libraries Magazine. It’s a great place to start. 

Public Relations
A summary of the PR session at ALA Midwinter is the focus of “The Digital Revolution of PR” at American Libraries.

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