October 17, 2014 at The Goodwin Theater, Perry, OH 9:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
Spend a festive fall day day dreaming of Terabithia, frolicking with Pinkerton the dog, soaring through clouds on words with wings!
Join renowned authors: Katherine Paterson, Steven Kellog, Nikki Grimes, Tanya Lee Stone, and Chris Crutcher for a day of enchantment!
For Primary, elementary, and secondary educators; librarians; parents; and students of education and library science
Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of Our White House: Looking Out.
Contact hour certificates and fabulous door prizes will be distributed at the end of the day’s activities when evaluation forms are returned.
General Fee: $35.
Members of NEA, AFT, NCT, and ALA: $25.
Employees of the Cleveland Public School: $25.
Undergraduate and graduate university students: $15.
Learn more and register online at www.thencbla.org
http://youtu.be/YfwoRqvtMrI Free ways to make Infographics | Moto 360 Smartwatch | OM/ONE Audio | WPPL’s 1st Maker Event If you wish to learn more about our Tech Lab or want us to come to your library to demonstrate it, please feel free to email me! Infographic sites: “5 features of successful infographics” : http://bit.ly/1wDf8Gr “10 free tools for creating infographics” : http://bit.ly/1qKWWlw “20+ tools to create your own infographics” : http://bit.ly/1lf8v88 Moto...read more
Read more about Kathy’s career in the Lake County News Herald. Here’s the link to the story – http://www.news-herald.com/general-news/20140820/retiring-willoughby-eastlake-library-director-leaves-forward-thinking-legacy.read more
Augmented Reality: Bringing the Digital to Life Thursday, August 28, 2014 @ 10:00 a.m. from Your Desktop Augmented reality sounds strange and right out of science fiction, but it is actually very real, and also very much a part of your library today. Learn about what augmented reality is and how it works. Discover how it is already in and a part of your library collection today, and how it will continue to show up more and more around...read more
Pronunciator, one of the largest language learning companies and highly recommended by CHOICE Magazine, is giving NEO Libraries a 25% discount on their services! On top of the 4,000 possible course combinations, they will be launching ProRadio, a streaming music service for language learners, which will be an included option in all subscriptions. Click here to visit our NEO Group Discount page and click on Pronunciator’s logo to find out how you can take advantage of this great...read more
“What’s the best way to improve your work relationship with your boss?” Take a look at how some of them responded. And, ask your own questions! Just go to NEO’s “Mentor on Call” page (http://mentors.neo-rls.org/users), find someone whose experience and advice you could use and email them! Connect just once or every week for 30 years…it’s up to you! • I think open, honest communication is key. Bringing things that concern you to your boss and not allowing things to ‘fester’ helps...read more
Get your library added to NEO’s routing list and share this mag with your staff. Just contact us at 330-655-0531 or email Rachelle Perry at email@example.com. Libraries will be asked to keep the journal for no more than two weeks, before moving it along to the next location.read more
For quick access to NEO via your phone or tablet, download the NEO App now. Check in with NEO from anywhere, anytime! Don’t miss the perfect event to help you excel at your job. Call NEO with any questions, concerns or ideas for new services or classes.read more
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 Parma-Snow Branch, Cuyahoga County Public Library We start the morning with Love Your Teens, Don’t Hate Them Teen Librarian Christina Getrost will give you tips on how to work with teens when they come into your library. Learn how not to fear and/ or be frustrated with them. Followed by Detect, Diffuse and Delight your Difficult Patrons presented by Kathy Pape, Director of Conneaut Public Library. How about a fresh approach handling challenging library situations and difficult patrons? The library...read more
Mentor Public Library Akron-Summit County Public Library Stark County District Library Amherst Public Library Hudson Library and Historical Society Take a look at NEO’s Help Wanted section of our website and see who is hiring.read more
Congratulations to NEO’s Holly Klingler and to all the graduates of LLO 2014!read more
Come learn about Special Collections, bring your questions and get answers. Thursday, August 14, 2014 @ NEO Office in Hudson This workshop will provide a brief overview for technical services librarians of the main aspects of cataloging special collections materials. The focus will be on cataloging books as our starting point, but other formats can be discussed if there is interest among the group. The second part of the workshop will allow time for a hands-on session and discussion. The presenter will bring items to catalog for practice...read more
A new app that can identify the species of a bird by a snap, Amazon’s new smartphone, a wearable device that claims to know your state of mind, and a drone loaning program. Click here. TechBits topics: Birdsnap, a bird recognition app | Amazon’s new Fire smartphone | Spire wearable device | USF Library’s drone loaning program Birdsnap: http://birdsnap.com/ Mentalfloss article: http://bit.ly/1vRC3Ie Amazon Fire smartphone: http://amzn.to/1osXInm Spire wearable device: TechCrunch article: http://bit.ly/1lNE4j3 Spire...read more
NEW ADDITION TO THE SYSMPOSIUM!!! All are welcome to come celebrate the recent release of KSU’s in-house author, Angela Johnson’s new children’s book, All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom with a FREE cake and punch reception in the SLIS Morantz Room directly after the symposium event. Angela Johnson will also be autographing her books that day. Don’t miss it! Register...read more
Registration is open for the 40th Annual Academic Library Association of Ohio Conference on November 14, 2014 (Pre-conference November 13, 2014) at The Kalahari Resorts • 7000 Kalahari Drive • Sandusky, Ohio 44870. Check out the Conference Website: http://www.alaoweb.org/conference and register at http://www.alaoweb.org/event-830948 Early Bird Registration ends September 19, 2014 Registration Closes: October 22, 2014 No Refunds after October 22, 2014 Keynote address: Diversity, Professional Development & Participation: How Academic...read more
NEO held it’s 2nd Emerging Technologies Symposium today. Over 35 attendees participated in learning about Google Glass, smart watches, augmented reality and so much more. Be sure to watch the NEO website for details of the 3rd Emerging Technologies Symposium which will be scheduled in February 2015!read more