Library Language: Vocabularies for the Modern Librarian

The age of librarians toiling away in dust and silence is long over – if it ever existed at all. Librarians are in touch with different groups almost constantly, and librarianship today requires some serious communication skills. Whether it’s other librarians, administrators, users, publishers or vendors, librarians have to juggle several different vocabularies to make sure they’re communicating as clearly as possible.

We’d like to draw on our sales, publishing, usability and web design experience to help build some guidelines and answer questions about communicating with some of these groups. This seminar will focus specifically on communicating with publishers, vendors and users, but we’d love to hear what you have to say about communication in libraries!

Please join us for our upcoming online seminar series, “Helping Libraries Thrive Today & Tomorrow.” Each month Libraries Thriving will be offering a FREE online seminar covering a variety of topics such as information literacy, communication, social media, the embedded librarian, and more. Seminars typically last about an hour and are conveniently held online via live web conferencing software GoToWebinar.

Credo Reference and Libraries Thriving offer the free webinars to foster enhanced learning for librarians and to support libraries and their communities. For any questions please contact Laura Warren at laura.warren@credoreference.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please share this announcement with colleagues and friends, and click on the registration links below to enroll in the seminars.


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