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Instant Messaging Trends & Practice - Online 

Description
Instant messaging is becoming an increasingly popular way to communicate. In fact, in some environments and among some populations, it is surpassing email in popularity. What does this mean for libraries? During this presentation we will look at instant messaging trends in order to understand who uses IM, and for what purposes. We will also look at some of the ways libraries are implementing IM, and for those who are new to this communication technology we will cover the basics of setting up and using an IM account.

This class will be presented online using Centra Live eMeeting software . Centra sessions are live presentations that you access from your own computer via the Web. Audio is provided via Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) using a microphone. Please see the Nebraska Library Commission Online Sessions page for technical requirements and access instructions.

IMPORTANT: If you have been sent to this page from the "What is Open Source?" instruction e-mail, the PowerPoint slides are available at:
  • An Introduction to Open Source via SlideShare NOTE: To print a copy of a slideshow you'll first need to download it to your computer. To download a slideshow, you will need to create your own free SlideShare account.
 
 
Class Format
Online
Date Time
1/16/2008 10am - 11am  (Central Time)
Cost
No Charge
Presenter
Susan Knisely
CE Hours
1
Capacity Available Seats
14 0   ( 5 on waiting list )
Registration Starts Registration Ends
11/28/2007 1/11/2008
For Further Information Sponsor
Jeannette Powell
402-471-7740 or 800-307-2665
jeannette.powell@nebraska.gov
Nebraska Library Commission
Registration
Registration Closed