ILTA Recorded Webinars

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Note to self, and to anyone else who might be interested:

Check the list of recorded webinars on the ILTA site occasionally. There are some good resources there. Watched the OneNote webinar this afternoon. As someone who has used OneNote before, much of it was not new to me, but it did give me some ideas for maybe putting it to use in certain work situations, like media tracking, and project notes, in shared notebooks that wouldn’t be cloud-based like Evernote is.

Anyway, I’m going to check out some of the Lit Support peer group ones soon too.

2 Responses

  1. Michael Rice
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    Hey thanks for the list. I started watching the Autonomy presentation right after I saw this. Did you ever circle back to the list? Got any recommendations?

  2. Mike McBride
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    Michael,

    Yes, I have gone back and taken a look at a few of them. As I said, I’ve been focused mostly on the Lit Support ones, so the ones I’ve gotten the most from were the one on moving from Lit Support Professional to practice leader, and the What’s in your Lit Support toolkit from earlier this year. I’m sure there are probably some other good ones, but I haven’t spent too much time on areas that aren’t my responsibility, or tech solutions that we don’t have in our firm. How was the Autonomy presentation?

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