From Laura Hicks & Stephanie Petrusco:
October registration is open for MD Tech Connect 2020. This month's sessions focus on adapting library services in times of uncertainty and how libraries can reach their communities remotely. Technology-focused sessions are being scheduled to address topics such as online programming, privacy, racial inequalities, user experience, and more. Sessions will be scheduled over multiple months this fall with sessions being conducted on Wednesdays.
Carson Block, nationally recognized speaker and facilitator of the original MD Tech Connect, will present a third session on October 14th entitled “User Experience (UX) Evaluation and Design”.
All sessions will be recorded. If you want to view the recording, please register for the session so that you will receive the recording link.
As in previous years, there is no charge for this conference. The conference is open to people working in libraries in Maryland and students in Maryland library science programs.
Questions? For registration questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other event questions, please contact email@example.com.
NOTE: If you need deaf interpreter services or other special accommodations, please contact Nini Beegan, firstname.lastname@example.org, as soon as possible and no later than two weeks prior to the webinar.
This event has been developed via a collaborative partnership with MDLIBTECH, Special Libraries Association Maryland Chapter, and the Maryland State Library.
Looking forward to seeing you there!