RASS Webinar Series: Current Trends in Reference, 2015

Join the Reference and Adult Services Section for the second annual "Current Trends in Reference." The virtual conference will consist of a series of webinars during the month of March. Choose one, or attend them all!
Each session starts at 11:00 a.m. via GoToMeeting. Register at  http://goo.gl/forms/rnnZlEji1G

March 11, 11:00 a.m. Trends in Outreach and Collaboration

·         Part 1: Collaboration of writing and research services in the library, Jess Bellemer, Hood Theological Seminary

·         Part 2: Reaching out to small businesses by providing business reference in a non-traditional way, Nancy Tucker, Mauney Public Library

March 18, 11:00, a.m. Trends in Research Assistance 

·         Part 1: "Maybe My Friend Can Help." Implementing a roaming peer-to-peer reference service model, Abby Moore, Atkins Library, UNC Charlotte

·         Part 2: Designing a new method for scheduling a time to get research help from a librarian, Katy Kavanagh Webb, ECU Joyner Library

March 25, 11:00 a.m. Trends in Analyzing Reference Data

·         Part 1: Implementing the READ (Reference Effort Assessment Data)  as an additional measure of reference interactions, Kelsey Cheshire and Emily Porter-Fyke, UNC Greensboro Libraries

·         Part 2: Using Suma to track reference transactions, Joyce Chapman, Duke University Libraries

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 11:00am - 12:00pm