An international webinar entitled “Acceleration of health information literacy: preparing multi-lingual covid-19 contents for South Asia region” to be jointly organized by the Association of Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) South Asia Chapter and Department of Information Science and Library Management, University of Dhaka. The webinar will be held on 18 December, 2021 at 6:00 PM online via Zoom.
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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PANEL
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||Thursday, March 18, 2021 3:00 pm
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When put to the test with COVID-19 restrictions, public libraries pivoted quickly to evolve tactics and outreach. Join three passionate public library leaders as they share lessons learned and updated visions for how to elevate engagement to meet changing community needs—now and in the future.
- Nate Coulter, Executive Director, Central Arkansas Library System
- Brigitte Blanton, Director, Greensboro Public Library
- Cordelia Anderson, Library Marketing Consultant
Register for Lessons from the COVID pivot: Community engagement now and in the future
Mir Adiba Awlad,
January 30, 2021
iSAPT Virtual Academy will organize a 10-days (15 hours) training on “Statistical Data Analysis with SPSS 25 for the Beginners” using the Zoom Cloud Platform from March 6, 2021. Mr Sadhan Verma (IT Instructor & Trainer, CEO, NBICT Lab, Dinajpur) will be joining the training sessions as the trainer. The first training was completed for the first batch successfully with 30 participants from the different countries around the world.
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This free webinar will discuss two areas in the USA perspectives including a broad overview of higher education, and a specific look at the LIS research and employment opportunities. Two speakers, with strong relevant backgrounds, will highlight their individual and professional experiences. The first speaker is doing PhD here in the USA will discuss higher education opportunities, including preparation, admission and funding. The focus will be given on the areas of social sciences specially LIS and closely related fields. The second speaker is Assistant Professor in the USA, with a background in information science research, will emphasise various LIS research opportunities that are available for international students in the USA. It will follow a discussion on employment prospects for international LIS researchers after the successful completion of graduate education. The discussions will draw questions from the attendees. Attendees will benefit from the expertise of the two speakers and will be able to identify steps required for effective higher education and employment plans in the USA, especially, in the areas of LIS and closely related fields.
Save the date: 23rd August, Sunday, 2020 (8:00 pm, Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Registration is not required
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