Thank you to our grant recipient presenters at the NNYLN Fall Meeting!
During the NNYLN Fall Meeting, John Thomas and Kelly Wilson lead an informal discussion on High School to College and the Network is following up with a link to a HS2C listserv for further discussion: read more…
The Northern New York Library Network is again offering its members an opportunity to apply for a NNYLN Technology Services Innovation Grant or a NNYLN Digitization Grant. read more…
Thank you to everyone who came to our 2016 Annual Meeting in Lake Placid. There were excellent presentations, networking opportunities, and the presentation of our 26th Excellence in Library Service Award.
Congratulations to Chris Hebblethwaite from SUNY Oswego on being awarded our 26th Excellence in Library Service Award.
Also a thank you to all of our presenters. The presentations that they gave are linked below as well.
Jeff Mixter, OCLC Research Division – “Linked Data 101”
Karyn Norwood, Adirondack Architectural Heritage – “Historic Libraries: The National Register and Beyond”
Connie Holberg, Jefferson Community College – “Going from the 20th Century to the 21st Century in Two Not-So-Easy Steps”
Matt Corey, North Country Library System – “360 Cameras in Libraries”
Kelly Wilson, St. Lawrence-Lewis School Library System – “NYS Social Studies Frameworks”
Michelle Young, Clarkson University – “Electronic Remodeling”
Ben Carman, Plattsburgh Public Library – “Youth Activity Space”
Linda Bull, New York State Archives – “How Secure Are Your Records? Cyber Security for Libraries”
Livingston Republican – June 7, 1855 – An earthquake of the most violent kind has taken place at Japan, and among other misfortunes has occasioned the loss of the Russian frigate Diana. The Amrican Steamer Powhattan, which was in the vicinitty, and which saved many of the ship wrecked mariners, has prepared an account of it.
(Find this and more interesting articles on the NYS Historic Newspapers website.)
Points North Newsletter – NNYLN will be holding a webinar on Local Collections on New York Heritage on June 23rd, from 3pm to 4pm. This webinar will talk about how to bring local historical collections to New York Heritage, or if the collection is already hosted by NYH, how to improve and make the collection more visible to the public. Learn about this, and more, in June’s Points North Newsletter.