[Libs-Or] Oregon Reference Summit presents new webinars

Joanna Milner joannam at multcolib.org
Sun Jan 10 11:11:34 PST 2021

The Oregon Reference Summit presents a new lineup of free webinars; the
first is just a couple of weeks away! Here is what you can look forward to;
check tinyurl.com/OrRS2021 for more information and updates:

*Thursday, January 21, 10:30-11:30 am  *
*Legal Reference in the Age of COVID: How Do You Respond?*
Sue Ludington, Lane County Law Library

   - Legal reference questions are a special breed. During a year-long
   pandemic, figuring out how to best assist patrons with their (often
   intense) legal reference needs is especially difficult. This session will
   look at reference interview strategies and scripts for effectively
   responding to patrons legal questions. *Register now!

*February 2021 (exact date and time TBD) *
*Three Reference Lightning Talks:*

   1. *Running a Tech Help Lab *with Graham Fox*, *Deschutes Public Library
   2. *Oregon Index Online: A New Tool for Historical Research* with Dave
   Hegeman, State Library of Oregon
   3. A third lightning talk to be announced soon*.*

*March 2021 (exact date and time TBD)*
*Students in Reference: Peer Consultation and Leadership Opportunities *
Billie Boyd, Chris Granatino & Caitlin Plovnick, Seattle University;
Samantha Hage and Jen Saulnier, Washington State University

*April 2021  (exact date and time TBD).*
*Behind Closed Doors: Providing Reference for Primary Source Materials*
Lauren Goss, University of Oregon

If you missed any of the 2020 webinars, they can all be viewed online

If you have any questions, please contact Natalie Brant, Reference Summit
Planning Chair, at Natalie.BRANT at slo.oregon.gov.

Thank you,
Oregon Reference Summit Planning Team
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