Thursday, October 7, 2010

Fall 2010 Schedule for BadgerLunch Webinar Series

Want to learn how BadgerLink can help you, your library patrons or students? Often wonder what BadgerLink has to offer? Need to squeeze learning into an already tight schedule? Ever want to eat lunch with a Badger? Ok, well…we are kidding about this last one… The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Resources for Libraries & Lifelong Learning team has organized the BadgerLunch webinar series to help folks make better use of BadgerLink.

This series of learning sessions will explore BadgerLink’s rich collection of information tools. Each session covers one resource, database, or interface. All sessions are open to anyone who wants to learn. Topics include a description of the information/learning resource, searching techniques, and helpful features. All sessions are Thursdays at noon and last 30-45 minutes. Our Fall 2010 season schedule is below.

Each session is short so please log into the webinar a few minutes early so as not to disrupt the other participants. If you have little experience with webinars, then give yourself some extra time and log in a few minutes earlier.

An archive of previous sessions can be found at

BadgerLink FAQ:
October 7 – What is it? How do I get access? ...and, can I get help? -
Register/Attend: (no advance registration)

October 14 – New from BadgerLink: WNA’s Wisconsin Newspapers - Register/Attend: (no advance registration)

October 21 – New from BadgerLink: LearningExpress Library - Register/Attend:

A Festival of Books and Literature:
October 28 – Novelist and Novelist K8 -

November 4 – Literary Reference Center - Register/Attend:

November 11 – Humanities International Complete - Register/Attend:

November 18 – - Register/Attend: (no advance registration)

Stay Healthy with BadgerLink:
December 2 – Consumer Health Complete -

December 9 – AltHealth Watch AND Lexi-PALS Drug Guide - Register/Attend:

December 16 – Business of Healthcare: BusinessSource Premier - Register/Attend:

BadgerLink is a project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning. The goal is to provide access to quality online information resources for all Wisconsin residents.
Channel Weekly, Vol. 13, No. 5 -- September 30, 2010

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