Southeastern Services Series

Date: the 3rd Tuesday of the month
Time: 1pm-1:30pm
Location: online via Zoom
Trainers: Southeastern Staff

A rotating GIF with the names and dates of each of the 7 Southeastern Services events.New to Southeastern? New to the profession? Interested in learning more about what we do for libraries, archives, museums, and cultural heritage organizations? Then this series is for you!
Southeastern is holding a series of short informative webinars to introduce you to the services and programs offered by our library council. From October until April, we will host a 30-minute orientation program hosted by Southeastern staff on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1pm. The individual programs and registration are listed below, and you can register for them individually. 

Resource Sharing Services: There's a lot of ways Southeastern can get materials to and from libraries. This includes the Medical Information Services Program (MISP), Southeastern Access to Libraries (SEAL), and placing inter-library loan referrals via OCLC Worldshare. Learn how you can take advantage of our resource sharing services or take a deeper look into what is available if you are already using them.
October 18, 2022
Hosts: Kelsey Milner, Sarah Holsted
Register for Resource Sharing Services here


Digitization Services: You don't need to go it alone when it comes to creating and archiving your digital assets! Southeastern has a suite of digitization services available to member organizations.This webinar is an overview of how to contribute to HRVH Historical Newspapers, New York Heritage, virtual exhibits, and the dark digital archive.
November 15, 2022
Hosts: Jennifer Palmentiero, Zack Spalding
Register for Digitization Services here


Professional Development Service: As the nature of our work changes constantly, there's always more to learn! Our forums offer a unique place where you can connect with colleagues who share your challenges. In this webinar, we'll cover how we create Special Interest Groups (SIGS), on-demand learning (Tech-Talk and Skillshare), webinars, and special events like SENYCon to keep you continuously educated. We'll also tell you how you can get involved if you want to go deeper.
December 13, 2022*
*Due to the holiday calendar, this event is to be held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month
Hosts: Carolyn Bennett Glauda, Moshe Siegel
Register for Professional Development Services here


Medical Information Services: Southeastern helps connect New Yorkers with the health information they need through the Medical Information Services Program. Join us to learn how your patrons can benefit from this free service and other sources of trusted health information and how Southeastern supports the hospital libraries and librarians in our region through the Hospital Library Services Program.
January 17, 2023
Hosts: Sarah Holsted, Tessa Killian
Register for Hospital Library Services here


Empire ADC Service: Empire Archival Discovery Cooperative is a site that helps connect researchers with physical archival materials in repositories across New York state. Every organization that has a collection can use this service to describe and post information about your organization’s collections. In this webinar, you will learn how to contribute and search this site.
February 21, 2023
Hosts: Jennifer Palmentiero, Kelsey Milner
Register for Empire ADC Service here


Special Library Catalog Service: Southeastern uses Koha, a free, open-source system, to host library catalogs for special library members. In this webinar, we will take a behind-the-scenes tour of Southeastern's shared library catalog. Attendees will learn more about Koha and how Southeastern has been using the system to create special library catalogs.
March 21, 2023
Hosts: Kelsey Milner, Zack Spalding
Register for Special Library Catalog Service here


Digital Navigators of the Hudson Valley Service: Digital Navigators are trained, trusted guides who help deal with a variety of technology needs. Learn about the cohort of Digital Navigators working in our region and how you can become involved in this initiative to assist anyone in need with using a device, securing free or low-cost internet service, and much more. 
April 18, 2023
Hosts: Carolyn Bennett Glauda, Tessa Killian
Register for Digital Navigator Service here


All the events will be recorded and posted here when they are available. 
All participants will receive CE credit.
You will need to register for each event individually.