Learn About E-Portfolios from Two Movers & Shakers

Join us in May for an exploration of e-portfolios: what they are, how to create them, which tools to use, and how to determine their impact.

Our webinar instructors are quite accomplished.  Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas are Library Journal Movers & Shakers, and Lisa is also an SLA Rising Star.  They are partners in People Interact, an organization that helps libraries and other groups become people-centered through user experience assessment and staff, leadership and career development.  You won't want to miss their presentation and the opportunity to learn from these two info pro leaders.

Using E-Portfolios to Showcase Your Work, Experience, and Skills
Date:  Wednesday, May 9
Time:  2:00 – 3:00 pm ET
Cost:  Free Webinar for SLA members

Register today!

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