RTSS Webinar: Streaming Video: So Many Options, How Do I Choose?

There are many options for streaming video and movies available to libraries and more coming all the time. Join the Resources & Technical Services Section and the Technology & Trends Round Table as we look at some of the options and learn more about them from librarians who are familiar with the resources.
Angela Dresselhaus is currently the Head of Electronic Resources at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. She holds a BA in Music from the University of Louisville and an MLS from Indiana University. Angela is an active member of NASIG and currently serving as the Vice President.
Dianne Ford is Coordinator of Library Electronic Resources at Elon University, licensing e-serials and some of our e-book collections. She is also the library liaison to undergraduate and graduate departments in life science and health science. She’s been at Elon for 16 years and is active in the Carolina Consortium and NCICU Library Resources group. Dianne also serves on the executive boards of NCLA RASS and STEM-LINC.
Julie Raynor works at the High Point Public Library in the Readers' Services division. Her primary role at the library is managing the digital download collections, programs and services including purchasing digital books for the collection, coordinating training for staff and the public on the various digital platforms that we provide, and marketing our downloadable titles and streaming services to the community at large.
This webinar is free and open to all, but does require registration. Please register at https://goo.gl/forms/AK7Ht4oq2wucH6vm1 by Sunday, May 20th if you would like to attend.
We will send out participation instructions and links the morning of the webinar. A recording will be available a few days after the webinar.
Please contact Rachel McWilliams if you have any questions.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm