Looking for beautiful pictures to use in newsletters, blog posts, social media posts, and more?
Winnefox Library System's "Library Sparks" recently highlightedUnsplash, a source for free, high-resolution photos. Crediting isn't required, but the site provides a super-easy way to credit the photographers by providing text to embed a badge or text credit. I am in LOVE with it already! Just look at some of these beauties...
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There have been instances around our system where a Staff computer seems to turn itself on during the night. What is actually happening is that the computer is not shutting down all the way; it is doing a "hybrid" shutdown in order to save some electricity and then turn on almost instantly. This is not what we want to happen in our libraries. We want the computers to shut down all the way.
If you notice any of your Staff computers acting as if they are not shutting down completely, hold down the Shift key as you select Shut down.
After attending a recent conference, I realized something – not everyone practices their presentations beforehand!
There are definitely some benefits to practicing giving your presentation, especially if you are a new speaker and are going out in front of people for the first time.
Here are some things you might want to practice and/or finesse before the actual presentation:
[The original article: https://www.davidleeking.com/]
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