LALIBCON Classes Spring 2010
The State Library licenses more than 50 databases for state employees that can be used to search current and historical information in a variety of newspapers, journals and electronic books and web sites. These two-hour overviews of the databases include:
• Introduction to the databases;
• Effective searching techniques;
• Cross-database searching;
• Searching for articles in periodicals; and
• Searching for newspaper articles.
On-Site Classes at the State Library
Dates for Spring 2010:
Thursday, April 8
Tuesday, April 20
Thursday, May 6
Tuesday, May 18
Thursday, June 3
Tuesday, June 15
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Location: State Library, second floor computer lab
Attendance is limited to nine participants per session.
Please contact David Rainey (
) to reserve your space.
Alternatively, the State Library staff can come to your locations and offer classes for state employees. A computer lab with Internet access is required for the classes.