Work on Your Web Site with NYCSLA

Does your web site need some spiffing up? Is it one of your New Year’s resolutions to get a web site off the ground for your library? Or to transform your current site into something better?

NYCSLA President Sara Lissa Paulson is hosting a series of hands-on sessions for members to get together to improve or create their web sites. Why a series? Because, as you know, it will take a few sessions to get your site going, or to make improvements to your existing site.

If you want the camaraderie and discipline (not to mention hot tea and chocolate and expertise of your peers!) to work on your web site, join us at PS347 in Manhattan every Wednesday starting Jan. 19 until midwinter break from 4:00-5:30 p.m. P.S. 347 is located at 225 East 23rd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Ave.) in Manhattan. The closest trains are N, Q, R, 4,5,6, F, D, and B lines.

If you are working on your web site virtually, let us know and we will feature your site on the NYCSLA web site. We want to inspire each other!

Wireless is available if you want to bring your own laptop. RSVP to reserve one of the iMacs or Dells to work on. Sara has experience with Destiny, GoogleSites, Blogger, Wikispaces, WordPress, iWeb, Netvibes, and Ning sites so there will be live help!

Also, NYCSLA is still accepting 2010-2011 membership applications, so become a member today! Save the date: Our next meeting will be in Elmhurst, Queens on March 9th at PS89.

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One Response to Work on Your Web Site with NYCSLA

  1. Sara says:

    Don’t take the D or B–they don’t stop at 23rd! Sorry! Also this is in Manhattan, not Queens. I got some good feedback on my not so good directions! Thanks….

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