Click here to view workshops in the online conference program.

If you are not registered for the conference and would like to attend one of the following workshops you may do so for $15 plus related workshop fees.

Friday, April 26, 2013
Monday, April 29, 2013

Click here to register for any of the above listed workshops.

The Pasadena conference planners are offering NINE outstanding and varied workshops. There will be something for everyone!

Do you want training in sharing cultural knowledge on Wikipedia through their GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) initiative?

Are you interested in learning how to use Omeka, the open source web-publishing platform designed for scholars, museums, libraries, and archives?

Perhaps you want to understand how RDA will impact cataloging practice?

Do you want to learn from an expert how to create tools to assess information literacy objectives for art and design disciplines?

Wouldn’t you like to spend time at the Getty Center learning the intricacies of photographing photographs?
Even if you don’t relish ink-stained fingers, you won’t want to miss our hands-on letterpress workshop at Art Center College of Design’s unique and creative resource Archetype Press.

And of course the ever-popular Postcards from the Edge workshop will return, this time focusing on the Southern California-appropriate topic of Television and the Media.

Last but not least, the Pasadena conference is offering two FREE workshops:
In support of ARLIS/NA’s Strategic Plan goal to create stronger leadership in the profession, a public speaking workshop will give you an opportunity to practice and improve a valuable skill that goes hand-in-hand with leadership.

The 2013 ARLIS/NA Mentoring Subcommittee Mentoring Program will commence with a workshop where mentees and mentors will be paired and learn strategies to develop meaningful mentoring relationships.
Whether half-day or full-day, workshops are a fun and a cost-effective way to expand your knowledge and learn new skills.