FDLP Offering Webinar On Using Local and Gov’t Info For Small Biz Research

The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) has an interesting Webinar coming up on 9 February. It’s called We(eding) the People Off Google – Using Government Information and Local Resources for Small Business Research. “Information literacy instruction for small business entrepreneurs is usually provided by public libraries. However, at the University of South Carolina Aiken, the Government Information Librarian and the Instruction Librarian, partnered with the local Small Business Development Center to train local small business entrepreneurs how to access information from free, locally available resources. This webinar will discuss how the partnership was established, developing the content of the workshop, which resources participants found most helpful, lessons we learned from the experience, and how other librarians can use what we have learned to provide information to small business entrepreneurs in their own communities.”

Actually all of the FDLP’s Webinars for this month sound interesting.

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