Sharpen your skills this spring! LTS is offering some new and recurring seminars to boost your knowledge and skills. Want custom training for your department? Email Sessions are via Zoom except where noted.

Google Calendar: Scheduling Meetings Made Easy!: Thursday, February 1, 9-10am.

Google Docs Rocks: Design and formatting features you may not know: Thursday, February 8, 9-10am.

Introduction to Git and Github: Monday, February 12, 10-11am

Introduction to Library Digital Collections: Friday, February 16, 10-11am.

Argos for Reporting: An Overview: Monday, February 19, 2-3pm.

Banner Admin and Self-Service: An Overview: Tuesday, February 20, 2-3pm.

Cool Customer: De-escalating techniques for tough conversations: Wednesday, February 21, 9-10am. 

Qualtrics 201: Intermediate Surveys: Wednesday, February 21, 11am-noon.

Easy Accessibility: Tips for Content Creators: Tuesday, February 27, 9-10:30am.

Introduction to Dropbox: Wednesday, March 13, 10-11am. 

Data and File Storage Strategies: Wednesday, March 20, 10-11am. 

ERAC Knowledge@noon: Introduction to Ancestry Library Edition: Wednesday, March 20, 12-1pm.

Deep Dive into Google Drive:  Tuesday, April 2, 9-10:30am.

Email accessibility: Quick Tips for Inclusive Email: Tuesday, April 16, 9-10am. 

Duo Security

Want to learn more about Duo and the new changes? Sign up for Better security to protect you and your data (with new Duo updates). Sessions are offered in March, April, and May.

SWAN series (Second Wednesdays at Noon)

Keeping Current: Tips for Staying Up-to-date in Your Field: Wednesday, February 21, Noon-1pm. 

Improve Your Google Searching SkillsWednesday, March 20, Noon-1pm.

Exploring AI Research Tools: Wednesday, April 10, Noon-1pm.

Earn a microcredential! 

LTS Python seriesComplete online DataCamp training with optional drop-in sessions with an LTS instructor — and earn a microcredential for fully completing the requirements. After signup you will receive DataCamp links and instructions. Required online DataCamp courses include:

  • Introduction to Python
  • Introduction to Importing Data in Python
  • Object-Oriented Programming in Python

Optional sessions include:

  • Optional Zoom-based drop-in hours  available Fridays, 2-3pm  on March 29, April 5, April 12, April 19. 
  • Optional Python at Lehigh session April 26, 2-3pm (location TBD).

To earn the microcredential successfully complete all DataCamp courses. 

HPC Series (all in-person)

This series is held Tuesdays from March 19 - April 16 at 2PM in the EWFM Digital Media Studio. 

If you are unable to attend a seminar, go to the registration confirmation and click "Cancel.”

If you have any questions about this seminar series, please contact the LTS Help Desk at (610) 758-4357 or

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