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Library Toolshed is a place of community knowledge and experience where library professionals share, access, and comment on training, instructional and programming resources created by other library professionals. If you work for a library and would like to share your resources on the Library Toolshed, please sign up for an account and begin sharing.
The collection, including its relevancy, currency and authority, is developed by the library community. The collection focus is on materials that support training and programming, including but not limited to, scripts, templates, outlines, and links to webinars and toolkits. Where possible, file formats that make sharing and building on the work easy are greatly appreciated. Materials for the collection have been developed by a library staff member and have been approved by the owning home library for uploading.
For more information please consult the Library Toolshed Collection Development Policy.
When uploading content, please do not include any personal information in the resource [e.g. screen shots of account information].
You are able to upload the following document types: .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .pdf, .txt. Video should be uploaded to a publicly visible streaming service like Vimeo or Youtube. The Library Toolshed will allow you to then share YouTube and Vimeo links which will cause the videos to embed in this site. For others, simply link to the appropriate video page.
All content on the Toolshed is shared using a Creative Common Attribution-Non Commercial 3.0 Unported License. This means that anyone downloading content from the Toolshed is free to modify any resources in order to better suit their local library's needs as long as credit is given to the library and resource modified.
For example, a library using or modifying a Toolshed resource on how to download eBooks from a library website would include a note at the bottom of their modified resource giving credit in the following way.
"Portions of this resource were adapted from [document name] produced by [library name] found at the Toolshed."
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