Technology Resources for Academic Librarian
March 12, 2017 5:10 PM   Subscribe

I am an academic librarian with a good understanding of technology. However, I definitely have holes in my knowledge. Most of my issues relate to networking, firewalls, and authentication for accessing content. I'm wondering if anyone had some suggestions for readings that will help me learn these concepts on a practical level. I like to joke that I know just enough to be dangerous! Thanks!
posted by jwt0001 to Technology (3 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
Does your school have a Lynda (or other tech training) subscription? I'd start by looking there. Lynda has a course called "introduction to networking" that should address the first two topics.
posted by beyond_pink at 4:33 AM on March 13, 2017

Response by poster: We actually do have Lynda, so I'll review their offerings. Thanks!
posted by jwt0001 at 4:58 AM on March 13, 2017

Have you seen Library Carpentry? They might have something useful. The same org's Data Carpentry is also very cool.
posted by codhavereturned at 8:19 AM on March 13, 2017

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