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Meeting Description:
Perhaps you've heard of TechSoup before or attended one of our webinars. But did you know that TechSoup has hardware and software donations specifically for libraries? We do!
 
This free, hour-long webinar is for library staff to ask the questions you want answered about our technology donation program.
 
We will spend the first part of the webinar going over how to register for TechSoup, how our donation process works, and the hardware and software programs we offer to libraries.
 
We'll also go over how to register all of the branches within your system and how to request bulk donations for your branches.
 
After, we'll hold an open Q&A so you can get your library's questions answered. 
 
Please note that if you dial in by phone, you may need to provide this additional code: 64354830
 
Please contact webinars@techsoupglobal.org with accessibility requests for live captioning at least 72 hours prior to the event.
Details
Date: Thu, Sep 22, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Becky Wiegand
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Ginny Mies
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Ginny is the senior content curator at TechSoup and TechSoup for Libraries. She oversees content, webinars, and outreach for the library program at TechSoup and writes the weekly By the Cup newsletter. She holds an MLIS from San Jose State University and has worked in both public and academic libraries. 

Becky Wiegand
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Becky is the webinar program manager at TechSoup Global, where she hosts webinars, creates interactive media and content, and writes on a variety of technology topics for nonprofits and public libraries.
 
Prior to joining TechSoup in 2008, Becky spent a decade on staff at three small nonprofit organizations based in Washington, DC and Oakland, CA, where she was frequently the "accidental techie" trying to make technology decisions for her small-yet-mighty organizations.