Webinar Information and Link to Recordings

Want to learn more about Florida Memory from the experts? The Florida Memory team is conducting a series of webinars that provide detailed information about the website and digitized collections from the State Library and Archives of Florida.

All webinars are free upon registration. Simply provide your name and an email address when prompted.

[UPDATE: Go to our Webinars page for free recordings of past sessions.]

Register to receive a recording of our first webinar, “How to Use Florida Memory to Find Resources For and About Your Community.”

Close-up view of a Marsh rabbit - Osceola County, Florida

Our first webinar was on Groundhog Day (February 2). Since groundhogs are neither indigenous to Florida, nor to our collections, we chose this Marsh Rabbit as our mascot: Osceola County, 1991. While Marsh Rabbits cannot predict the weather, we hear they are quite adept at swimming.

[UPDATE: Go to our Webinars page for free recordings of past sessions.]

You can also receive the recorded version of the second installment in our webinar series,  “Finding and Using Primary Sources from the Florida Memory Website.”

Miccosukee boys reading at the Mission

Many of our second webinar attendees were teachers and librarians, so we chose this image from the Bedell collection of two Miccosukee boys reading at the Glades Cross Mission to illustrate our theme: Everglades City, 1941.

[UPDATE: Registration for this session has ended.]

Register for our third webinar, “Florida Memory: An Introduction to Audio Resources,” which will be held on April 5, from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. EDT.

  1. Go to this page: Register for this session.
  2. Enter the meeting number – 592 243 890
  3. Click on the “Registration” link.

Stay tuned for more information about upcoming webinars from the Florida Memory team. Enjoy!

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