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Beyond The First Five Links (Tasha Bergson-Michelson--January 12/13, 2011--1 hour 9 minutes)
Tools for Assessing Authority on the Web (Julian Prentice--March 15/16, 2011--50 minutes)
Introduction to Maps for Research (Trent Maverick--April 12/13, 2011--1 hour 7 minutes)
Writing Successful Queries with Predictive Searching (Tasha Bergson-Michelson--May 4, 2011--57 minutes)
Writing Successful Queries II: Using Predictive Searching to Teach Advanced Operators (Tasha Bergson-Michelson--May 18, 2011--58 minutes)
Sensemaking: The next level of search skills (Daniel M. Russell--June 21, 2011-- 1 hour 1 minute)
Marketing: Librarians as web search experts (Colleen E. Lyon and Mary O'Kelly--Sept 13, 2011--49 minutes)
Understanding Creative Commons (Esther Wojcicki--October 11, 2011--60 minutes)
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