PUG Day 2021 - FAQ

Added by Elizabeth Smith (07/27/2021 - 10:33)
Last updated by Elizabeth Smith (08/27/2021 - 13:28)
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  • What is PUG Day? PrairieCat Users Group Day (PUG Day) is an annual event dedicated to professional development, networking, and continuing education.
  • When is PUG Day? PUG Days Virtual is from September 14-24, 2021. Live Virtual Sessions are scheduled at 10AM and 2PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Plus featured presenters on Friday, September 24.
  • Who should attend? PUG Day sessions are provided on both PrairieCat-specific topics as well as topics of interest to all types of libraries. Any staff from Fully Participating, Basic Online, or Union List PrairieCat member libraries are encouraged to attend. Staff from non-PrairieCat libraries are welcome to attend. 
  • How do I attend? Select the session you would like to attend. Use the Zoom Registration link to register. There is no cost to attend the virtual sessions. There is no per library limit with this new format. 
  • How many sessions may I attend? There is no limit to the number of sessions you may attend. 
  • What format are sessions in? All sessions are offered through Zoom Webinar. Attendees may use the chat and Q&A features to interact with the presenters. 
  • How do I watch a recorded session?  Select the session you would like to view. Fill out the form to register and then view the on-demand recording. See this guide for instructions.