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Marketing eResources and Demonstrating Their Programming Potential

January 20, 2021

Join Sonya Schryer Norris and Liz Breed to walk through how they’ve applied industry-standard best marketing practices. They'll do five deep dives from real life experiences marketing eResources (including Niche Academy) and point out the how’s and why’s of what works and what doesn’t.

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Library as Small Press: How To Publish Creative Books To Serve Your Patrons

January 27, 2021

In this webinar, you’ll learn the basic steps to publishing and promoting a print and digital book as well as ideas for programming and community partnerships stemming from your book. Examples from libraries across North American are included, as well as tips for publishing on a budget.

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I’m ready for my close up: Moving from face-to-face to webcam presentations

February 10, 2021

Join Tiffini Travis to learn practical tools to help you present online, engage your audience, improve your presentation skills (both-in person and online) and enhance your image via webcam.

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Social Work in Rural and Small Libraries

February 17, 2021

Join Tiffany Russell, LMSW, to learn more about the Social Workers in Rural and Small Libraries project,  the work being done to promote this initiative, and how libraries can find creative ways to utilize social workers. 

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Engaging with Patrons on Social Media

March 3, 2021

Join Tiffany Breyne, Communications Coordinator at Skokie Public Library (IL), to learn practical tips on how to crowd-source content from staff and followers, tools to make social posts easier to plan ahead, which platforms are less (or more) time consuming, and how to promote advisory and librarian expertise online.

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Library Education Webinars

Webinar: The Efficient Library: Simple changes that help librarians save time and improve service, in both ordinary and extraordinary times

Originally presented December 9, 2020 Libraries are constantly being called to respond to change. Whether the change needs to be in the type of servic...

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Webinar: Libraries Supporting Online Learning: New Strategies and Best Practices in response to COVID-19

Originally presented December 2, 2020 Christina Mune to discusses and shares the latest strategies and best practices for engaging online learners fro...

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Webinar: Fostering Engagement and Building Information Literacy Competencies for Students and Patrons of Various Cultures

Originally presented November 18, 2020 Drs. Judy Henning and Sherry Crow present best practices to foster motivation for information seeking based on ...

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Webinar: Library Leadership Your Way

Originally presented October 28, 2020 Library leadership your way is a practical guide for anyone interested in library leadership. This includes new ...

Library Education Webinars

Webinar: GovInfo Phobia: How to Get over that “Deer in the Headlights” Feeling

Originally presented October 14, 2020 You’ve just been asked a question about a bill in Congress, or perhaps about the history of a law, or maybe even...

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Webinar: Food Literacy During the Pandemic

Originally presented September 16, 2020 While researching her book with ALA Editions, Gather ‘Round the Table: Food Literacy Programs, Resources, and ...

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Webinar: Whole Person Librarianship: Partnerships to Prepare Libraries

Originally presented August 26, 2020 In normal times, a library’s relationship-based reference collection empowers librarians to direct patrons with t...

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Webinar: Library Information Systems

Originally presented August 12, 2020 The library technology ecosystem can be daunting - but today more than ever it's crucial for all library people t...

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Webinar: Managing through Economic Crisis using Emotional Intelligence

Originally presented July 22, 2020 Professor Gary Shaffer of USC Marshall School of Business Library & Information Management program and Director of ...

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Webinar: The library employee journey: from recruitment to onboarding and life-long learning

Originally presented July 15, 2020 James Ouellette Jr., training specialist at Allen County Public Library, shares best practices for training library...

Library Education Webinars

Webinar: Dismantling Institutional Racism in your Library: From Theory to Practice

Originally presented June 24, 2020 O ne of the major barriers to dismantling institutional racism is a lack of effective vocabulary, analysis, and pri...

Library Education Webinars

Webinar: Best Practices for Techno-Storytime

Originally presented June 17, 2020 Non-traditional instruction driven by COVID 19 social distancing requires us to ask our learners to spend more time...

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Webinar: How to Create a Trans-Inclusive Workplace

Originally presented May 20, 2020 How can libraries become trans-inclusive workplaces? What can managers do to support their trans employees? How can ...

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Webinar: Navigating Screens

Originally presented May 13, 2020 Many library professionals feel overwhelmed by the fast pace of media development and unprepared to advise parents a...

Library Education Webinars

Webinar: Reopening Lives with the Library

Originally presented May 6, 2020 As libraries look towards reopening, many of us are anticipating a surge of patrons with questions about unemployment...