|Name of Webinar||Date||Link to Materials||Agenda|
|Library Website Development - Beginner||April 22, 2020|
|Walk away with a barebones functional website that enables your students to connect to you and to build a virtual program.|
2:00-2:15 Basics of a Library Website
2:15-2:30 - Embedding Widgets
2:30-2:45 Resources for All
2:45-3:00 - Questions & Follow up
|Teachingbooks.net Webinar - Enhancing Remote Learning with Teachingbooks.net||April 24, 2020|
|Join NYC DOE's Library Services and Nick Glass, Founder and Executive Director ofTeachingbooks.net for a virtual professional learning session on how to enhanceremote teaching and learning with resources from Teachingbooks.net. |
Inthis session, you will learn how to access exclusive Teachingbooks.net originalmovies and recordings, experience 12,000 plus read-along audiobook performancesand over 1,000 complete book readings that can be shared in Google Classroom.This is a great way to access and share current texts and protectcopyright!
Therewill be time for Q and A, so please check out www.teachingbooks.net andbring your questions to the Webinar.
|Destiny eBooks||April 28, 2020|
|Learn how to download student login and emails to send them their username and password to log into Discover. Find out how to support students in accessing eBooks on a browser or downloading with the Follett Reader App.|
|Library Website Development - Beginner||April 30, 2020|
|Walk away with a barebones functional website that enables your students to connect to you and to build a virtual program. |
2:30-2:45 Basics of a Library Website
2:45-3:00 - Embedding Widgets
3:00-3:15 Resources for All
3:15-3:30 - Questions & Follow up
|Personalized NOVELNY Links, Stats, and Galepages||April 30, 2020|
|Michael Dodes will walk you through how to get your own personalized NOVELNY Links for your school, and how you can track their usage, add passwords, and claim your own Galepage!|
Please be on time for this meeting as it will start promptly.
|Destiny Discover||May 1, 2020|
|Learn how to use Discover to customize your page with ribbons, collections, and design. Explore the new features available in version 17.5 to help students and teachers find resources and learn!|
Q and A
|Library Website Development - Intermediate||May 7, 2020|
|Description:You have a library homepage up, and you have a few basic informational pages. How do we engage the whole school using the website as a base for a digital library program? Join Michael and Leanne as we discuss the organization of your site, social media development, and programming going forward to use your website to meet the needs of your school community.|
2:00-2:15 Webpage organization by Community
2:15-2:30 Social Media
2:30-2:45 Library Programming
2:45-3:00 Q & A
|Ezra Jack Keats Bookmaking Competition Writing Workshop with Nancy Churnin (Part I)||May 15, 2020|
|The Department of Library Services, acclaimed author Nancy Churnin, and the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation will be providing a one-hour workshop on creative writing and bookmaking. |
Covid-19 is reshaping our education landscape, our families, our friendships, our relationships and our communities. Learn how to guide your students in capturing their stories during these unprecedented times and how to turn these stories into entries in the Ezra Jack Keats Bookmaking Competition. This is Part I of a two-part series. Part II will be held on May 22nd.
Nancy Churnin is the award-winning author of eight picture book biographies. Her 2019 release, Martin & Anne, the Kindred Spirits of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Anne Frank, tells the parallel stories of Dr. King and Anne Frank, both born in 1929, as they met hate with love and used words to articulate their vision for a better future. The book has been featured at the Ruby Bridges Reading Festival at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee and the Tulisoma Book Fair at the African American Museum in Dallas and is scheduled to be presented at the Jewish Community Center in Dallas and the Museum of Tolerance, a Simon Wiesenthal museum, in Los Angeles. For more, visit www.nancychurnin.com.
|Hour of Code||May 20, 2020|
|Join Michael Dodes and see a model for rolling out a simple hour of code activity with your students. You will get access to a resource usable on desktops and mobile devices that teaches very rudimentary coding along with a basic vocabulary for discussing code with students.|
|Ezra Jack Keats Bookmaking Competition Writing Workshop (Part II)||May 22, 2020|
|Join the Department of Library Services, theEzra Jack Keats Foundation, Jessica Fenster-Sparber, Elaine Latham, VincentHyland, and Louise Butler for a virtual hands-on workshop on how to createpicture books. First, we learned how to teach writing with the spectacularauthor, Nancy Churnin...now, we will learn how to assemble picture books guidedby School Librarians and Arts teachers! |
Pleasegather some art supplies before the workshop begins including 8 1/2 X 11"paper, scissors, pencils, crayons, etc. You can also collect random items fromaround the house including old magazines, wrapping paper, cardboard, string,yarn, etc. Let your imagination run wild and create some examples for you toshare with your students.
Ourvision is to give you the tools and guidance you need to help guide yourstudents in telling their story. Writing can be an outlet for so many and thisis a perfect opportunity to capture the stories our kids needs to tell.
The Ezra Jack Keats Competition is an annualevent for students in grades 3 - 12. To learn more about the competition,please visit https://www.ezra-jack-keats.org/section/ezra-jack-keats-bookmaking-competition/.
|Google Calendars & Google Forms for Instruction||May 26, 2020|
|Come learn how Google Calendar & Google Forms can be used to improve your library program and document success & improve equity and access for all community members.|
|Magination Press Spring Preview||May 26, 2020|
|Introduction to the Spring Catalog of Magination Press and how it can support social emotional learning|
|Fake News & Misinformation||May 28, 2020|
|Description:Come learn about lateral reading, website evaluation, and some must know strategies for teaching information literacy in the age of remote learning. Eligible for CTLE credit.|
|Translation of Practice Chat & Chew||May 29, 2020|
|Introduction to using the translation of practice|
|Destiny eBooks||June 4, 2020||https://drive.google.com/file/d/1auYox9DV0M6j_eO0ELGs5MNUsGwMtY0G/view?usp=sharing||Student Logins - Mail Merge with Google / Deleting eBook Titles|
|A Reading with the Anne Frank Center and Nancy Churnin||June 5, 2020|
|The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect and Nancy Churnin, authorof Martin & Anne.
Nancy will discuss her book Martin & Anne and theactors, playing Anne Frank and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will read from herbook.
The Anne Frank Center will discuss their programming for schools and there willbe time for Q&A with the actors and with the author.
|Chat & Chew - Why Annual Reports Matter||June 8, 2020|
|Join Library Services for an in-depth Chat and Chew on Why Annual Reports Matter.Learn why you need to compile an annual report and how to effectively tell yourlibrary's story.|
Annual Report Presentation
|Facilitating Circulation through Destiny Holds||June 10, 2020|
|How students place holds; Hold reports, automatic notices, Campus Report|
|Librarian Chat & Chew: Planning for Re-Opening School Libraries||June 12, 2020|
|Work together to propose ideas and issues with reopening school libraries|
|Accessing the LGBTQ eBook Collections with Mackin Via||June 15, 2020|
|Learn how to best integrate the new LGBTQ ebooks with your digital collections|