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4/14/2020 15:01:20
Planning a Palooza: Creating Collaborative Training Opportunities for Library Staff
on demandAASLGeneral
collaborative training; learning
Webinar
led by our own Angela Glowcheski!
week of 5/18
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4/10/2020 17:53:37Reference Interviewongoing
http://lili.org/forlibs/ce/able/able9/presentation_html5.html
General
Course for library staff who do not have formal library training. Learn the art of the reference interview.
Course
Idaho Commission for Libraries
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4/10/2020 17:55:42Evaluating Reference Sourcesongoing
http://lili.org/forlibs/ce/able/able10/presentation_html5.html
General
Designed for library folks with no formal library education. Covers how to evaluate reference sources.
Course
ABLE/Idaho Commission For Libraries
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4/10/2020 17:58:08Ethics and Public Serviceongoing
http://lili.org/forlibs/ce/able/able12/presentation_html5.html
Public
Designed for folks with no formal library education: topics include intellectual freedom, privacy & confidentiality, intellectual property rights, equal access
Course
ABLE/Idaho Commission For Libraries
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4/10/2020 18:03:02DEMCO Webinarsongoing
https://ideas.demco.com/category/webinars/
General
Recommended webinars include: 4 Simple Ways to Beef Up Your Library Marketing, 5 Ways to Transform How Your Library Works With Your Community, Libraries = Education: Your Key to Success
Webinar
There are lots of options
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4/10/2020 18:05:40NoveList Crash Courseongoing
https://www.ebscohost.com/novelist-the-latest/by_tag/tag/Crash+Course
General
Webinars for quick tips and learning about different genres for reader's advisory
Webinar
Webinars, trainings, slides and articles
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4/21/2020 15:19:54Digital Health LiteracyOngoing
https://nnlm.gov/all-of-us/resources/digitalhealthliteracy
Public
Are you interested in offering digital literacy training to support the health information needs of your community? NNLM has partnered with Wisconsin Health Literacy to create free, downloadable digital health literacy curriculum including a slide deck, accompanying script, and handouts for you to use! Materials can be used for both virtual and in-person training.
ResourcesNNLM and PLAWeek of 4/27
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Consumer Health Information SpecializationOngoing
https://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid=329
Public, but maybe even general?
Certification related to providing health information services to consumers
Resources
Sponsored by Medical Library Association
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WebjunctionOngoing
https://www.webjunction.org/home.html
General
Numerous courses relevant to library work organized by category
Resources
Place holder until we get some specific suggestions to highlight from Betha.
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Augusta Baker Diversity Lecture SeriesOngoing
https://sites.google.com/view/bakerlectures/guest-lectures
General
Recorded presentations on a variety of topics
Resources
Presented by USC’s School of Library and Information Science
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Emporia State School of Library and Information Management Archived Webinars
Ongoing
https://video.emporia.edu/channel/School%2Bof%2BLibrary%2Band%2BInformation%2BManagement/137509381
General
Recorded presentations on a variety of topics
Resources
Presented by Emporia State School of Library and Information Management
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InfoPeople WebinarsOngoing
https://infopeople.org/training/view/webinar/archived
General
Recorded presentations on a variety of topics
Resources
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Trans and Gender non-conforming inclusion in librariesRecorded
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azK3IUNkFoc&feature=youtu.be
GeneralEDIWebinarProvided by ACRL
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California State Library Mental Health Initiative Web Series
Recorded
https://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/where-compassion-meets-action-webinar-series.html
GeneralMental Health/EDIWebinarHoused on WebjunctionWeek of 5/11
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Applying Trauma-Informed Concepts to Reduce HarmRecorded
http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/archive/reduceharm
GeneralMental Health/EDIWebinar
PLA webinar: Password to access: KH533952
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4/10/2020 17:59:52Angry and Alarmed: Embracing the Concerned Parentrecorded webinar
http://www.ala.org/advocacy/intfreedom/webinar/concernedparents
Public, School
Acclaimed writers, educators, and librarians, Pat Scales and James LaRue will talk about those difficult conversations with parents who are concerned, upset, and trying to protect their children. They will share insights to guide the response from defensive to embracing, empathetic, and educational.
WebinarALA recorded webinar
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4/10/2020 18:15:10Acquisitions Work: From Competencies to Competencerecorded webinar
http://www.ala.org/alcts/confevents/upcoming/webinar/092519
aquisitions
In the Core Competencies for Acquisitions Professionals approved by the ALCTS Board of Directors in 2018, it is noted that “Lack of training opportunities is a significant challenge in the field, with many acquisitions professionals learning locally developed practices on the job and through continuing education offerings by professional associations.” This webinar is meant to address that challenge with a straightforward introduction that connects competencies, practice, and practitioners.
WebinarALCTS
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5/19/2020 12:15:16
Is strategic planning dead? Preparing for the future when tomorrow is uncertain
June 22 at 1:00 p.m.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_U8xybilQTMW8DlYd3-kMGQ
Public, Academic, School, Special
This free webinar is for libraries stuck in "what if" ping-pong and struggling to move forward in a strategic way during this time of crisis. Learn how to utilize strategic planning fundamentals and tools to bring order to the chaos.
Webinar
Presented by Amanda E. Standerfer from Fast Forward Libraries
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5/26/2020 14:37:08Identity and Impostor Syndrome in Library Makerspaces
June 10, 2020 - 11:00 am
http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/scripts/calendar/eventshow.asp?ProgID=19360
General
Do makerspaces belong in libraries? Are librarians makers? As makerspaces become more prevalent in libraries, many librarians are questioning their role in the community of tinkerers and creators known as the "Maker Movement."
Webinar
Nebraska Library Coalition
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5/26/2020 14:38:25Library Leadership Your WayJune 11, 2020 3:00 pm
https://sites.google.com/g.emporia.edu/slim/continuing-education/webinars
General
Successful leaders have purpose, focus, love their work, relate to others, and model the way. This presentation will explore these areas of leadership, and instead of explaining how to lead will allow participants to develop their own leadership practice through reflection and examination of each piece of successful leadership. This presentation is intended to be a practical guide for anyone interested in library leadership.
Webinar
Emporia State MLIS Program
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5/26/2020 14:51:03 YALSA AcademyOngoing
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC046A24B35F7950D
Public
Video Resources Provided by YALSA
ResourcesYALSA
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5/26/2020 14:53:03
The Inclusive Library – Best Practices for Serving Your LGBTQ Communities
Ongoing
https://onlinetraining.tsl.texas.gov/course/view.php?id=333
General
The Inclusive Library series of five webinars was developed to meet the agency’s goal of ensuring that all Texans receive responsive library services, including Texans from traditionally marginalized populations.
Course
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5/28/2020 14:50:24
Libraries Prepare to Answer Civil Legal Questions in Times of Crisis
June 11, 2020 – 3:00 pm
https://www.webjunction.org/events/webjunction/libraries-prepare-to-answer-civil-legal-questions.html
Public
With the economy staggering, unemployment soaring to unprecedented heights, and families reeling from weeks of confinement and uncertainty, people are turning to their libraries for help. Many of the issues people are struggling with involve civil legal information; questions related to unemployment, debt/money issues, foreclosures and evictions, or family stressors are all on the rise due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, two law librarians highlight the most common civil legal issues they are seeing, provide guidance on key ways for public libraries to respond to civil legal needs, and discuss best practices for online reference services. Let’s work together to re-empower our struggling communities and demonstrate just how essential libraries are in times of crisis.
WebinarWebjunction
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6/10/2020 15:41:18Reopening Lives AcademyOngoing
https://my.nicheacademy.com/reopening?utm_campaign=About%20Niche%20Academy&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=88732201&_hsenc=p2ANqtz--3jRgAlkvntMoQLbAJsUfYFBuu6ehHfsK59LIkvYRqzaTXAybgXGAC8yt6BH0Ak-KzuFN0XhcM-kZUqgipJdL4ToqnfQ&utm_content=88732201&utm_source=hs_email
General
Series of courses provided through Niche Academy related to adapting services as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
Course
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6/10/2020 15:43:42Media Literacy: Librarian Train-the-Trainer WorkshopOngoing
https://www.everylibraryinstitute.org/penmedialiteracy?utm_campaign=pen_webinar2&utm_medium=email&utm_source=votelibraries
General
These consecutive 60-minute workshops will provide resources for librarians to lead trainings for the public and their constituents regarding best practices in media literacy education to empower online users to combat disinformation.
Archived WebinarEvery Library Institute
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6/10/2020 15:45:11
From Compassion to Action: Serving Those with Mental Health Challenges in the Library
Ongoing
https://my.nicheacademy.com/infopeople/course/7755
General, Public
Would you like to better understand mental health and mental health challenges in order to provide compassionate and meaningful library resources and services? Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental health challenges in a given year, so it is highly likely that individuals with mental health challenges are visiting and working at every public library each day.
CourseNiche Academy
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6/10/2020 16:28:59
Sorry...You Just Don't Fit into Our Culture: Unconscious Bias in Hiring Decisions
ongoing
https://cslinsession.cvlsites.org/upcoming/sorry-you-just-dont-fit-into-our-culture-unconscious-bias-in-hiring-decisions/
General, managershiring; biasWebinar
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6/10/2020 16:31:03
Best Practices for Helping You Adapt to the New Normal
June 18, 2020 2:00 pm
https://www.govloop.com/training/june-18-best-practices-for-helping-you-adapt-to-the-new-normal/
General
adapting; change; best practices
Webinar
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6/10/2020 16:32:24
Wholehearted Training: Fostering Connection, Compassion and Joy in Digital Literacy
ongoing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flUqFZo5jao
General, Publicdigital literacy; trainingWebinar
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6/10/2020 16:34:53
Virtual Platform Possibilities – Providing Digital Skilling Resources for Patrons (archived version)
ongoing
http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/ondemand/possibilities
Generaldigital literacy; skillsWebinar
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6/10/2020 16:35:44A Primer for New Teleworkersongoing
https://continuinged.isl.in.gov/a-primer-for-new-teleworkers-1-leu/
Generalremote workWebinar
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6/10/2020 20:00:48Free Instructional Design Webinar SeriesOngoing
http://ed.fullerton.edu/msidt/
General
Free webinar series: Introduction to Instructional Design; Basics of Graphic Design; Accessibility and 508 Compliance; Copyright, Public Domain, and Creative Commons
Webinar
Sponsored by Cal State Fullerton's M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology
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6/11/2020 12:00:39Free Webinar: Preparing for Project Failure
Thursday, June 18, 2020 - 2-3 pm EDT
attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7378218208502114316
General
Plans are worthless, but planning is everything. (Ascribed to Winston Churchill, Dwight Eisenhower, et al) How can we prepare for the unexpected?
Webinar
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6/11/2020 12:01:35
Free Webinar: Why Your Library Needs a New, Short-Term Strategic Plan
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 2-3 PM EDT
attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7450329679921058064
General
How can libraries survive? They might create and implement a new strategic plan that engages the world with fresh assumptions.
Webinar
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6/12/2020 17:18:03Reopening Lives with LibrariesOngoing
https://my.nicheacademy.com/reopening
Staff and Patrons
Resources for library staff and patrons as communities and libraries reopen
Self-Paced Tutorials
Free to use for staff and patrons; libraries may include link(s) to these resources on their website, etc. Collaboration welcome: https://www.nicheacademy.com/blog/reopening-lives-with-the-library
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6/15/2020 15:31:23
Whose Turn Is It, Anyway? Online Board Gaming and Libraries
July 28, 2020 - 3:00 PM
http://click.e.oclc.org/?qs=e720e581c6ced3d4c6390bda19e55facca57b93ad79090d23709f2619933317c6ecc44b6412a34b93b84763d9c9e75c0
Public
Closed buildings and social distancing doesn’t need to mean the end of engaging and fun board game groups hosted by libraries. Many libraries have worked hard to organize board game groups, while others are still considering how to get started. Using popular and free online board gaming platforms (Board Game Arena, Yucata, Tabletopia, Tabletop Simulator, and Boitejeux), communities of gamers can continue meeting safely online. This webinar will explore how to make the transition to online board gaming, moderate meetups, and facilitate discussions among participants. The session will be applicable to those looking to move online and anyone interested in starting their first gaming group.
WebinarWebJunction
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6/15/2020 16:03:53Library Journal Day of DIalogOngoing
https://mediasource.actonservice.com/acton/ct/10574/s-288f-2006/Bct/l-11ae/l-11ae:143f9/ct2_0/1?sid=TV2%3AjMfEc8EdO
General
Hear from more than 35 authors in genre fiction, literary fiction, and nonfiction and learn about more titles and trends from editors on our popular editors’ picks panel.
WebinarLibrary Journal
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6/16/2020 15:58:59
Navigating the new normal: How libraries can continue to serve their communities in a post-COVID world
Jun 18, 2020 12:00 PM
https://globalmeetwebinar.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1328662&tp_key=0ffbca1c8e
Public
As some libraries begin to make plans to open again or have already reopened their doors to the public following the Covid-19 outbreak, there remains much uncertainty around how and when is safe to do so. Baker & Taylor invites you to join a panel of speakers from the library and medical world to discuss what the ‘new normal’ for public libraries might be.
WebinarBaker and Taylor
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6/16/2020 16:23:25Performance Management for SupervisorsOngoing
https://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/performance-management-for-supervisors.html
General
The main purpose of performance management is to guide, support, and develop each employee, providing a consistent and comprehensive experience for their staff. It is an ongoing, collaborative process between supervisor and employee that aims to establish and clarify expectations as well as set performance and development goals. Meeting and discussing performance more than once-a-year is key to driving employee development, effectiveness, and overall contribution to the library.
CourseWebJunction
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6/17/2020 14:56:32How to Plan Classes and Presentationsongoing
https://cslinsession.cvlsites.org/past/how-to-plan-classes-and-presentations/
Generalpresentations; trainingWebinar
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6/17/2020 14:59:46Online Tools for Content Creation and Virtual Meetingsongoing
http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=twjxfteab&oeidk=a07eh0da51k2a6ad2b3
Generalmeetings; virtualWebinar
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6/17/2020 15:00:58Shifting Your Events Online During COVID-19ongoing
https://grantspace.org/training/2020-05-20-shifting-your-events-online-during-covid-19/
Publiconline eventsWebinar
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6/17/2020 15:03:05Building Resilient Communities Online and In Personongoing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCP8vq85eK8&feature=youtu.be
General
community engagement; virtual
Webinar
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6/17/2020 15:05:39
Transitioning Services Online to Meet the Needs of Patrons in Crisis
ongoing
https://floridalibrarywebinars.org/auto-draft-27/
General
community engagement; patron services; virtual
Webinar
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6/19/2020 11:11:06
Reading and Talking about Race: An Intro to ALA’s Great Stories Club (Part 1: Deeper Than Our Skins)
June 30, 2020 3:00 pm
https://programminglibrarian.org/learn/reading-and-talking-about-race-intro-ala%E2%80%99s-great-stories-club-part-1-deeper-our-skins
General
racism; book clubs; reader's advisory
Webinar
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7/15/2020 14:15:51Free Google Products for Librarians7/28 (12:00)
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/usl-training-208844751
General
Presentation on free Google products that librarians can use every day.
Webinar
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7/27/2020 13:14:02Level Up: Prep Your Literacy ToolkitAugust 4 (12:00 Noon)
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/usl-training-208844751
Public, School
Learn how large print supports readers.
Webinar
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8/24/2020 17:29:52
Free Webinar: Everyday Library Leadership Series: The Organizational Map: What's Different About Leadership
September 21, 2020 - Noon - 1pm ET
attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5027165483310975760
General, Public, Academic, School, Special
How is leadership different from management, supervision, and professional and technical work? Why do years of successful workplace experience not automatically translate into leadership expertise?
Webinar
Part of a one-day, three-part free series
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8/24/2020 17:31:30
Free Webinar: Everyday Library Leadership Series:Positive Influence: Earning Trust and Respect
September 21, 2020 - 2 pm - 3 pm ET
attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3331860390282710795
General, Public, Academic, School, Special
Why is positive influence the most valuable tool that any leader can wield? Positive influence is more important than power and authority. It’s about how you treat people every day, all the time, regardless of their behavior or your status and position in your library.
Webinar
Part of a free one-day, three-part series
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8/24/2020 17:34:58
Free Webinar: Everyday Library Leadership Series: Library Leadership Ethics
September 21, 2020 - 4 pm - 5 pm ET
attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6088969359819136268
General, Public, Academic, School, Special
Four principles that set standards for making decisions and taking action can earn trust and respect inside and outside your library.
Webinar
Part of a free, one-day, three-part series
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10/28/2020 10:59:58
Level Up: Increased Community Engagement Through Moves Management
November 16, 2020 at 1pm eastern
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ibhfq4ueRImOHL5JbxlCWA
Public

Ready for new strategies to reach underserved communities? Want to convert non-users into your biggest fans? Community engagement is more than outreach, communication, and social media - it's a framework to coordinate your library's efforts to reach more people and increase usage.

Join this free webinar to learn how to move people up the engagement chain by using innovative tactics borrowed from philanthropy, political campaigns, and big data. You’ll learn how to cultivate new audiences and deepen relationships to maximize your library’s impact.

Recommended audience: Public library leaders and library staff interested in community engagement
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