Leadership effectiveness is often cited as of critical importance to nonprofits. You add it to your goals but then get side-tracked by more immediate priorities that make leadership development seem such a luxury. This webinar speaks to anyone, at any level, who wants to take responsibility–starting right now–for enhancing their own effectiveness at leading.
- Understanding of the broad themes in leadership theory and exposure to the ‘Bold Intentions’ framework.
- Insights into your own strengths and developmental opportunities among key drivers of effective leadership.
- A foundation for establishing a personal plan of action directly following from the webinar.
Digital Preservation is the focus of a three-part webinar series that will help you preserve your digital content. Sponsored by the Nebraska State Historical Society and the Nebraska Library Commission, these webinars will connect you to Library of Congress training modules. The LC’s Digital Preservation Outreach Education (DPOE) program simplifies the complex world of digital preservation into six tasks modules: inventory, select, storage, protect, manage, and provide.
Do you have a growing demand for Christian Fiction novels on your shelves? Christian Fiction is more than daily devotionals, filled with plenty of crossover appeal: Romance, Mystery, Fantasy, Legal Thriller. While the core values of biblical teaching are still present, this genre has plenty of appeal for anyone who loves books. Want to learn how to promote Christian Fiction in your library, or use it for Reader Advisory? Check out this webcast to learn about Spring’s forthcoming titles for one of the fastest growing genres!
In today’s interactive environment, students are developing their literacy skills across multiple learning platforms, from databases to e-books and i-books. School librarian Marsha Lambert will address the new ways that students use these materials and what they expect from their library interaction, while representatives from Rosen and Scholastic showcase their digital literacy tools. Moderated by Reference and Collection Management editor Rebecca Vnuk.
From 2009 to 2012, library and discipline faculty from Washington State Community and Technical Colleges (CTC) participated in a project involving over 40 faculty and about 2,000 students to document the impacts of library instruction on basic skills students. This presentation will cover how the project was implemented and what findings were produced. The following assumptions guided the project design.
- Information literacy is an accepted learning outcome
- The library can make a contribution to achieving information literacy
- Achievement of information literacy needs to start in developmental education (pre-college programs)
- Collaborative efforts by the library and developmental education is a viable way to achieve information literacy
Montana State Library
Join FBI Special Agent, Kevin Damuth, for this informative webinar on keep our kids safe while on the Internet. His presentation will cover sexting, cyberbullying, and Internet safety.
Chris Sharp will go over the changes and upgrades for local admin in Evergreen 2.3.
Elaine Hardy will go over the changes and upgrades to OPAC in Evergreen 2.3.