Training/Workshop

Shepard's--Legal Research

 

 Shepard’s is an extremely important part of legal research. Once you have found a case that is relevant to your research, you must verify that it is still good law. The webinar will cover the features and benefits of using Shepard's on-line. This webinar is only 30 minutes.

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Tech Trends with Tine: Robots & Drones

 

Robots and drones, oh my! What are they and what do they have to do with libraries? Yes, believe it or not, robots and drones have come to libraries. Learn this week how they are being integrated into library programs and services. Join us and be prepared to brainstorm what you could do with them in your library. 

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Make, Do, Share: Build a STEM Learning Community

 

A webinar presenting a ready-to-use system that empowers libraries of all sizes to become community STEM leaders.

Count Your Impact: Getting Started with Outcome-Based Evaluation

 

Your library offers a lot of great programs, resources, and services, but how can you determine what effects these have on your users?

Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: 7 Projects to Get Students Storyboarding

 

Bring the power of digital storytelling to your classroom with Storyboard That!

This presentation will cover 7 different project ideas to utilize storyboards and graphic organizers for ELA, History, and Foreign Language classes. Presenters Jane Lofton and Shannon Miller will focus on proven techniques that get students excited to create and present their work!

Discover National Library of Medicine Resources and More: Resources for Community Colleges

 

Did you know that 1 out of 14 people with a bachelor’s degree attend community college seeking new careers, especially in health care? Community colleges offer numerous degrees and certificate programs in nursing and allied health, and work closely with high schools to encourage students to pursue careers in health care.  

Emerging Technology Trends and the Library: The Future is Now

 

Robots, drones and virtual reality … it sounds like we are living in the future, but this new technology is available here and now! Learn about the newest trends in library technology for 2016 and discover simple and budget-friendly ways to bring them to your library today. 

Nuts & Bolts (and Bricks!): Library Elections Primer for Operating and Building Projects

 

Renovating your library?

Building a new branch?

Or just need operating revenue to keep pace with current service?

In this session, we will share the basic tools, as well as the legal and industry framework needed to successfully plan and administer your library election.

Lessons Learned Establishing a Technology Makerspace

 

The library is the intellectual crossroads of the university, a place where students come to research, explore, and discover. It was in this spirit that a new service - an Innovation Lab - was established during the Fall Quarter of 2015 in the John M. Pfau Library at California State University, San Bernardino.

Librarian’s Guide to Trade Data, Part 3 – U.S. International Trade Administration

 

A live training webinar, "Librarian’s Guide to Trade Data, Part 3 – U.S. International Trade Administration,” will be presented.

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Breezing Along with the RML: K-12 School Partnership Projects & Community-Based Organizations iPad Projects

 

Successfully moving an initiative forward or to another level may mean involving others outside one’s institution or integrating new technologies. Collaborations can be challenging, and technology can be frustrating, but not always!

Collaborative Community Outreach for Local History and Genealogy

 

Learn about the Lincoln Lancaster County Genealogical Society's unique relationship with Union College Library's Heritage Room. These two special collections have different missions, but have discovered mutual benefits in working together to reach members of the community.

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Incubate Creativity at Your Library

 

In this webinar, Library as Incubator Project shares program and project ideas, resources and case studies to turn your library into a creativity incubator.

TL News Night

 

TL News Night is a LIVE show presented in news show format featuring a Wrap up of “This Month in School Libraries” and deeper discussion of topical school library issues with special guest experts from state library associations.

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Personalized Learning with Gooru

 

Educators are using Gooru, an AASL Best Website for Teaching & Learning, in their classrooms to personalize learning and help students reach their full potential. It is our mission to honor the human right to education by making high-quality educational resources free and accessible. We want teachers and students everywhere to have access to content that supports deep and meaningful learning experiences.

Content Marketing and Strategy

 

Has your library been promoting itself online (blogs, social media, etc.)? If so, chances are it has seen very mixed results. Now is the time to make your library's online efforts more effective, however, the majority of libraries don't have an online content marketing plan...and it shows.

Libraries & Museums Serving Free Summer Meals

 

USDA's Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals to kids & teens 18 years old and younger in low-income communities during summer break.  The program depends on community organizations like libraries and museums to serve the meals in a safe, convenient, and fun environment. 

Behind the Scenes: SLJ In Conversation with Top Children’s Book Editors

 

Join Kiera Parrott, the reviews director for School Library Journal andLibrary Journal, for a rich conversation with three storied children’s book editors, Kendra Levin of Penguin Young Readers, Alix Reid of Carolrhoda Books, and Mark Siegel of First Second.

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