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June 2021

Best New Picture Books for Ages 1-6

June 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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2 asian children reading - best new picture books ages 1-6

Are you looking for new picture books to share in your classroom, curriculum, or collection? Join Katie for a presentation featuring the “best of the best new picture books” from the 2021 and late 2020 publishing crop.

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Programming at Home: Parents and Caregivers

June 30 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
Two Kids crafting - programming at home for parents and caregivers

Libraries have an opportunity to reach out to their families and give them a behind-the-scenes look at how we create dynamic and enjoyable programs for children, giving parents tools to adapt library crafts and activities to use with their children.

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July 2021

Technology Ownership: Examining the Total Cost

July 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
Banner. Technology Ownership_ Examining the Total Cost

In this interactive and informative program, Lauren will share a total cost of ownership model and provide helpful tips for how librarians can decide what technology is worth the cost.

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The New Social Media World & Library Marketing Online

July 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
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The presentation will discuss reaching multiple audiences via social media; maintaining a connection with those audiences online; maintaining contact with traditional library audiences during times of closures and reduced services; how to sustain asynchronous and synchronous programming after COVID.

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Libraries for All: Serving People with Disabilities at Your Library

July 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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Ad for Libraries for All: Serving People with Disabilities at Your Library

In this webinar, learn how you can be an advocate for people with disabilities at your library. Acquire best practices for inclusive customer service, explore strategies for making existing programs welcoming to all abilities, and learn how to build positive relationships with individuals with disabilities and local disability-related organizations in your community.

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Sort It Out!: Using In-House Classification Systems to Maximize Comics and Graphic Novels

July 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
Ad for Sort It Out! Using In-House Classification Systems to Maximize Comics and Graphic Novels

Learn how creating an in-house classification system can provide a perfect solution to raise your comics circulations, as well as some cataloging and merchandising tips.

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August 2021

If You Have Emotions and You Know It – Shout Hooray: Presenting Social Emotional Learning in Storytime

August 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
If You Have Emotions and You Know It - Shout Hooray Presenting Social Emotional Learning in Storytime

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has always been an important part of education and human development. With the ongoing pandemic and shocking headlines (including a mass shooting in my hometown) now, more than ever, we are prompted to help caregivers and young children learn how to express and understand their emotions. With the overwhelming amount of books in this genre, this webinar will help attendees choose books that involve SEL learning and also use (just about) any books, music and other…

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The Secrets of Stellar Readers’ Advisory Service

August 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
Secrets of Stellar Readers' Advisory Service

Helping leisure readers is a core service at all public libraries. It is also a service that every member of the staff can and should be engaged in; however, many staff not only do not know where to begin but also, they are not encouraged to help. Well that outdated mindset is about to end. Join international Readers' Advisory expert, Becky Spratford, as she unveils the secrets to her success. From being able to share books you have never read…

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The Anti-Procrastinator’s Guide to Time Management

August 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
Anti-Procrastinator's Guide to Time Management

Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, former librarian and self-proclaimed "anti-procrastinator" shares her tips for tackling big projects in small chunks and better managing time. Tips from working at home and virtually will be shared as well as advice from Carrie's years of working at an extremely busy reference desk. Participants will learn: The power of single-tasking and micro-chunking tasks Apps to help with time management Suggestions to help focus at home Dealing with tech distractions The art of prioritizing Carrie Rogers-Whitehead ~ Biography…

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Why DEI Training is Not Working

August 25 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
$28.99 100 tickets left
Why DEI Training is Not Working

According to a McKinsey Report, organizations large and small spend an average of $8 billion dollars a year on diversity training. Nearly two-thirds of colleges and universities offer diversity trainings for faculty, staff, and students each year for an annual estimate of over $280 million. Yet, racial trauma, bias incidents, and hate crimes on college campuses are on the continual rise. Hundreds of studies dating back to the 1930s suggest that anti-bias and diversity training does not reduce bias, alter…

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