Podcasting and Your Library

Nearly half of all Americans are listening to podcasts on a regular basis because they provide a flexible way to learn information or to be entertained while driving, working out, or doing chores around the house. Your library can reach these patrons, and build a deep and meaningful relationship with them, by launching your own […]

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Eliminating Personal Burnout: 7 Crucial Skills

Burnout is an unpleasant and persistent state of feeling stuck, depleted, and living in a mess of negative emotions. The classic three symptoms are emotional exhaustion (you have nothing left to give), depersonalization, and a diminished sense of accomplishment. Burnout is a condition that won’t just magically go away by pushing onward. The opposite of […]

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Meditation in the 21st Century – Why Meditation Matters Even More

People have been practicing meditation for centuries and today we see a surge in its popularity as new benefits continue to be discovered. Incorporating meditation into one’s life has many positive effects. Now more than ever in today’s modern world with all the stresses, meditation is needed more than ever. Learn a simple meditation technique that […]

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Dealing with Change: Using Mindfulness to Respond in Difficult Situations

Change is all around us, whether we like it or not. Often, change occurs without our control, and we must adapt to difficult situations. Mindfulness can help us stay in the moment and respond appropriately to strong emotions surrounding change. As a result of this program, participants will: Learn to recognize when change is affecting […]

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Classic Picture Books are Boring and What You Should Read in Storytime Instead

Many books considered classics are difficult to integrate as part of an engaging storytime. In this interactive and informative program, we will examine the numerous reasons why many classic picture books should no longer be a librarian’s first choice of material and what elements we look for in a book while planning storytime. You’ll also […]

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Artificial Intelligence in the Library

Artificial intelligence (AI) is all around us. It is in our cars, phones, and homes. AI is also in our libraries. In order to make wise decisions, it is important that we understand where AI is already being used in our library’s databases and computer programs. This understanding can then lead to proactive discussions about […]

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Fighting for #FReadom

Facing book and materials challenges can be overwhelming and frightening. Turn your concern into constructive action by equipping yourself with knowledge, best practices, and preparation. Learn how to be prepared to navigate challenges and advocate for students’ intellectual freedom. Join #FReadomFighter Nancy Jo Lambert for this webinar, where they will discuss: Key elements for strong […]

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Communication and Conflict: “Can’t we all just get along?”

Through this program, we will examine how conflict occurs in workplace interactions between and among customers and co-workers. Working from the perspective that conflict is a necessary aspect of effective communication, we will learn the characteristics of conflict, strategies to address conflict, as well as how to avoid unproductive conflict. As a result of this […]

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Using Food as Medicine in Your Everyday Life

While we have been told since we were children to eat our vegetables, fact is that we didn’t then and we still aren’t now. We are living in the midst of two pandemics. While most of us admit that Covid-19 scared us to death, few of us are afraid of the obesity pandemic that threatens […]

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