Writing Accurate and Useful Volunteer Position Descriptions


A good position description can make the recruitment and placement of volunteers so much easier, but this foundation component of a program is often overlooked or put into a folder and never used. 

BozarthZone! Nuts and Bolts of Social Media


This session will cover basics of creating and sustaining community via social media tools. Rather than theory, participants will walk away with an understanding of how to implement and utilize these applications.
Briefly, we will look at several popular social media tools, such as blogs, wikis, Facebook and Twitter, then basics of using these tools for:

Mobile Impact 401: Mobile Tech for Offices & People

Join the experts for a free webinar to discuss how your office can leverage phones, tablets, and hotspots for social good. Learn how to craft a BYOD (bring your own device) policy, set up a virtual office, cut the wire to work from anywhere, and adopt remote work strategies to support your cause and staff.

The Kid and Teen-Friendly Library


Children and teenagers are a crucial group of patrons for any public library. On the next episode of American Libraries Live, we'll discuss how we can effectively get them into the library and involved with library programs and services.

10 Things Your Nonprofit Website Needs in 2014


Your organization's website is critical to your success. It's the place to tell the world about your mission and motivate visitors to take action - whether it's making a donation or signing up for your services. For many organizations, it's difficult to know where to start. What do you do next with your website and how do you manage it?

Net Neutrality: Recent Changes in Legislation


"There is one Internet. It must be fast, robust and it must be open. The prospect of a gate keeper choosing winners and losers on the Internet is unacceptable...." – FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler

Libraries as Drivers of Community Development: Global Edition


Join this webinar to learn about and bring home successful, practical grassroots approaches to library-driven community development from libraries around the world.

Net Neutrality: Recent Changes in Legislation

Georgia Library Association presents a Carterette Series Webinar


Presented by Emily Almond
July 30, 2014, 1:00pm to 2:00pm Eastern Time


Journalism Techniques to Spice Up Your Grant Proposals


It's no coincidence that many great grant proposal writers once worked as journalists. Like proposal writers, journalists have a knack for telling clear, compelling stories using quotes and objective evidence.

Mobile Impact 301: How to Raise More Money via Mobile


In 2013, mobile donations on PayPal increased by over 200%. Nonprofits can expect that growth to continue to skyrocket in 2014 and beyond. How do you ensure your cause is ready for mobile fundraising?

Dealing with Difficult People: Learn a New Skillset for Today’s Multigenerational, Multicultural Workplace


It seems to happen in a lot of workplaces. Someone is difficult. It can be a client, peer or (gulp) your boss. Or it could be that incommunicative guy in the mailroom, the gossipy fundraiser, the surly receptionist or the aggressive fill-in-the-blank that puts a crimp in your day.

Let's Move Faith and Communities


Join Let’s Move Faith and Communities, the Children's Museum of Manhattan, Let's Move! Child Care and Let's Move! Museums & Gardens for a webinar training that will equip health leaders to run EatPlayGrow™ in their communities!

Failing in the Right Direction


What happens at your library when something doesn’t go according to plan? Do you or your colleagues find yourselves:

Going Beyond Google


t’s a question librarians are asked constantly: Why do people need us when they have Google and other public search tools? In this month’s episode of AL Live, Going Beyond Google, we’ll talk about our value as experts, what it means and how we can effectively convey it to the public.


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