Staying on Track with Major Gifts: Accountability Tools and Techniques


Do you have trouble keeping in touch with donors, maintaining a reliable schedule of solicitations, or making the time for cultivation?

Tending the Garden of Innovation


  • Does everyone have the potential to be innovative?
  • What does it take to cultivate your own creativity?
  • What tools could you use to stimulate the growth of new ideas from the group you’re working with?
  • What are three key tools to ensure that your project is grounded in fertile soil?

Learn this and more in this one-hour session!

Turning Stress into Power


Managing stress effectively has less to do with managing external events – things you can’t control – and more to do with better managing yourself. This session focuses on strategies for taking charge of your own responses to stress and turning them to more productive reactions and behaviors.


Measuring Success: How to Strategically Assess Your Program


Your volunteer engagement program can be measured by more than just the hours a volunteer gives your organization. What other kinds of information should you keep track of, and how do you know if you're doing a good job with your volunteer engagement program? This webinar will help you think through both the quantitative and qualitative information you can use to evaluate your program.

Telling the Story of Your Library's Impact


No matter where you are or what type of library you work in, you are faced with budget cuts and even closures. You need to prove the impact your library has on your patrons, students and community.

Tips and Tools for Creating Transformation Teams


The role of a leader is critical to the success of an organization. We all have the capacity to empower others through our own personal growth and development. Learn more about creating a culture of authenticity and reflection that can contribute to your team's ability to make a difference.

Repackaging Research - Recipe for the Common Core


As a follow-up to the AASL archived webinar, "Brains Change @ Your Library, this webinar will address how to ensure your research "projects" are challenging today's hyperconnected. Research—done correctly—will hit almost every one of AASL's Standards for the 21st-Century Learner and the "anchor standards" in the CCSS. This webinar will cover:

The Everyday Importance STEM: How Learning About Science and Technology Can Promote Success in All Aspects of Our Lives


An understanding of science and technology is increasingly important for today's citizens to successfully negotiate not just their careers – technical or otherwise – but also their everyday lives: from issues around healthcare and the moral debates arising from scientific innovation, to developing improved methods of making logical and informed decisions in all areas.

Teacher-Librarian News Night

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.

What Your Sponsors Really Want


Are you trying to get more sponsorships for your next special event?

Would you like to step inside your sponsor's head and figure out exactly what they're thinking and what they want?

Take this webinar and learn more about what your sponsors really want.


How to Ask for Money from Individuals


Let your passion for the cause be GREATER than your fear to ask for money.  

Reference Services: Tried, True, and New


This webinar will explore both traditional and emerging approaches to library reference, addressing changing patron needs and with varied information resources and formats.


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