Works in Progress Webinar: “I am the content.” How and why instructors discover and share course readings


Join this webinar to learn how the faculty experience of discovery and its roots in self-identity suggest ways libraries may influence their selections.

Using your Maker Skills to survive a Zombie Apocalypse with Raspberry Pi and Arduino


Look out the window, and you will see chaos all around you. Society has broken down, crashed cars burn, and evidence of desperate attempts to escape the contagion litters the streets. There is no Internet, no power, and no law.

Best New Children's Books of 2015


Sally Snyder, Nebraska Library Commission's Coordinator of Children and Young Adult Library Services, will give brief book talks on new titles that could be good additions to your library's collection. Titles for preschool through elementary school will be included.

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Best New Teen Books of 2015


Sally Snyder, Nebrask Library Commission's Coordinator of Children and Young Adult Library Service, and Jill Annis, Librarian at Elkhorn (NE) Grandview Middle School, will give brief book talks on new titles that could be good additions to your library's collection. Titles for middle and high school ages will be included.

PNR Rendezvous - Updates and a Look at Trials Using Mobile Apps


The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Northwest Region (NN/LM PNR) is hosting free monthly web-based continuing education classes, presentations, and talks with network members called PNR Rendezvous.

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Tech Tuesdays: Taking Time to Teach Technology to Technophobes


Do you find it difficult to spend sufficient time with patrons and their technology questions?

Leading from Anywhere



Monthly webinars on current hot topics. The focus will be on providing a platform for you to share your knowledge as well as get your questions answered.

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STEM-pendous: STEM Programming @ Your Library


Want to incorporate more STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) activities in your library but don't know where to start? Learn practical tips, program ideas and resources to make your library programs STEM-pendous!

Project Outcome: An Integral Part of the Planning Process


This webinar is designed to teach participants how to effectively include Project Outcome in the library planning process as it relates to strategic goals, decision making, and program evaluation.

The Irresistible Library: Renovate and Rejuvenate!


How can we transform our learning spaces into irresistible, future-forward environments that meet the multiple needs of our modern learners? How can we create flexible, open and appealing spaces with varying budgets? 

Emerging Tech Trends in Libraries


Like most of us, who pay even a little attention to recent developments in technology, you're likely overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information and progress. With so much coming at us so fast, keeping up is difficult. Business models are changing rapidly, mobile-first is becoming mobile-only, and social media is a maturing medium yet, even so, the rules are evolving.

Partners for STEAM in Libraries: Joining Forces to STEAM Ahead Further and Faster


Do you wish to expand your STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts, Math) programming but not sure how to move forward?

Do you seek to collaborate with STEAM-oriented individuals and organizations in your community?

Are you looking to take your STEAM programs from good to engaging hands-on-fun awesomeness?

Spanish Language Collection Development with Diana Miranda-Murillo


Diana Miranda-Murillo from the Austin Public Library will give us an update on the current tools she is using for Spanish language collection development -- from the traditional tools (catalogs and websites) to the not-so-traditional ones like book tubers and social media.

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Program in a Box: Hour of Code with Microsoft TouchDevelop


Are you interested in starting a coding camp or hosting a coding program at your library?

Come on, it's easy!

Reinventing the Library


The modern library should be the heart of the school emphasizing student voice and providing opportunities for young people to tinker, create and explore. Transforming the library into an innovative area is easier than you might think. All you need is a space, a positive attitude and a community of learners to invite!

Using Social Media for Reader's Advisory


Are you always looking for ways to push good reading to patrons? Readers’ advisory is a growing field and technology and social media developments have spurred even more growth. Social media offers creative opportunities and unusual challenges regarding engagement with readers in a virtual world.

How To Promote Online Information Resources


The webinar is designed to help information professionals, including librarians and knowledge management professionals, understand how to promote their online information services more effectively. Additionally, it will provide practical examples of promotions that attendees can adapt for their own use.


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