Professional Event

Civil War Voices: Records from the National Archives and a Personal Collection

 

Researcher John Emond presents dramatic, humorous, and poignant “voices” of soldiers from the North and South through their documents and letters. Presentation materials available online.

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The White House Vice Presidency: The Path to Significance, Mondale to Biden

 

Joel Goldstein presents a comprehensive account of the Vice Presidency as the office has developed from Walter Mondale to Joe Biden. Goldstein will discuss how a constitutional office can evolve as well as the critical role of political leadership in institutional development. A book signing follows the program.

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Kate DiCamillo: Virtual Author Event and LIVE Webcast

 

Join two-time Newbery award-winning author Kate DiCamillo as she discusses her newest release, Raymie Nightingale, a masterful, moving novel about an unforgettable summer friendship. 

Communication Mistakes Only Really Really Smart of Busy People Make

 

Intelligent busy people sometimes cut corners when it comes to workplace relationships. Are you a degreed professional, devoted scholar and researcher, or just a superior smart cookie? You might have been rewarded for brilliant ideas, big grants, and amazing productivity, but not so much for getting along well with others. Now that no one wants to be part of your team, what will you do?

AGENDA

TL Virtual Cafe Social Justice

 

Social Justice @ Library DiscussionSchool and public libraries are democratic institutions of tremendous opportunity for the communities we serve.

Stop Solving Problems! Develop Problem Solvers Instead

 

When your staff members have a problem, do you solve it? If so, you’re missing a great opportunity to build critical-thinking, proactive and innovative problem solvers. Productivity and pride grow when everyone has the ability to resolve problems. In this webinar, explore key ways you can support and encourage this growth.

Immigration Records & Privacy

 

William Creech, reference archivist, will discuss immigration records in our holdings and how they are screened for privacy. He will focus on records from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) headquarters between 1906 and 1964 and INS World War II enemy alien detention camp records.

Immigration Records & Privacy

 

William Creech, reference archivist, will discuss immigration records in our holdings and how they are screened for privacy. He will focus on records from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) headquarters between 1906 and 1964 and INS World War II enemy alien detention camp records.

December CopyTalk

 

The topic will be the triennial 1201 rulemaking proceeding, this year’s announced exemptions, and proposals for changing this regulatory nightmare.

The Digital Shift: Libraries Connecting Communities

 

Join Library Journal and School Library Journal for the 6th annual Digital Shift virtual conference to focus on the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital transition’s impact on libraries and their communities.

Strategies for Managing Patron Behavior

 

Libraries reflect the communities we serve and like those communities we sometimes navigate disruptive and unsafe patron behaviors.

ALA Annual Conference

Annual conference of the American Library Association

June 25-30, 2015 in San Francisco, CA

http://alaac15.ala.org/

Info2Go!: Poverty Training

 

Join Julie Armstrong, Project Coordinator with Idaho Commission for Libraries, as she shares information about how poverty impacts learning and library services.  A great informational session focusing on connecting with the needs of underserved and unserved populations.

TL News Night

 

TL News Night is a LIVE show presented in a 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.

 

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