Tag Archives: Programming

PLAN Webinar: How to Conduct Interviewing Workshops at Your Library with Linda Bruno

In this 90-minute webinar, we will cover tips you can use to coach your patrons (or friends and family members!) on how to handle the result of a good resume – the interview. We will discuss what to include in … Continue reading

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PLAN Webinar: How to Conduct Resume Workshops at Your Library with Linda Bruno

If you asked the people in your community what comes to mind when they think of your library, many might say “a resource for our community.” What better resource could you be than for those who have recently (or not … Continue reading

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PLAN Planning and Promoting Finals Week Activities with Holly Flynn

Finals week is coming up at most colleges and universities, and libraries will be packed with tired and stressed out students. What can you do to holistically support student success during this time? Join us to learn about the fun … Continue reading

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Adult Programming: A Webinar Full of Idea and Resource Sharing with Andrew Sanderbeck

Are you looking to boost your adult program attendance? Interested in low and/or next-to-no cost ideas for future adult programming? If so, you’ll love this webinar! In this interactive and fun program, we’ll look at adult programs for nine different … Continue reading

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Teen Programming: A Mover & Shaker’s Recipe for Impact and Success

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 ♦ 3 pm Eastern / 12 pm Pacific ♦ 1 hour Registration: http://www.webjunction.org/events/webjunction/teen-programming.html  When “Change Agent” Courtney Saldana was featured as a 2016 Library Journal Mover & Shaker, we were treated to a sampling of her outstanding work with teens, and knew … Continue reading

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Helping Patrons With Local History and Genealogy Research

In this webinar, Florida Collection and Outreach Librarian Blake Robinson and Archives Reference Coordinator Miriam Spalding will discuss local history and genealogy resources from the State Library and Archives of Florida. Topics will include reference interview strategies, key local history/genealogy resources and outreach/programming opportunities. … Continue reading

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Public Library Directors Online Meeting

The Division of Library and Information Services will host monthly online meetings to give public library directors the opportunity to discuss development issues with peers. As part of the registration process, you will be asked to suggest topics of discussion, … Continue reading

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PLAN – Successful STEM Programs for Children Ages 5 ‐ 11

This full-day workshop will introduce and demonstrate the need for STEM programming in the library. Attendees will learn ways to incorporate science, technology, engineering, and math into programming for children ages 5 – 11 with examples of hands-on activities that … Continue reading

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Be A Hero: Programming Ideas for Children

Every summer you are a hero in your community. Refresh and renew yourself with this fun-filled webinar full of inexpensive, easy to implement programming ideas to use this summer. Zap, Bam, Vroom into summer. In this webinar Kim Lehman will … Continue reading

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Unmask! Teen Summer Reading Program 2015

Join dynamic presenter Michelle Beebower for an exciting journey through the 2015 Teen Summer Reading Program.  Get great teen activity and programming ideas for the heroes-themed “Unmask!” program.  Learn about some of the great tools available in the program manual, … Continue reading

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