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Engaged Planning: Ask What You Can Do for Your Rural Community

Thursday, December 1, 2016 ♦ 3:00 pm Eastern / 12:00 pm Pacific ♦ 1 hour Registration: http://www.webjunction.org/events/webjunction/engaged-planning.html  Your community needs the library, and planning for the future of your library begins with understanding the community and their aspirations. Once you understand what your rural community wants and needs, you can assess how the library can help them. In this webinar, …

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Chat with Jana – Sensory Story Kits

Children with blindness and visual impairments face unique literacy challenges. Sensory story kits can act as an bridge to emergent literacy for children who approach literacy with little or no sight. Sensory story kits combine print/braille books with tactile items to provide children with enhanced context. Erica McCaleb, County-wide Services Coordinator for the Pinellas Public …

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Introduction to Library Research Methods

Library research methods encompass a broad array of theoretical and applied research designs and methodologies in library and information science. Library staff apply research methods to solve problems and make decisions essential to library services. In this webinar, Continuing Education Consultant Patrick Milas presents an introduction to research methods and their applications to library practice. …

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