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SWFLN Monsters, Mysteries and Magic: Spooky Resources and Program Ideas

Looking for alternatives for Halloween programming?  This webinar will feature multimedia resources, research ideas and activities around the general themes of monsters, mysteries, and magic for working with preschoolers, school aged children, and teens. Presenter:  Dr. Susan Smith Dr. Susan Smith is the Technology and User Experience Librarian and Associate Professor at Hodges University.  She …

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SWFLN Intermediate Collection Development: Assessment, Policy and Budgets

This is the second session in a series of three webinars on collection development. The second session will dig into how librarians assess and develop collections based on community needs, within the limitations of a budget. It will introduce methods and tools for assessment and for creating a collection development policy. Academic Library staff will …

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SWFLN The ABC’s of Collection Development: Basic Concepts and Overview

This is the first session in a series of three webinars on collection development. In this first session we will cover the basics of collection development with a survey of the types of resources librarians are concerned with, some of the core issues concerning intellectual freedom, and selection methods and tools. Presenter:  Melissa Adler, Ph.D. Dr. …

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