[Libs-Or] Reminder: No-Cost Online Training Opportunities for July

Darci Hanning darci.hanning at state.or.us
Tue Jul 15 16:36:49 PDT 2014


Greetings!


Just a quick reminder that there are plenty of free, online webinars still happening this month - view the list at: http://webjunction.org/find-training/free-events.html



Topics include: advocacy, assessment & planning, boards, careers, children & teens, collection development & management, communication, databases & eresources, development & managing change, fundraising, legal, management,  outreach & partnerships, programming, school libraries, technology, training & instruction, and volunteers - something for everyone!



Listing follows, visit the WebJunction website<http://webjunction.org/find-training/free-events.html> for detailed information and be sure to check out the July calendar at NW Central<http://nwcentral.org/calendar?topic=All&region=All&type=49> for more opportunities!



ADVOCACY

*         July 16: Libraries as Drivers of Community Development: Global Edition



ASSESSMENT & PLANNING

*         July 10: Ithaka Academic Library Survey 2013

*         July 22: The Case for Integrated Planning



BOARDS

*         July 16: 7 Questions Your Board Asks That YOU May Never Hear



CAREERS

*         July 9: Advancing Your Career Through Writing and Speaking



CHILDREN & TEENS

*         July 10: The Kid and Teen-Friendly Library

*         July 24: Summer Teen Online Conference (various YA author presentations)



COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT

*         July 8: Reading Ahead: Highly Anticipated Fall and Winter Titles

*         July 15: Chapter-level Metadata and the Future of eBook Research

*         July 22: Book Clubs Abuzz: Great Reads for Summer and Beyond

*         July 24: Summer Teen Online Conference (various YA author presentations)



COMMUNICATION

*         July 10: Nuts and Bolts of Social Media



DATABASES & eRESOURCES

*         July 1: Connecting Your Patrons to Free Online Learning with GCFLearnFree.org

*         July 15: Chapter-level Metadata and the Future of eBook Research

*         July 16: National Library of Medicine's History of Medicine Collection and Veterinary Medicine Resources

*         July 17: Database of the Month: Get acquainted with Novelist Plus

*         July 23: National Library of Medicine's resources of interest for community colleges



DEVELOPMENT & MANAGING CHANGE

*         July 16: The Leadership To-Do List



FUNDRAISING

*         July 15: Getting Started with Grants: Make Your Requests Shine

*         July 29: How Social Technology Can Improve Donor Engagement & Retention



LEGAL

*         July 9: Is It Copyrighted? Can I Use It?

*         July 22: Makerspaces in Libraries: Legal Considerations

*         July 30 : Net Neutrality: Recent Changes in Legislation



MANAGEMENT

*         July 11: Making Difficult Conversations Easy

*         July 30: Employee Engagement for Dummies



OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS

*         July 16: We're All Tourists Sometime: Learning from libraries who serve both tourists and residents



PROGRAMMING

*         July 16: Engaging Writers with a Community Novel Project

*         July 22: Book Clubs Abuzz: Great Reads for Summer and Beyond

*         July 30: Adult Library Programs Gone Mobile



SCHOOL LIBRARIES

*         July 10: How Do Our Students Learn?: A Cognitive Psychological Model for Information Literacy Instruction

*         July 15: There's an App for That! - The B Side: 50 Productivity Apps that will Prepare You for the Mobile Edu-volution

*         July 24: Summer Teen Online Conference (various YA author presentations)

*         July 28: The Paperless Classroom: Making the Leap



TECHNOLOGY

*         July 8: 10 Things Your Nonprofit Website Needs in 2014

*         July 9: Making Your Space: Creators and Makers in the Library

*         July 10: Mobile Impact 401: Mobile Tech for Offices & People

*         July 15: There's an App for That! - The B Side: 50 Productivity Apps that will Prepare You for the Mobile Edu-volution

*         July 16: Welcoming Mobile Devices in Your Library: Space & Staffing

*         July 22: Makerspaces in Libraries: Legal Considerations

*         July 30: Tech Talk with Michael Sauers

*         July 30: Net Neutrality: Recent Changes in Legislation

*         July 30: Adult Library Programs Gone Mobile



TRAINING & INSTRUCTION

*         July 1: Connecting Your Patrons to Free Online Learning with GCFLearnFree.org

*         July 10: How Do Our Students Learn?: A Cognitive Psychological Model for Information Literacy Instruction

*         July 14: Objective Overruled

*         July 21: Better than Bullet Points

*         July 22: Engaging Learners through Game-Thinking

*         July 28: The Paperless Classroom: Making the Leap



VOLUNTEERS

*         July 10: Writing Accurate and Useful Volunteer Position Descriptions

*         July 15: Social Media and Volunteer Engagement



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Darci Hanning * Technology Development Consultant * Library Development Services
Oregon State Library, 250 Winter St. NE, Salem, OR  97301
503-378-2527 darci.hanning at state.or.us<mailto:darci.hanning at state.or.us>


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