[Libs-Or] Continuing Education Webinars for July

Darci Hanning darci.hanning at state.or.us
Thu Jun 30 12:57:52 PDT 2016


Greetings!

It may be summertime but it's also a great time to peruse and partake in one (or more!) of these great, free trainings!

Training opportunities for this month were compiled and shared by the Wyoming State Library<http://www-wsl.state.wy.us/>. Do you have a free program that you would like to share? Add it to the Wyoming State Library calendar here:
http://www.wyominglibraries.org/calendar.html.

For upcoming WebJunction webinars check the WebJunction Events Calendar<https://webjunction.org/events/webjunction.html> and visit the WebJunction Course Catalog<http://learn.webjunction.org/> for additional learning opportunities.

Program Titles for July (see: http://www.webjunction.org/find-training/free-events.html for complete descriptions)

ADVOCACY

  *   July 13: Get Outside the Lines: Leverage Social Media to Make the Most of Your Campaign (TechSoup)
  *   July 14: Creating Custom Tables and Colorful Maps Using American FactFinder (U.S. Census Bureau)

ASSESSMENT & PLANNING

  *   July 6: Integrated Assessment for Informed Collection Management: A Review of the Pilot Year (Georgia Library Association)
  *   July 12: Webinar Surveys: How to Get Useful Feedback From Your Audience (Idealware)
  *   July 20: Introduction to Fundraising Planning (GrantSpace)

CAREERS

  *   July 14: Everywhere Leaders: How To Move Your Library & Your Career Forward (Utah State Library)

CHILDREN & TEENS

  *   July 7: Embedding Music in the Early Childhood Inclusion Classroom (EdWeb)
  *   July 12: How to Set Up a Minecraft Program for kids (Washington State Library)
  *   July 18: Leading Teens - Accidental Teen Librarian (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
  *   July 27: Early Childhood Science Inquiry is a Journey (Not a Series of Unrelated Activities): Learning from the Research (Connect4Learning)

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT

  *   July 6: Making Your Catalog Work for Your Community: How to Develop Local Cataloging Standards (Nebraska Library Commission)
  *   July 6: Integrated Assessment for Informed Collection Management: A Review of the Pilot Year (Georgia Library Association)
  *   July 19: Collection Development: Children's and Young Adult Books about Native Americans (Association for Library Service to Children)
  *   July 19: Best Bets for Book Groups (Booklist)

COMMUNICATION

  *   July 6: Everything Tom Ahern Knows in 53 Minutes About Making Your Donor Communications Far More $ucce$$ful, Leaving Ample Room for Introductions and Such (Nonprofit Hub)
  *   July 12: Webinar Surveys: How to Get Useful Feedback From Your Audience (Idealware)
  *   July 13: Get Outside the Lines: Leverage Social Media to Make the Most of Your Campaign (TechSoup)
  *   July 21: We Need To Talk: Overcoming the fear of having a difficult conversation (Colorado State Library)
  *   July 27: How to Make your Website More Inclusive to All Audiences (American Alliance of Museums)
  *   July 28: Meaningful Donor Conversations that Make More Money (Nonprofit Hub)

DATABASES & eRESOURCES

  *   July 1: PubMed(r) for Librarians: Customization - My NCBI (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
  *   July 6: Your Business By The Numbers: Census Business Builder App (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   July 7: Data Tools (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   July 19: Discover two In Context databases:  World History and U.S. History (Wyoming State Library)
  *   July 20: Breezing Along with the RML:  Librarian Involvement in Electronic Health Records (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)

DEVELOPMENT & MANAGING CHANGE

  *   July 6: Introduction to Proposal Writing (GrantSpace)
  *   July 7: 2016 ALA Annual Tech Wrapup (American Library Association TechSource)
  *   July 12: Mindful Leadership: How Emotionally Intelligent Are You at Work? (GovLoop)
  *   July 12: 6 Essentials for Teams That Work (Effectiveness Institute)
  *   July 13: Grooming Young Professionals for Success in an Age of Change (Training Magazine Network)
  *   July 14: Everywhere Leaders: How To Move Your Library & Your Career Forward (Utah State Library)
  *   July 14: The Value of Data-Centric Security (GovLoop)
  *   July 14: Gender Inclusivity in Special Libraries (Special Library Association)
  *   July 18: Leading Teens - Accidental Teen Librarian (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
  *   July 27: Cultivating a Library Technoculture: We are Tech Workers! (TechSoup)

FUNDRAISING

  *   July 6: Everything Tom Ahern Knows in 53 Minutes About Making Your Donor Communications Far More $ucce$$ful, Leaving Ample Room for Introductions and Such (Nonprofit Hub)
  *   July 13: How to Create an Effective Donate Page (4Good)
  *   July 20: Introduction to Fundraising Planning (GrantSpace)
  *   July 28: Meaningful Donor Conversations that Make More Money (Nonprofit Hub)

LEGAL

  *   July 14: The Value of Data-Centric Security (GovLoop)

MANAGEMENT

  *   July 6: Introduction to Proposal Writing (GrantSpace)
  *   July 7: Playing by the Rules: Creating an Effective Volunteer Handbook (VolunteerMatch)
  *   July 12: Mindful Leadership: How Emotionally Intelligent Are You at Work? (GovLoop)
  *   July 12: 6 Essentials for Teams That Work (Effectiveness Institute)
  *   July 12: Intro to the Iron Triangle: Quality, Resources, and Time Constraints (Siera Learn)
  *   July 13: Introduction to Project Budgets (GrantSpace)
  *   July 14: Gender Inclusivity in Special Libraries (Special Library Association)
  *   July 27: How to Successfully Manage a Government Project (American Management Association)

OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS

  *   July 7: Seeding Engagement and Cultivating Volunteers through Crowdsourcing (Connecting to Collections)
  *   July 7: Before Bilingual Storytime: The Outreach Bridge to Engaging Latino and Spanish-speaking Families (WebJunction)
  *   July 14: Many Paths to Conversation: techniques for successful ESL clubs (Infopeople)
  *   July 19: Serving At-Risk Patrons: Lessons from Library Social Workers (Programming Librarian)

PROGRAMMING

  *   July 12: How to Set Up a Minecraft Program for kids (Washington State Library)
  *   July 14: Many Paths to Conversation: techniques for successful ESL clubs (Infopeople)
  *   July 27: Health Information Resources for Seniors (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)

READERS' ADVISORY

  *   July 12: Handselling: Readers' Advisory for Under the Radar Titles (Booklist)
  *   July 19: Collection Development: Children's and Young Adult Books about Native Americans (Association for Library Service to Children)
  *   July 19: Best Bets for Book Groups (Booklist)

REFERENCE

  *   July 6: Your Business By The Numbers: Census Business Builder App (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   July 7: Data Tools (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   July 20: Breezing Along with the RML:  Librarian Involvement in Electronic Health Records (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
  *   July 25: Your Constituents by the Numbers: Accessing Data for Political Boundaries (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   July 26: The APIs of Data.gov (North Carolina Library Association)
  *   July 27: The Queer Omaha Archives (Nebraska Library Commission)
  *   July 27: Health Information Resources for Seniors (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)

SCHOOL LIBRARIES

  *   July 7: How Chromebooks Can Change Your Classroom: Student and Class Projects using Chromebooks (SimpleK12)
  *   July 7: Embedding Music in the Early Childhood Inclusion Classroom (EdWeb)
  *   July 19: Amazing Digital Projects for All Students with Google Tools (SimpleK12)
  *   July 20: Making Project-Based Learning Work (Education Week)
  *   July 21: Learning Without Borders using Skype in the Classroom (SimpleK12)
  *   July 27: Early Childhood Science Inquiry is a Journey (Not a Series of Unrelated Activities): Learning from the Research (Connect4Learning)
  *   July 28: Chromebooks in the Classroom 101 (SimpleK12)

TECHNOLOGY

  *   July 7: How Chromebooks Can Change Your Classroom: Student and Class Projects using Chromebooks (SimpleK12)
  *   July 7: New Fiscal Year, New Deals Through TechSoup (TechSoup)
  *   July 7: 2016 ALA Annual Tech Wrapup (American Library Association TechSource)
  *   July 19: Coding for Everyone: How Your Library Can Help Anyone Learn to Code (WebJunction)
  *   July 19: Amazing Digital Projects for All Students with Google Tools (SimpleK12)
  *   July 20: Going Digital (Lyrasis)
  *   July 26: The APIs of Data.gov (North Carolina Library Association)
  *   July 27: Cultivating a Library Technoculture: We are Tech Workers! (TechSoup)
  *   July 27: How to Make your Website More Inclusive to All Audiences (American Alliance of Museums)
  *   July 28: Chromebooks in the Classroom 101 (SimpleK12)

TRAINING & INSTRUCTION

  *   July 14: Truth About Social Learning (InSync Training)
  *   July 19: Coding for Everyone: How Your Library Can Help Anyone Learn to Code (WebJunction)
  *   July 20: Making Project-Based Learning Work (Education Week)
  *   July 21: Learning Without Borders using Skype in the Classroom (SimpleK12)

VOLUNTEERS

  *   July 7: Playing by the Rules: Creating an Effective Volunteer Handbook (VolunteerMatch)
  *   July 7: Seeding Engagement and Cultivating Volunteers through Crowdsourcing (Connecting to Collections)
  *   July 12: Writing Accurate and Useful Volunteer Position Descriptions (VolunteerMatch)
  *   July 14: Engaging the Volunteer of the Future (VolunteerMatch)


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