[Libs-Or] Online Training Opportunities Coming in March

Darci Hanning darci.hanning at state.or.us
Tue Feb 28 11:06:49 PST 2017


Greetings!

Plenty of great topics are being offered for free in March! This list has been compiled and shared by the Wyoming State Library<http://library.wyo.gov/>. Do you have a free program that you would like to share? Add it to the Wyoming State Library calendar here: http://library.wyo.gov/services/training/calendar/.

*Full descriptions and links to more information available here<http://www.webjunction.org/find-training/free-events.html>.

Titles of February Programs

ADVOCACY

  *   Mar. 2: Collaboration for ECE Program Success: How Community Collaboration Can Help Your Program Grow (Early Childhood Investigations)
  *   Mar. 7: Building a Strong Brand for Your Organization (TechSoup)
  *   Mar. 8: Social Media Crash Course for Nonprofits (Nonprofit Hub)
  *   Mar. 9: Social Media: Share the Love (Utah State Library)
  *   Mar. 22: Small and Rural Libraries Leading with TV Whitespace (Nebraska Library Commission)

ASSESSMENT & PLANNING

  *   Mar. 1: Project Outcome: Measuring the True Impact of Public Libraries (Nebraska Library Commission)
  *   Mar. 21: The Many Ways Impact Investing Affects Nonprofits (GrantSpace)
  *   Mar. 23: Library Services: Making the atypical, typical (Colorado State Library)
  *   Mar. 29: Expertise, Competencies and Careers (Library 2.0)

BOARDS

  *   Mar. 8: Engaging Your Board & Others in Difficult Decisions (4Good)
  *   Mar. 22: Strategic Planning Part 1: Cultivation & Organizational Development (4Good)

CAREERS

  *   Mar. 8: Planning for Successful Internships (Nebraska Library Commission)
  *   Mar. 15: Women in Career Transition: Success Stories and Strategies (American Management Association)
  *   Mar. 28: Bozarthzone! TGIM: Enjoy Your Job, Enjoy Your Life

CHILDREN & TEENS

  *   Mar. 8: STEM and STEAM for Children (Missouri State Library)
  *   Mar. 15: New Spring Nonfiction for the Library and Classroom (School Library Journal)
  *   Mar. 22: Create a Culture of Acceptance and Kindness in a Challenging World: It all Starts in Your Early Childhood Program (Early Childhood Investigations)
  *   Mar. 23: What's New in Children's Literature - 2017 (Infopeople)

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT

  *   Mar. 6: Makerspace Communities and Their Futures (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
  *   Mar. 7: Basic Principles and Practices of Born-Digital Preservation (University of Wyoming American Heritage Center)
  *   Mar. 9: Behind the Scenes: SLJ in Conversation with Top Children's Book Editors (School Library Journal)
  *   Mar. 10: Libraries Transforming Textbooks (Lyrasis)
  *   Mar. 14: Panel Discussion: New Graphic Novels for Your Library (Booklist)
  *   Mar. 15: New Spring Nonfiction for the Library and Classroom (School Library Journal)
  *   Mar. 16: Oversize, overwhelmed? Caring for Maps and Architectural Drawings in Your Collection (Connecting to Collections)
  *   Mar. 28: Library Reads (Booklist)
  *   Mar. 29: Exploring the Costs and Benefits of Cataloging Free Resources (Federal Depository Library Program)

COMMUNICATION

  *   Mar. 7: Building a Strong Brand for Your Organization (TechSoup)
  *   Mar. 8: Social Media Crash Course for Nonprofits (Nonprofit Hub)
  *   Mar. 9: Social Media: Share the Love (Utah State Library)
  *   Mar. 14: How to Successfully Participate in Cause Awareness and Giving Days (OnGood)
  *   Mar. 28: Whole Person Librarianship: Fostering Empathy in Challenging Times (WebJunction)

DATABASES & eRESOURCES

  *   Mar. 2: Data on a Deadline: Quick Data Tools & Interactive Maps (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   Mar. 16: Database of the Month: Conflict/Understanding: Learning about our World using GoWYLD.net resources (Wyoming State Library)
  *   Mar. 29: Exploring the Costs and Benefits of Cataloging Free Resources (Federal Depository Library Program)

DEVELOPMENT & MANAGING CHANGE

  *   Mar. 1: Four Leadership Strategies for Enhancing Program Quality (Early Childhood Investigations)
  *   Mar. 2: Federal Legislative History 101 (Federal Depository Library Program)
  *   Mar. 3: Keeping Up with the Issues and Resources: Then and Now (TLT Group)
  *   Mar. 7: Basic Principles and Practices of Born-Digital Preservation (University of Wyoming American Heritage Center)
  *   Mar. 8: Rock Your Workshops: A 5-Step Road Map for Creating and Leading Engaging Sessions (Training Magazine Network)
  *   Mar. 8: Engaging Your Board & Others in Difficult Decisions (4Good)
  *   Mar. 8: You Can Do I.T.! How to Empower Library Staff with Basic Tech Management Skills (TechSoup)
  *   Mar. 9: Build Staff Buy-In for Volunteer Engagement (VolunteerMatch)
  *   Mar. 9: Libraries Transforming Communities: Introduction to Dialogue & Deliberation (1 of 3) (Programming Librarian)
  *   Mar. 14: Modern Learning is Perpetual Learning-How Do We Become the "Google" of Learning? (InSync Training)
  *   Mar. 15: Unexpected Class Visits: Ready, Set, You've Got This (OCLC)
  *   Mar. 16: Managing Difficult Volunteer Transitions (VolunteerMatch)
  *   Mar. 16: Protecting Patron Privacy in Public Libraries (Tech Soup)
  *   Mar. 21: The Inclusive Library - Best Practices for Serving Patrons Experiencing Homelessness (Texas State Library and Archives)
  *   Mar. 28: Whole Person Librarianship: Fostering Empathy in Challenging Times (WebJunction)

FUNDRAISING

  *   Mar. 1: Beyond the RSVP: Crowdfunding for Special Events (Firespring)
  *   Mar. 2: Advanced Crowdfunding Strategies (Firespring)
  *   Mar. 14: How to Successfully Participate in Cause Awareness and Giving Days (OnGood)
  *   Mar. 15: Introduction to Fundraising Planning (GrantSpace)
  *   Mar. 29: From Money Pit to Moneymaker: The Nonprofit Executive Guide to Earned Revenue (4Good)

LEGAL

  *   Mar. 21: The Many Ways Impact Investing Affects Nonprofits (GrantSpace)

MANAGEMENT

  *   Mar. 8: Planning for Successful Internships (Nebraska Library Commission)
  *   Mar. 8: 3 Keys to Successful Program Management (American Management Association)
  *   Mar. 14: 6 Essentials for Teams That Work (Effectiveness Institute)
  *   Mar. 16: Protecting Patron Privacy in Public Libraries (Tech Soup)
  *   Mar. 22: Strategic Planning Part 1: Cultivation & Organizational Development (4Good)
  *   Mar. 22: Developing Your Leaders' Emotional Intelligence to Improve Organizational Performance (Training Industry)
  *   Mar. 28: Whole Person Librarianship: Fostering Empathy in Challenging Times (WebJunction)

OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS

  *   Mar. 2: Collaboration for ECE Program Success: How Community Collaboration Can Help Your Program Grow (Early Childhood Investigations)
  *   Mar. 2: Healthy Aging at Your Library: Connecting Older Adults to Health Information (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
  *   Mar. 3: Fostering Community Conversations Through Academic and Public Library Partnerships - Two Texas Case Studies (Texas State Library and Archives)
  *   Mar. 8: Connecting Schools and Public Libraries Through Data (Demco)
  *   Mar. 15: Unexpected Class Visits: Ready, Set, You've Got This (OCLC)
  *   Mar. 16: Outreach and Programming for New Adults (Missouri State Library)
  *   Mar. 21: The Inclusive Library - Best Practices for Serving Patrons Experiencing Homelessness (Texas State Library and Archives)
  *   Mar. 23: Library Services: Making the atypical, typical (Colorado State Library)
  *   Mar. 28: Whole Person Librarianship: Fostering Empathy in Challenging Times (WebJunction)
  *   Mar. 29: The Inclusive Library - Providing Excellent Customer Service to Library Patrons with Disabilities (Texas State Library and Archives)

PROGRAMMING

  *   Mar. 1: Four Leadership Strategies for Enhancing Program Quality (Early Childhood Investigations)
  *   Mar. 2: Data on a Deadline: Quick Data Tools & Interactive Maps (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   Mar. 3: Fostering Community Conversations Through Academic and Public Library Partnerships - Two Texas Case Studies (Texas State Library and Archives)
  *   Mar. 3: Keeping Up with the Issues and Resources: Then and Now (TLT Group)
  *   Mar. 7: Privacy Literacy at Your Library (OCLC)
  *   Mar. 8: STEM and STEAM for Children (Missouri State Library)
  *   Mar. 9: Women Who Rock: Past and Present (Junior Library Guild)
  *   Mar. 15: Women in Career Transition: Success Stories and Strategies (American Management Association)
  *   Mar. 16: Outreach and Programming for New Adults (Missouri State Library)
  *   Mar. 16: Money Smart, Measure Smarter: Boost Your Financial Literacy Programs & Measure Their Impact (Public Library Association)
  *   Mar. 22: Create a Culture of Acceptance and Kindness in a Challenging World: It all Starts in Your Early Childhood Program (Early Childhood Investigations)

READERS' ADVISORY

  *   Mar. 7: Choose Your Own Adventure series: Online orientation (Washington State Library)
  *   Mar. 7: Series Nonfiction Must-Haves for the School Library (Booklist)
  *   Mar. 9: Behind the Scenes: SLJ in Conversation with Top Children's Book Editors (School Library Journal)
  *   Mar. 14: Panel Discussion: New Graphic Novels for Your Library (Booklist)
  *   Mar. 15: New Spring Nonfiction for the Library and Classroom (School Library Journal)
  *   Mar. 23: What's New in Children's Literature - 2017 (Infopeople)
  *   Mar. 28: Library Reads (Booklist)

REFERENCE

  *   Mar. 2: Data on a Deadline: Quick Data Tools & Interactive Maps (U.S. Census Bureau)
  *   Mar. 2: Federal Legislative History 101 (Federal Depository Library Program)
  *   Mar. 21: Introduction to SuDocs Classification (Federal Depository Library Program)
  *   Mar. 23: Death Records from the Numerical Identification System for Genealogical Research (National Archives)

SCHOOL LIBRARIES

  *   Mar. 7: Series Nonfiction Must-Haves for the School Library (Booklist)
  *   Mar. 8: Connecting Schools and Public Libraries Through Data (Demco)
  *   Mar. 10: Libraries Transforming Textbooks (Lyrasis)
  *   Mar. 21: Making the School Library Survey Work For You (Wyoming State Library)
  *   Mar. 22: Teaching Digital Literacy (edWeb)

TECHNOLOGY

  *   Mar. 6: Makerspace Communities and Their Futures (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
  *   Mar. 8: You Can Do I.T.! How to Empower Library Staff with Basic Tech Management Skills (TechSoup)
  *   Mar. 15: Raising the Tech Bar in Your Library (SirsiDynix)
  *   Mar. 22: Small and Rural Libraries Leading with TV Whitespace (Nebraska Library Commission)

TRAINING & INSTRUCTION

  *   Mar. 2: Healthy Aging at Your Library: Connecting Older Adults to Health Information (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
  *   Mar. 7: Choose Your Own Adventure series: Online orientation (Washington State Library)
  *   Mar. 7: Privacy Literacy at Your Library (OCLC)
  *   Mar. 8: Rock Your Workshops: A 5-Step Road Map for Creating and Leading Engaging Sessions (Training Magazine Network)
  *   Mar. 21: Introduction to SuDocs Classification (Federal Depository Library Program)
  *   Mar. 22: Teaching Digital Literacy (edWeb)

VOLUNTEERS

  *   Mar. 2: Playing by the Rules: Creating an Effective Volunteer Handbook (VolunteerMatch)
  *   Mar. 7: Walking the Walk: Engage Volunteers in your Volunteer Engagement Program (VolunteerMatch)
  *   Mar. 9: Build Staff Buy-In for Volunteer Engagement (VolunteerMatch)
  *   Mar. 16: Managing Difficult Volunteer Transitions (VolunteerMatch)

Cheers!
Darci
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