Online Learning


ACRL’s e-Learning program provides a unique opportunity to participate in professional development events that are focused on practical, tangible topics and issues.  ACRL offers a variety of online learning opportunities to meet the demands of your schedule and budget.  If you have a question about an e-Learning opportunity or need technical assistance, please contact Margot Conahan (

Frequent Learner Program

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ACRL-CHOICE Sponsored Webinars

The ACRL-CHOICE webinar program connecting academic and research librarians with a host of content and service providers, publishers, and other experts in the field.  Archived webinar recordings are available.

ACRL Presents Webcasts

Putting the Framework for Information Literacy into Action: Next Steps - A Flipped Webinar - March 11, 2015
Due to technical difficulties with the March 4 broadcast of the “ACRL Presents” webcast, “Putting the Framework for Information Literacy into Action: Next Steps,” we will be re-offering the webinar in a “flipped” format which will allow you to watch the broadcast on your own schedule and then participate in a live interactive conversation on March 11 to share questions and ideas for next steps for the dynamic development of the Framework.  Here is how this will work:

1.    Watch the recorded webinar.

2.    Send questions and ideas for next steps to Sharon Mader at prior to next week’s live session.  Questions to consider include:  

a.    How can ACRL help you use the Framework?
b.    How can you help each other?
c.    What would you like to see in the Framework implementation plan?

3.     Join in the interactive chat on Wednesday, March 11, 1:00-1:30 pm Central time to share consider questions, share contributions, and shape next steps. 

Archived recordings

ACRL Presents webcast, "Does Fair Use Really Work?" - February 24, 2015

Coalition to Advance Learning in Archives, Libraries and Museums Webinars

Project Management 101 Webinars set for February 5 and 19, 2015.  These are free to attend; however, registration is required.  Join your colleagues from archives, libraries and museums for a two-part, interactive learning webinar that will introduce the fundamentals of project management: planning a project. All of our fields struggle with unstable budgets and dynamic technology, so learning to think and act in terms of projects is critical—it can be the difference between turning an idea into a successful, resourced initiative or not.  Learn more and register via the OCLC web site.