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  1. Family Engagement Task Force

    Charge To explore partnerships and consider resources to be developed to help public libraries learn about and implement successful family engagement practices. The Task Force will report to the PLA Board of Directors at least twice per year. After two ye ...

    SHOFMANN - 05/22/2015 - 11:52 - rb0cnm

  2. Libraries Transforming Communities: Sweet Spot of Public Life

    This online learning session is the sixth in a six-part series. Featuring interviews with Harwood Institute founder Rich Harwood and individuals who have utilized the “turning outward” approach, “Sweet Spot of Public Life” discusses making strategic choic ...

    brussell3 - 03/20/2015 - 15:37 - ab5w32

  3. Libraries Transforming Communities: Hosting and Using Innovation Spaces

    This online learning session is the third in a six-part series. “Hosting and Using Innovation Spaces” describes a process for sharing knowledge and insights within your organization as you “turn outward” toward your community. This webinar is part of Libr ...

    brussell3 - 03/20/2015 - 15:05 - ab5w32

  4. Libraries Transforming Communities: Hosting and Leading Community Conversations

      This online learning session is the first in a six-part series. “Hosting and Leading Community Conversations” describes the process of planning and facilitating community conversations, gatherings with community members to discuss their hopes for their ...

    brussell3 - 03/20/2015 - 14:59 - ab5w32

  5. Libraries Transforming Communities: Theming and Using Public Knowledge

    This online learning session is the second in a six-part series. "Theming and Using Public Knowledge," explains how to organize, understand and share “public knowledge,” the insights collected from community conversations. Topics include organiz ...

    brussell3 - 03/19/2015 - 16:14 - ab5w32

  6. The FTC and Public Libraries

    A Partnership of Education and Protection As a small agency with a big mission, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) counts on organizations like public libraries to help get information into the hands of people who need it. The FTC is the nation’s consumer ...

    SHOFMANN - 04/23/2015 - 12:38 - rb0cnm

  7. Passion and Partnership: How a Very Small Library Created Programs with Huge Success

    On-Demand Multiple Prosper (Texas) Community Library may be small, but it’s definitely mighty. It currently shares space with a middle school—limiting its hours, but not lessening the quality of its programs or collection. Hear how the library director ha ...

    SHOFMANN - 05/21/2015 - 16:54 - rb0cnm

  8. Memory Care and Technology: Innovative Ideas to Reach Senior and Alzheimer’s Communities

    On-Demand Multiple Come learn about an exciting and unique program developed by staff at Worthington (Ohio) Libraries to impact an often forgotten segment of the community—those suffering from memory loss and Alzheimer’s. Working with a senior center prog ...

    SHOFMANN - 05/21/2015 - 12:43 - rb0cnm

  9. How to Host a Preservation Week Event

    This webinar will help librarians who are thinking about hosting a Preservation Week event plan for choosing a topic and finding a speaker and will offer guidance on resources to answer preservation questions that may come up after the event. This webinar ...

    CMCCONNELL - 12/17/2014 - 15:11 - bvqj96

  10. “Tips for Managing a Library Instruction/Outreach Program”

    This webinar will provide practical ideas to help you move your instruction and outreach programs forward and help you look at the problems managers commonly face from a different angle. Learning Outcomes This webinar will provide: A format for a library ...

    FREULAND - 09/18/2014 - 13:55 - swmu54

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