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This webinar explores the structure and purpose of Adult Literacy through Libraries: an Action Agenda and the free companion online course; discusses adult literacy action plans and findings from a pilot library initiative; and shares additional literacy resources for libraries.
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Teaching and presentation skills are crucial in librarianship, and many new librarians can feel uncertain in these roles due to no formal training. It’s important to help LIS students and new librarians develop these skills in order that they feel comfortable running a classroom and presenting to different departments across campus.
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We have all heard how making and makerspaces can encourage STEM learning, but what can they do for literacy? This webinar will address ways that literacy and making can go hand in hand to enhance your programs offered at the library. By focusing on transliteracy skills, and including maker activities with traditional literacy activities, librarians can better influence the traditional literacy skills they have traditionally targeted.
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Even small libraries can create a huge impact on their communities. Serving as Director of the Craig Public Library, one of ten recipients of the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, Amy Marshall and her staff were responsible for implementing programs and services that exemplified library outreach and created lasting connections between the library and its patrons. In this webinar, Amy shares strategies with participants that they can then immediately take back to their own libraries and communities and put into action!
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Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2016 in Orlando.
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Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2016 in Orlando.
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Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2017 in Chicago.
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Two-part virtual preconference before ALA Annual Conference 2018 in New Orleans.
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Columbia and Cornell have worked to build collaborative relationships in the broad area of technical services. The experience has taught valuable lessons about the nature of collaboration—some are hardly surprising or unique, mirroring the experiences of similar ventures such as the University of California's Next Generation Technical Services initiative. The broad scope of 2CUL and its intense focus on just two library systems gives this venture unique challenges and opportunities. An ALCTS webcast