LLAMA thought leader webinars now archived
For Immediate Release
CHICAGO — Does this sound familiar? You look at your calendar and a get a sickening feeling when you suddenly realize that the great webinar you’ve been looking forward to happened yesterday! Don’t worry, LLAMA’s got you covered.
The Library Leadership and Management Association (LLAMA) now offers free archived recordings of many webinars in the LLAMA Thought Leaders Webinar Series. This free and popular series features leaders from all types and sizes of libraries sharing their unique and innovative approaches to leadership.
Archived recordings and registration information for upcoming webinars are available here.
Nov. 12 -- Sari Feldman, ALA president-elect; executive director, Cuyahoga County Public Library (Ohio)
Jan 21 -- Ben Bizzle, Craighead County Jonesboro Public Library (Arizona), LJ Mover and Shaker
Mar 11 -- Susan Hildreth, executive director, Peninsula Library System, Pacifica Library Partnerships, Califa (California)
May 13 -- Barbara Stripling, ALA immediate past president, Syracuse University
July 15 -- Pilar Martinez, deputy CEO, Edmonton Public Library (2014 LJ Library of the year)
Sept. 16 -- Jason Griffey, founder and principal, Evenly Distributed LLC
Nov. 12 -- Rebekkah Smith Aldrich , Mid Hudson Library System (New York) , LJ Mover & Shaker and Library Sustainability Expert
Jan. 13 -- Matthew Winner, teacher librarian, Howard County Maryland (LJ Mover Shaker and White House Champion of Change)
Mar. 16 -- Steve Teeri, Anne Arbor Library District, Michigan, Creator of HYPE Makerspace, Detroit
May 18 -- Tod Colegrove and Tara Radniecki, University of Nevada , Reno
*Additional dates to be scheduled
For questions about this series or other LLAMA programs, contact Fred Reuland. email@example.com
About the Library Leadership and Management Association
The Library Leadership and Management Association (www.ala.org/llama) advances outstanding leadership and management practices in library and information services by encouraging and nurturing individual excellence in current and aspiring library leaders. LLAMA is a division of the American Library Association.