Webinars and Other Presentations
These are free webinars conducted by the ALA Chapter Relations Office. They are listed in alphabetical order by topic.
The PowerPoint presentations are best viewed in Firefox or Chrome.
See also Money Smart Week to register for upcoming Webinars and other information.
Webinar and PowerPoint Presentations in Preparation for Money Smart Week 2016
Webinar Held October 6, 2015
Recording of the Money Smart Week Webinar (Oct. 6, 2015) Is Now Available! Presenters are Don Wood, Jay Lyman, Huong Nguyen, Sarah Timm, and Tammy Woodward.
Webinar and PowerPoint Presentations in Preparation for Money Smart Week 2015
Webinar Held October 1, 2014
The recording of the webinar on preparing for the 2015 Money Smart Week Webinar on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, is now available. PowerPoint slides of these presenters can be downloaded for preparing for 2015 Money Smart Week: Michael Dowling, Cinnamon Johnson, and Louise Feldmann.
2014 ALA Annual Conference program on Money Smart Week
Webinars in Preparation for Money Smart Week 2014
Planning to Participate
Money Smart Week Webinar, October 10, 2013 (best viewed in Firefox or Chrome) shows how easy it is for your library to participate in Money Smart Week, April 5-12, 2014. a partnership between ALA and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Slides from the October 10, 2013, Money Smart Week Webinar (PPT). If you are planning to participate or are participating in 2014 Money Smart Week, please feel free to use the slides to assist you in this endeavor. Thank you for your interest!
Money Smart Week is designed to assist libraries of all types provide financial literacy programming for all stages of life—retirees, school kids, college students, anyone and everyone! In 2013 over 500 libraries in 47 states participated. In this archived webinar, learn from veterans and first-timers how Money Smart Week has been a great success for their libraries, and how it can be in yours. Get valuable programming and promotion ideas, tips on possible partners, and resources that make it easy for you, and then join hundreds of other libraries across the country helping individuals to better manage their personal finances during 2014 Money Smart Week. The webinar was presented on Thursday, October 10, 2013, 2:00 pm, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00).
Money Smart Week Webinar, January 15, 2014 (best viewed in Firefox or Chrome) shows how easy it is for your library to participate in Money Smart Week, April 5-12, 2014. a partnership between ALA and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Note: Recording starts on slide 4; see below for complete slides.
Slides from the January 15, 2014, Money Smart Week Webinar (PPT). If you are planning to participate or are participating in 2014 Money Smart Week, please feel free to use the slides to assist you in this endeavor. Thank you for your interest!
Academic Libraries Valuable Role in Financial Literacy Education, Recording date: Monday, September 30, 2013
Money Smart Week PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) Money Smart Week presentation at 2013 ALA Annual Conference (June 30, 2013)
Money Smart Week PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) Connecticut presentation (January 17, 2013)
Money Smart Week PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) at the California Library Association Annual Conference (November 2012)
October 18, 2012, Webinar: Money Smart Week April 20-27, 2013
A recent survey of members of the Virginia Library Association revealed that a number of library professionals would be interested in presenting but requested help with the necessary skills. In response, VLA launched the Presentation Academy, a hybrid of in-person and online workshops intended to increase VLA members’ presentation confidence and improve presentations in our region. This Webinar, led by Presentation Academy faculty members, will discuss the logistics of launching such an Academy, the content we provided, feedback from our participants, and plans for future Academies.
Presented by Candice Small, Radford University, McConnell Library; Jennifer Whicker, Radford University, McConnell Library; Nathan Flinchum, Roanoke Public Libraries; and Lisa R. Varga, Executive Director, Virginia Library Association.