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The "What's Going On Calendar - Summer-Fall 2013" (pdf)
Classes: Winter-Spring 2013 | Summer-Fall 2013
Recordings, Handouts & CE Forms: 2013 posted below | Pre-2013
NFLS Continuing Education (CE) | Other CE Opportunities

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Classes & Recordings - Summer/Fall 2013:

- click program titles (or here) for full descriptions | See also: Nicbits
- recordings, notes, handouts and CE forms below

Public Library System Consolidation Study Discussion (webinar)
- Tue. Jul. 9: 4 pm | Webinar recording | ce hrs=0

How Am I Doing? Raising the Bar on Performance Management (webinar)
- Wed. Jul. 17: 2 pm | Recording | Handouts | CE form | ce hrs=0

ALA Virtual Conference: Mapping Transformation (webinar)
- Wed.-Thurs. Jul. 24-25: 8:30am - 4pm | CE form | ce hrs=0

Down & Dirty Database Training (workshop)
- Tue. Aug. 13: 9-11am or 1-3:30pm @ NeighborWorks Green Bay
Handouts: Where To Look - Highlights - Workshops | CE form | ce hrs=2.5

Wisconsin Librarians and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (webinar)
Sponsored by the WI DPI (not NFLS)
- Wed. Aug. 21: 10-11am | Recording
WI ACA guides for librarians and patrons:
WI DPI's site | Madison PL | WVLS | ALS | ACFPL's Spanish Guide

What Your Tech Wants You to Know (webinar)
- Wed. Sept. 11: 10am | Recording | Handouts | CE form | ce hrs=1

Grassroots Meeting (workshop)
- Thurs. Sept. 12: 12-4pm @ NeighborWorks Green Bay
CE form | ce hrs=3

Using Trends & Innovation to Create a Rock Star Library (workshop)
- Fri. Sept. 27: 9am-2pm @ Brown County Library Auditorium
CE form | ce hrs=4

Designing a Marketing Plan (webinar)
- Tue. Oct. 1: 10am | Recording | CE form | ce hrs=1

Growing Wisconsin Readers (workshop)
- Wed. Oct. 30: 9am-4pm @ Appleton Public Library
To Register contact Jamie: jmatczak@mail.nfls.lib.wi.us, 920-448-4413
CE form | ce hrs=5.5

Flatten that Organization! Staff Empowerment,
Team Building, Organizational Change
(webinar)
- Wed. Nov. 6: 10am | Recording | CE form | ce hrs=1

Just Another Day in the Newsroom (webinar)
- Tue. Nov. 12: 10am | Recording not available | CE form | ce hrs=1

Creative Learning & Maker Spaces (webinar)
- Wed. Nov. 20: 1pm | Slides | Recording | CE form | ce hrs=1

Weeding: the Good, the Bad, and the Musty (webinar)
- Wed. Dec. 11: 10am | Register | Recording | CE form | ce hrs=1

Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference - 2014 (webinar)
- Wed. Jan. 15 & Thurs. Jan. 16| Recordings, Hand-outs, CE forms

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Classes & recordings - Winter/Spring 2013:

- The "What's Going On - Spring 2013" calendar (PDF) - all classes & meetings
- click program titles (or Nicbits) for full descriptions
- recordings, notes, handouts and CE forms below

2013 Wild WI Winter Web Conference
- Wed. Jan. 16: 8:30-5pm | Webinar Recordings:  
The Great Library Swindle | CE form
Dealing with Difficult Situations
Marketing on the Edge | CE form
Library Self Vs Library Action | CE form
Are We Hypocrites? Library Ethics and Digital Content | CE form
Scale Up: 10 Ways to Increase Your Impact without Increasing Your Workload | CE form

Sandy & the Public Library (webinar)  
- Thurs., Jan. 24: 10 am | Webinar recording

Emergency Planning for Public Libraries (webinar)  
[Program not sponsored by NFLS]
Massachusetts Lib. System - Thurs. Feb. 28, 2013
Webinar recording | Sample Procedures & templates

Tweaking Twitter (webinar)
- Thurs. Feb. 7: 10 am | Webinar recording | CE form

Writing for the Web: Trying to Make People Give a Da*n (webinar)
- Thurs. Feb. 7: 1 pm | Webinar recording | CE form

“Dig Into” Summer Reading Planning! (workshop)
- Thurs. Feb. 21: 9am-3pm @ Green Bay Botanical Garden

Get off the Bandwagon! New Approaches in
SRP Programs and Services for Young Adults
(workshop)
- Tue., Mar. 5: 9:30am-12:30pm

Creative Adult Programming on a Limited Budget (webinar)
- Thurs. Mar. 14: 10 am | Webinar recording | CE form

CCBC 2013 - Great New Books for Children and Teens (workshop)
- Wed. Mar. 27: 9:30am-3pm | CE form

Madison Libraries Road Trip
- Tues. Apr. 2: 6am-6pm

Facts About Fiction: Basic Readers' Advisory for Library Staff (workshop)
- Fri. Apr. 5: 9:30-12pm @ Kress Family Library, De Pere | CE form

Scouting Out New Books (webinar)
- Thurs. Apr. 25: 1 pm | Webinar recording | CE form

Razzle Dazzle ‘Em : The Glitz, Glam, & Gusto of Material Displays (webinar)
- Tues. May 14: 10 am | Webinar recording | Powerpoint | CE form

Jamie's notes from CIL - Computers In Libraries Conference Apr. 8-11, 2013
Evolving Commty. Engagement | 15 Web Trends for 2013
7 Deadly Sins of Websites | Improving Search and Discov. of Digital Content
The Next Big Thing | Libs. as Commty. Revitalizers
The Ideal User Experience | To Stream or Dream
In The Cloud: Virtual Desktop | Change Without Pain?
Services for Target Audiences | Talent Mngmt. for Libs: Strategies for Success


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Program Descriptions - Winter/Spring 2013:

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2013 Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference (webinar) 
Thurs., Jan. 24: 10am-5pm |

Webinar Recordings: 
The Great Library Swindle | CE form
Dealing with Difficult Situations
Marketing on the Edge | CE form
Library Self Vs Library Action | CE form
Are We Hypocrites? Library Ethics and Digital Content | CE form
Scale Up: 10 Ways to Increase Your Impact without Increasing Your Workload | CE form

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Sandy & the Public Library (webinar) 
Thurs., Jan. 24: 10 am | Webinar recording


Presented by:
Jeanette M. Moy, Vice President of Strategic Planning, Brooklyn Pub. Lib.

Lay Cheng Lee, Head of Facilities, Brooklyn Pub. Lib.

On October 29, Superstorm Sandy hit New York City and other Northeastern states,
causing more than $50 billion in damage. Throughout the devastation, public libraries
remained open and served as centers and safe havens in their communities. Hear
members of the Brooklyn Public Library talk about their experience and the aftermath
of this devastating storm. How did they prepare? What impact did the storm have on
communication with the library branches? What would they have done differently? And
more importantly, how do they feel their roles have changed after this experience?
Q & A time will be available, and this webinar will be recorded.


See also:
Emergency Planning for Public Libraries (webinar)  
[Program not sponsored by NFLS]
Massachusetts Lib. System - Thurs. Feb. 28, 2013
Webinar recording | Sample Procedures & templates

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Tweaking Twitter (webinar) 
Thurs. Feb. 7: 10 am | Webinar recording


Presented by: Laura Solomon
--Library Services Mngr., Ohio Public Library Information Network

Are you getting the most out of Twitter? While Twitter is easy to use, it's significantly
more difficult to use it well. Chances are, your library is one of the many that makes
common mistakes that can actually harm its efforts, more than help. Discover how to
use Twitter so that your time investment pays off. See real-world examples, both good
and bad, of library tweets that you can learn from. Get ready to improve your library's
tweets, from the ground up!



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Writing for the Web:
Trying to Make People Give a Da*n
(webinar)
Thurs. Feb. 7: 1 pm | Webinar recording | CE form

Presented by: Laura Solomon
--Library Services Mngr., Ohio Public Library Information Network


Ever get the feeling that nobody is reading your library’s website? Trust your
gut on this one; unfortunately, this is the case for much of the content posted on
library sites. You may also be asking: Why is my content failing? How can I attract
attention without resorting to irritating writing conventions? Learn how to make your
content not only attractive, but also palatable to today’s online reader. Some simple
guidelines will make all the difference.



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“Dig Into” Summer Reading Planning! (workshop)
- Thurs. Feb. 21: 9am-3pm @ Green Bay Botanical Garden


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Get off the Bandwagon! New Approaches
in SRP Programs and Services for Young Adults
(webinar) 
Thurs. Feb. 7: 1 pm @ NeighborWorks, 437 S Jackson St. Green Bay
Webinar recording | CE form


Presented by: Emily Scherrer, Youth Services Manager,
Yuma County Library District (AZ)


Looking to enhance your tween/teen Summer Reading Program? We will look at
various SRP models from around the country and discuss which models we can
incorporate into our own libraries. By increasing the number of programs that
encourage literacy, changing our "old school" mindset, and working with outside
agencies, we can truly transform our Summer Reading Programs into local, national,
and even global inspirations.

Emily Scherrer is the Youth Services Manager in Yuma County, Arizona. She
coordinates the Summer Reading Program for Yuma County's eight library branches,
including two branches located within schools. Previously, Emily was the teen librarian
in Waterford, Wisconsin. Emily is a committee member of ALSC's "Early Childhood Programs
and Services" and has served on various state committees and boards. She received her
Bachelor's degree in History from Michigan State and her MLIS from UW Wisconsin-Milwaukee.



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Creative Adult Programming on a Limited Budget (webinar) 
Thurs. Mar. 14: 10 am | Webinar recording | CE form

Presented by: Molly Keating
--Adult Programming Coordinator, Hiawatha Public Library (IA)


Looking for new ways to expand your adult programming? Join Molly Keating as she
shows you ways to take your adult programming from zero to spectacular! Having
taken her adult programming attendance from less than 200 per year to over 1500
in six years, Molly will show you unique and exciting ideas to help develop your pro-
gramming for adults. She will also show you resources to find programming ideas,
sources for funding, and the best ways to market your programs to your community
and beyond.



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CCBC 2013 - Great New Books for Children and Teens (workshop)
- Wed. Mar. 27: 9:30am-3pm | CE form


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Madison Libraries Road Trip
Tues. Apr. 2: 6am-6pm | 3 CE Credits

Itinerary:

6:00 am: Board bus at old Menard’s lot on Waube Ln in GB
6:45 am: Board bus at park-n-ride at US 41 and Ballard in Apl
9:30 am: Tour of Fitchburg Public Library
11:00 am: Tour of Verona Public Library
12:30 pm: Lunch at Pasqual’s Cantina
2:00 pm: Tour of Sequoya Branch of MPL
3:15 pm: Depart
5:30 pm: Arrive in Appleton
6:00 pm: Arrive in Green Bay



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Facts About Fiction:
Basic Readers' Advisory for Library Staff
(workshop) 
Fri. Apr. 5: 9:30-12pm @ Kress Family Library, De Pere | CE form

Presented by: Jessica E. Moyer, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies,
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


If you've ever answered (or heard) the question "have any good books to read?" at
the public service desk, you've engaged in some readers' advisory. Learn exactly what
RA is, why library staff do it (and why we should continue to do it) and how to help
readers find reading material they will enjoy. Learn about popular genres, how to
evaluate books quickly for levels of appeal, and ways to expand your own knowledge
of popular reading. Be prepared for hands-on activities and plenty of conversation
with colleagues about good books.



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Scouting Out New Books (webinar) 
Thurs. Apr. 25: 1 pm | Webinar recording | CE form

Presented by: Jean Anderson, South Central Library System

In 2011, there were almost 350,000 books published (according to Bowker) and that
number doesn’t include the over 211,000 titles that were self-published! How do we
figure out which books are going to be the ones that our patrons will ask for without
reading 24/7?

There are a couple new and some not-so-new tools out there that can help.
LibraryThing, Goodreads, and Edelweiss are just a few of the sites that Jean will
cover in this fast-paced, interactive webinar. Come prepared to share your favorite
book blog or website with the group. We’ll post all the sites after the webinar.



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Razzle Dazzle ‘Em :
The Glitz, Glam, & Gusto of Material Displays
(webinar) 
Tues. May 14: 10 am | Webinar recording | Powerpoint | CE form


Presented by: Jeremy Bolon, Lincoln Parish Library, Ruston (Louisiana)

Jeremy will help you showcase and revitalize parts of your collection with a few bucks
and some imagination. Learn how to manipulate Baker & Taylor boxes in ways you've
never dreamed. Your patrons (and circulation stats!) will thank you for it.



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Jamie's notes from CIL - Computers In Libraries Conference Apr. 8-11, 2013

Evolving Commty. Engagement | 15 Web Trends for 2013
7 Deadly Sins of Websites | Improving Search and Discov. of Digital Content
The Next Big Thing | Libs. as Commty. Revitalizers
The Ideal User Experience | To Stream or Dream
In The Cloud: Virtual Desktop | Change Without Pain?
Services for Target Audiences | Talent Mngmt. for Libs: Strategies for Success


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Program Descriptions - Summer/Fall 2013:

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Public Library System Consolidation
Study Discussion
(webinar) 
Tuesday, July 9: 4pm
Webinar recording
| CE Contact Hours = 0

Presented by: NFLS Director Mark Merrifield

NFLS Director Mark Merrifield will lead a discussion about the recommendations
listed in “Creating More Effective Public Library Systems,” a study developed by
SRLAAW on better serving Wisconsin library patrons. This discussion is open to
librarians and library trustees. (This is not available for CE credit).



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How Am I Doing?
Raising the Bar on Performance Management
(webinar) 
Wednesday, July 17: 2pm @ NeighborWorks, 437 S Jackson St. Green Bay
Webinar recording | Handouts | CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 0

Presented by: Lynn Hoffman, Operations Manager,
Brown County Library (Green Bay, WI)


Performance reviews have a bad reputation, and rightly so as they
are conducted in a number of organizations. Research and best practices
suggest that by moving to a more holistic performance management approach,
the process of giving performance feedback can be constructive and can
actively build trust between employees and supervisors.

Lynn will describe the performance management model put in place after
decades without formal performance reviews, and will talk about how
implementing such a model can help to lessen long-standing fear and
distrust in the organization's culture.



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ALA Virtual Conference: Mapping Transformation (web) 
Wed.-Thurs. July 24-25: 8:30am - 4pm
CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 0

Viewing Locations: Brown County Library (Central), Door County Library
(Sturgeon Bay), Shawano City-County Library, Stephenson Public Library
(Marinette), Farnsworth Library (Oconto).

The 2013 ALA Virtual Conference will inspire you with two days of interactive
Web sessions, conversations, and insights. The presenters will highlight how
new services are transforming both their libraries and their communities, and
the sessions offer starting points for discussion as well as practical ideas
for moving forward and trying something new.



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Down & Dirty Database Training (workshop) 
Tue., Aug. 13: 9-11am or 1-3:30pm @ NeighborWorks, 437 S Jackson St. Green Bay
Handouts: Where To Look - Highlights - Database Training Workshops | CE form

CE Contact Hours = 2.5

Presented by: Jean Anderson, Continuing Education Coordinator,
South Central Library System


Jean Anderson of the South Central Library System will walk attendees through
databases such as Learn a Test, Ancestry, NoveList and more! This hands-on,
interactive session will include practicing potential questions from library patrons.
Space is limited to 12 attendees at each session.



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Wisconsin Librarians and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (webinar) 
Wed., Aug. 21: 10-11am
Webinar Recording


WI ACA guides for librarians and patrons:
WI DPI's site | Madison PL | WVLS | ALS | ACFPL's Spanish Guide


Sponsored by the WI DPI (not an NFLS webinar).
Presented by: Stephen Johnson from the Ebling Health Sciences Library at the University of Wisconsin
and Terrie Howe and Tessa Michaelson Schmidt from the Public Library Development Team at the Wisconsin
Department of Public Instruction.


An overview of the Affordable Care Act and how it relates to Wisconsin public libraries.

Topics include:
- Basic health information and insurance terminology in the state
- Affordable Care Act implementation in Wisconsin
- Timeline for the implementation during the first year of the program
- Who qualifies for the program
- Who to contact for assistance
- What the major websites are to seek more information

WVLS' guide for librarians and patrons

FYI: The website to direct patrons seeking information is http://www.healthcare.gov. The website has
some good information but as of Sept. 2013 the email account setup doesn't work and won't be fixed
before the ACA implementation date of Oct. 1, 2013. Library staff may wish to alert patrons of this, but
also that they can sign up for e-mail updates from http://www.healthcare.gov and those are working.
Also at healthcare.gov, the public can also ask questions using the live chat option or 1-800-318-2596
--both options are supposed to be available 24/7.



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What Your Tech Wants You to Know (webinar)
Wednesday, September 11: 10am
Recording | Handouts |
CE form | CE Contact Hours = 1

Laura Solomon, Library Services Manager,
Ohio Public Library Information Network (Columbus, OH).


Your library's tech staff doesn't hate you or try to confuse you on purpose.
They even speak the same language as you do! Yet, often, conflict arises
between tech and other library staff. Everyone gets frustrated, and issues
don't get solved as quickly as everyone would like.

Discover what you can do to make communication easier and make problem
resolutions happen faster. Hear stories and some words of wisdom from actual
IT staff on the front lines of library technology. Learn how to approach trouble
-shooting like your tech does, and even some basic things you can do on your
own. Library staff who regularly communicate with IT staff or technology
consultants should find this webinar helpful.



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Grassroots Meeting (workshop)
Thursday, September 12: 12-4:00pm
At NeighborWorks, 437 S Jackson St. Green Bay
CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 3

Our annual meeting geared toward children’s librarians will feature a Craft
Exchange, a presentation from Victoria Sanchez of the Milwaukee Public
Library and a Summer Reading Swap!

12 pm—1 pm: Craft Exchange (Optional; pizza and soda included!)
1—2:30 pm: Super Summer Reading Services, Victoria Sanchez, Milwaukee Public Library
2:45—3:30 pm: Summer Reading Swap
3:30—4 pm: Serving Special Populations Discussion



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Using Trends & Innovation to Create a Rock Star Library (workshop)
Friday, September 27: 9am - 2pm @ the Brown County Library Auditorium
Contact Denise to Register: dfitzger@mail.nfls.lib.wi.us - 920-448-4410
CE form |
CE Contact Hours = 4

Presented by: Kevin King, Head of Patron/IT Services,
Kalamazoo Public Library (Kalamazoo, MI)


How do rock star librarians always seem to be coming up with cool programs
and services? Do you always feel like you are behind the current trends and
fads? Do your patrons wonder why your library seems "behind the times"?

Get some tips on how you can harness the power of innovation and unleash
pure awesomeness at your library, in all capacities. Learn how to identify and
inspire innovators, how to trend-watch and tactics to excite staff in the
benefits of innovation.



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Designing a Marketing Plan (webinar)
Tuesday, October 1: 10am
Register | CE form
| Recording | CE Contact Hours = 1

Presented by: Ben Bizzle, Director of Technology,
Craighead County Jonesboro Public Library (Jonesboro, AR)


Whether you have $5 or $5,000 in your marketing budget, or a staff of one
person or 100, your library needs a marketing plan in place. Too often, libraries
jump into marketing trends or on social networking sites "because everyone
else is," without putting much thought into what it wants to accomplish.
Ben Bizzle, Director of Technology at the Craighead County Jonesboro Public
Library, will discuss how you can create a simple marketing plan, how to carry
it forward and the impact it has on your library.



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Growing Wisconsin Readers (workshop)
Wednesday, October; 30: 9am – 4pm
@ Appleton Public Library
Register: Contact Jamie - jmatczak@mail.nfls.lib.wi.us - 920-448-4413
CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 5.5

Presenters:
Tessa Michaelson Schmidt, Youth and Special Services Consultant,
- WI Dept. of Public Instruction,
Stuart Stotts: Author, Storyteller and Songwriter,
Tom Pease: Singer and Children’s Performer,


Growing Wisconsin Readers is a statewide early literacy initiative. The morning
presentation will emphasize state, system, and local roles in the initiative and
include discussion opportunities.

In the afternoon, Stuart Stotts and Tom Pease will lead the group in building
literacy skills through music and song. Lunch will be included and mileage
reimbursement is available!



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Flatten that Organization!
Staff Empowerment, Team Building, Organizational Change
(webinar)
Wednesday, November 6: 10am
Register | CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 1

Presented by: Susan Considine, Executive Director,
Fayetteville Free Library (Fayetteville, NY)


The Community’s needs, desires and aspirations drive the public library agenda.
Library Administration charts our course through identification of a shared,
mission-based vision and through strategic allocation of resources, time and
dollars. The Library staff drives innovation. We all, at every level in the
organization have the capacity to innovate; why are we not doing it?

In this time of radical change and restless uncertainty lies a golden opportunity
to change our brand; to change our Community’s mind about the value and
impact of the public library. This change starts and ends with us; library staff.
What is in our way? We will identify and challenge barriers, both real and imagined,
to innovation. We will discuss practical strategies to leverage the creative power
and leadership potential of staff.



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Just Another Day in the Newsroom (webinar)
Tuesday, November 12: 10am
CE form
| Recording not available | CE Contact Hours = 1

Presented by: Janel Kinlaw, Broadcast Librarian,
National Public Radio (Washington D.C.)


NPR’s librarians, based in Washington DC, play an important role in researching,
enhancing, producing and archiving NPR’s news and cultural programming. Core
functions include reference, metadata curation and music selection. In addition
to these more traditional initiatives, NPR librarians are breaking ground in the
industry as product developers and managers.

NPR Librarians will share what a typical reference day is like, how they have
integrated into the newsroom, how they have adapted services to the changing
needs of the company, and how they implemented new archival databases.



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Creative Learning & Maker Spaces (webinar)
Wednesday, November 20; 1 pm
Slides | Recording | CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 1

Presented by: CJ Lynce, Manager of TechCentral,
Cleveland Public Library (Cleveland, OH)

The foundation of creative learning or ‘maker’ spaces is more about technology
toys and buzzwords. Offering these spaces enables patrons to learn, experiment
and create in their own way, using the methods that benefit them the most.
These ‘maker’ spaces can start with simple creative hands-on programs or
may launch as a larger undertaking.

Learn how your library, large or small, can form a creative-oriented space,
regardless of budget. We’ll discuss ways you can incorporate hands-on
programming, tools, and equipment in your library services so you can begin
offering your own creative learning space.



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Weeding: the Good, the Bad, and the Musty (webinar)
Wednesday, December 11: 10am
Register | CE form
| CE Contact Hours = 1

Presented by: Jeremy Bolom, Head of Public Service,
Lincoln Parish Library (Ruston, LA)


Weeding is not a dirty word. Change your attitude about weeding and take
charge of your collection. Learn the essential steps to make your collection
more useful, comfortable, and attractive for your users.

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