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Introduction to Lesson Planning for the One Shot is a six-week course that will introduce participants to basic educational theory, and guide them in using that theory to structure a lesson around their chosen content. Throughout the course, participants will learn the different parts of a basic lesson plan, how to organize those pieces…(Read More)

This course teaches participants that marketing and promotions can help us better serve our patrons in the 21st century, and improve awareness and regard for our profession. Marketing in the 21st century library is a four week course designed for MLS candidates, graduates, librarians and paraprofessionals who are charged with creating marketing and promotions plans…(Read More)

Reference Interview is a comprehensive six-week course focusing on the methods of evaluating reference service, behavioral aspects of reference service, and the different types of questions that can be used to help patrons identify what they need. Using images and text, this in-depth educational approach covers everything from the approachability of the librarian…(Read More)

Often, new managers have little practical working knowledge of what to expect in their new role, or if they are an existing manager, already in the role, they can be uncertain of the best methods to use in managing other staff, resources and services.  Leaders sometimes emerge from management. Yes, some leaders are born, but…(Read More)

Business Reference 101 is a 4-week course designed for anyone looking to gain knowledge and skills around company, industry, consumer, entrepreneurship and other business- related research topics. This course highlights resources and strategies and also provides collection development tips and suggestions for networking. Students will also have access to proprietary business databases and will…(Read More)

Reference Interview is a comprehensive six-week course focusing on the methods of evaluating reference service, behavioral aspects of reference service, and the different types of questions that can be used to help patrons identify what they need. Using images and text, this in-depth educational approach covers everything from the approachability of the librarian…(Read More)

As library shelving and physical collections continue to vanish, electronic resource collections continue to grow. To keep up with this evolution, we need to expand our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services to meet the needs of our library patrons. In this four-week eCourse, you’ll learn how to utilize ILL services to do just this…(Read More)

Learn how to use marketing and promotions to plan for the future, engage with users, and improve awareness of the library profession. Register for this four-week course beginning on May 20, 2019 which teaches you the difference between marketing and promotions and provides you with advice for when it’s best to implement strategic…(Read More)

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RUSA is pleased to announce summer 2017 online learning opportunities: June “Social Media Assessment for Information Literacy Instructors” Webinar – 6/15/17 This webinar presents a step-by-step path to effective planning and assessment, and stresses the importance of assessment in successful class instruction. July “Serving those who served: Working with the Veteran and…(Read More)

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