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Do you want to improve your libraries outreach and marketing activities? Do you want to attract new patrons and reach out to underserved communities? Want to develop a plan that will make your outreach and marketing more efficient and effective? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this course is for you. Over…(Read More)

Is your library interested in creating online tools like videos and infographics? Register today for the November 5, 2019 webinar titled “Online Learning Resources: Creating Instructional Objects” to hear an outline of how the library at the University of California, Davis, formed a working group to strategically develop best practices for creating high quality instructional…(Read More)

Business Reference 101 is for any librarian or librarian-in-training who wants to gain confidence and knowledge around BizRef topics such as company and industry research, consumer and market research, entrepreneurship topics and more. This 3-week long, asynchronous course allows users to go at their own pace as they work their way through…(Read More)

Register for the upcoming webinar titled “Tools for Locating Primary Sources in Archives and Online” scheduled for Wednesday, August 14, 2019. This webinar is intended for librarians who are new to working with patrons who need to find primary sources. It will  cover using four important electronic databases, and several prominent printed resources, to locate…(Read More)

Register for the upcoming Mastering Emotional Intelligence course beginning on October 7, 2019. Emotional Intelligence (EI) is an indispensable skill that can help you and your staff communicate more effectively and help foster a more inclusive library environment. EI is a trait that can be cultivated, and in this four-week course, we will discuss…(Read More)

The webinar will share what the presenter has learned from her unique experience of aggregating more than 200 data programs related to local business and industries. The webinar intends to answer the questions such as “who creates local data?” “What data is available at more granular, below state level?”, “What are the hidden treasures that…(Read More)

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)

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