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In this four-week course, librarian and gerontologist Fatima Perkins shares data-driven strategies that will help you assess the needs of the older population in your community and create impactful programs and services. Each week will target a different aspect of services for this population and provide an opportunity for discussion with the instructor…(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)

Faculty and librarians of the University of California-Davis partnered to create engaging, active remote learning experiences to develop the information research skills of students enrolled in a variety of courses, including Communication, Veterinary Medicine, Animal Science, First-Year Seminars and courses in the University Writing Program. Creating scalable instructional models requires constant iteration and…(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)

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

Whole Person Librarianship applies social work concepts to library practice to improve patron services across library types. As library-social work collaborations expand in number and type across the country, all library staff members can learn to provide more holistic service by applying tools and technique that are grounded in decades of social work practice…(Read More)

Navigating the library environment during the COVID-19 pandemi has engendered technological partnerships that enable us to connet meaningfully with our communities. Librarians will discuss their use of existing and emerging technology to provide access to essential information. During this moderated webinar, three presenters will demonstrate their distinctive online learning objects; a virtual learning environment…(Read More)

In this six-week course, participants will learn about artificial intelligence, become familiar with its basic functionality, and identify ways artificial intelligence can be used in reference and user services. The course will end with a discussion of ethical considerations for the use of artificial intelligence in libraries. More information can be found here: http…(Read More)

In this class, participants will review the skills and experiences needed to be exemplary project managers in a library organization. Interactive and dynamic activities such as discussions, reading assignments, and class exercises will accompany each week’s lectures. The four-part topical tour of project management will culminate with a final project based on project…(Read More)

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