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Managers and leaders often emerge serendipitously, from their prior experiences¬†and the needs and expectations of administration. Yes, some managers and leaders are born, but others develop through training, mentoring, and a commitment to lifelong learning. Often, new managers have little practical working knowledge of what to expect in a managerial role. This course prepares…(Read More)

Get Paid for your Expertise! RUSA wants to pay you to share your expertise in all things reference, user services, and instruction! What’s your lastest innovation you want to share? What new ideas are you trying out? Our programs address innovative services and trends, emerging technologies, management, and leadership or staff training. RUSA invites…(Read More)

Register today for this 60-minute webinar titled “Level Up: Tools and Tips for More Engaging Online Learning” scheduled for Wednesday, April 14, 2021 @ 12:00pm Central. Navigating the library environment during the COVID-19 pandemic has engendered technological partnerships that enable us to connect meaningfully with our communities. Librarians will discuss their use…(Read More)

This course will provide patrons with the theoretical and practical tools and resources needed to conduct quality assessment of asynchronous and synchronous online library instruction. More information can be found here: http://www.ala.org/rusa/assessment-online-library-instruction…(Read More)

The Design and Marketing for Libraries course will teach students how to market their library to send positive messages, advocate, promote, and engage with their users. This course is for librarians and library staff of any type (public, academic, etc.) that are responsible for or involved with promoting the library via social media and other…(Read More)

RUSA invites experienced librarians and subject matter experts to submit proposals for webinars and online courses to be added to RUSA’s outstanding online learning offerings. We particularly encourage submissions that address innovative services and trends, emerging technologies, management and leadership or, staff-training in following topic areas: Reference services User instruction Assessment of services…(Read More)

For African Americans, piecing together family history presents unique challenges. Fortunately, there are now wonderful local and online sources with collections of data that can provide insight into who you are, and where you came from. Learning about family history allows you to uncover your own history, to discover your ancestors and understand their legacy…(Read More)

Any information professional working in an educational setting should be prepared to educate their peers and administrators on the benefits of Open Educational Resources (OER) adoption. In addition, students need to be regularly educated on the pros and cons of OER in the classroom to give them an opportunity to rate the success of such…(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)