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Learn marketing principles and standards of design¬†to apply in library programs and services. Design and marketing are now a required skill in libraries. This webinar teaches you practical principles and skill to help promote and communicate your library’s services and programs. Learn the difference between a good and bad design and the theory…(Read More)

Register in advance for this webinar: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar…(Read More)

Join us on Thursday March 25th at 2:00 pm EST for the second of the Spring 2021 RUSA Volunteer Development Committee speaker series sessions related to equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility (EDIA) issues in RUSA. In this session Jo Schofield will talk about her experiences serving on various book award committees and some of…(Read More)

Register today for the upcoming RUSA webinar titled “The Feeling is Mutual: How a peer consulting program benefits a business librarians and her advisors ” scheduled for Wednesday, March 10, 2021. How did one business librarian provide just-in-time instruction and consultation support to more than 90 undergraduate teams proposing unique business plans each academic…(Read More)

This panel will examine historically-focused online civic engagement programming and voting rights initiatives within libraries and archives. It will explore the innovative ways in which these institutions promote civic literacy by facilitating access to and promoting dialogue around historical information. By bringing together historians and librarians it will seek to answer the following questions…(Read More)

In our digital society, technology can both support and undermine social justice causes. On the one hand, technology can be used to automate, conduct surveillance, and censor, but on the other, it can help provide equal access to information, raise awareness of injustice, aid learning, and organize resistance. Libraries can deploy emerging technologies for activism…(Read More)

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