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This 90 minute webinar will describe how the process of completing an EEAAP encourages collaboration across library units, provides valuable feedback for vendors, and provides a level of assurance that library patrons with physical or visual disabilities are able to access online resources. To register visit- https://www.ala.org/rusa/ensuring-accessibility-discovery-eeaap…(Read More)

CHICAGO- The American Library Association- Reference and User Services Division (RUSA), continues to offer an outstanding combination of repeat and new courses/webinars. Check out our list of upcoming programming below: Marketing the 21st Century Library Four-week asynchronous course beginning on Monday, September 12, 2022 During this four-week course, participants will learn marketing…(Read More)

The American Library Association- Reference and User Services Division (RUSA), continues to offer an outstanding combination of repeat and new courses/webinars. Check out our list of upcoming programming below: Design and Marketing For Libraries Course Four-week asynchronous course beginning on Monday, June 13, 2022 This four-week course will teach students how to…(Read More)

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

Interested in sharing your expertise with a wider library audience? Motivated to enhance your teaching and presentation skills? Consider submitting a proposal for a webinar or an online course to contribute to RUSA’s outstanding online learning offerings. RUSA encourages librarians and subject experts to submit proposals that address innovative services and trends, emerging technologies…(Read More)

There are dozens and dozens of library resources available to help a librarian or a researcher located primary sources for historical research. This webinar is aimed at those relatively new to reference work around primary sources, and will cover approaches to the reference interview that help focus the discussion, online and print tools to uncover…(Read More)

Creating policies and procedures are the backbone of library operations. Policies and procedures influence everything from circulation to staff training. Ever have a difficult patron or a dispute? Conflict is hard enough to deal with, but not having an answer makes the situation worse for you and the patron. What about library staff? A lack…(Read More)