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Explore research, then informally collect and examine data to define recent pivots to varied reading platforms.
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Identify current barriers and possible solutions to transgender inclusion at your library.
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Learn to train staff to present virtually, integrate community partners, and strategies to transition programs to online.
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In Part 1 of this webinar series, participants will be able to define trauma and its causes, and identify principles of trauma-informed care in the library service field.
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In this webinar, participants will be able to self-assess where opportunities lie to provide trauma-informed supervision, and explore practical strategies to mitigate compassion fatigue and professional burnout among staff through trauma-informed supervision.
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It is not uncommon for library workers to be exposed to primary or vicarious trauma over the course of their career. According to the recent Urban Library Trauma Study, nearly 70% of respondents shared that they had experienced violent or aggressive beha
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The Trustee Academy is a series of online courses to help Trustees become exceptionally proficient in their roles on behalf of their libraries. All of the online courses are taught by a professional in the field. Courses include:Trustee Compete
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Learn how two libraries are building staff and community understanding of how to build kinship with Indigenous communities.
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This session will focus on integrating the AASL School Library Standards and the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards in the school library.
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Learn about common strategies used by political groups in their efforts to censor youth materials, how to identify and name these behaviors, and how doing so can empower library staff to develop proactive strategies for responding in ways that protect their safety and integrity.
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Understand Your Library’s Community Better with Census Data
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Members of the PLA Social Work Task Force introduce you to the use of trauma-informed approaches in public libraries.
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Panelists discuss challenge-based learning, maker service projects and other exciting developments in the field of school library makerspaces and how they can engage your learners.
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With public libraries eliminating fines as a means of reducing barriers to access, why don’t people return their books?
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Library podcasts can be an effective marketing tool and can humanize staff and services to your community.
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Learn how Queens and Brooklyn Libraries found ways to provide a new collection of services to system-impacted individuals.
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As schools embrace technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as a promising tool for enhancing instructional practices. However, using AI responsibly and ethically in instructional spaces is a challenge, and it's the responsibility of school librarians. This session will empower participants to navigate the complexities of AI, help students benefit from this technology, and ensure their safety.
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Learn to develop “people-first” marketing and strategies to reach historically marginalized segments of your community.
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This session will demonstrate to participants how school librarian use of 3D printing can help teachers augment their lessons, develop higher order thinking and research, and give students exposure to 21st century technology.
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Learn the art of a well-curated book display and booklist that are both diverse and inclusive.
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The presenters explore the possibilities for engaging learners of all ages in authentic, meaningful work that sparks curiosity and builds real world skills.
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Align your superpowers as a librarian with the new standards and the needs of your school community.
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Learn how to navigate the Edelweiss portal
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Virtual Field Trips for the 21st Century Learner
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Students need responsive, timely book recommendations, but as a busy school librarian that can prove difficult if not impossible! Learn how to develop your own highly visual book lists on almost any topic using Canva templates. Special attention will be paid to basic Canva techniques, including layout, design, and sharing of templates. Methods for collection analysis will be shared with an emphasis on identifying diverse categories of books.
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What better way to market your library program than empowering users to virtually experience all it has to offer 24/7? Increase patron confidence and comfort when browsing your library through an interactive 3-D virtual tour, embedding audio, video, helpful links, and even surveys and online chats so that all readers - avid, occasional, struggling, reluctant - can be fully immersed in the library experience.
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Participants will understand student voice and the positive impact it has on students and school communities, see examples of student voice in action, and will create a plan to encourage student voice in their own school libraries.
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An autistic librarian shares strategies and book recommendations to build collections and programming that represents children with mental, behavioral, or developmental conditions.
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Learn to mobilize staff and leverage tools to develop technology skills in the reference department and beyond.
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How do we create library policies that are more inclusive and consider their impact on marginalized populations?
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