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Have you wanted to add manga to your library collection but don't know where to start?
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Learn to implement changes in public library spaces to better meet the needs of patrons with disabilities.
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Are you charged with training and mentoring teachers on copyright and fair use? Do colleagues come to you with specific questions? All educators must have an understanding of copyright, fair use, terms of service, and licensing agreements in the digital age.This session will build your foundation of knowledge and provide you with resources to confidently train your teachers and administrators on these concepts. Learn to navigate the copyright maze and help your staff do the same.
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Explore books that will help children struggling with difficult personal issues feel seen and heard! Education consultant Aliza Werner will moderate a discussion with middle grade authors Nicole D. Collier, Chrystal D. Giles, and Jessica Vitalis, focusing on how difficult experiences from their childhoods shaped their journeys and their books, offering readers tangible evidence that no matter how hard life may currently seem, there is always room for hope and healing.
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This program provides a flexible plan for teaching students to review books over 3-6 meetings, tips for implementation, and a graphic organizer to help students map their reviews.
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Learn how to start a book club for millennials, get them in the door, and keep them coming back!
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Ashley J. Cooksey shares actionable tips to take the first steps to create a school library that is inclusive and mindful of all learners, including those struggling with self-identification, mental disorders (including depression and anxiety).
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This interactive session will give school librarians the theory, models, materials, and inspiration to lead their students and their schools in integrating habits of critical thinking about media throughout the curriculum at all grade levels.  By transforming the use of media in our libraries and classrooms to include student-centered, curriculum-driven, inquiry-based analysis – school  librarians can prepare a civic-ready generation to habitually question media messages and their own thinking.
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Participants will learn about the resources for educators in all content areas and all grade levels provided by NASA.
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Learn how you can increase equity in access and expand teaching opportunities for your school through free open education resources and creative commons sources.
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This session will equip librarians and educators with the knowledge and resources to ethically and effectively use, create and share Openly-Licensed Educational Resources (OER).
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Learn how to evaluate the impact of summer learning programs and how to build programming that targets underserved youth.
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This 90-minute recording will learn the typical phases of the strategic planning process.
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Grow beyond traditional programming or reinvigorate classic programs with ready-to-replicate new ideas!
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Every school library space, program, resource, and instructional activity is focused on empowering students to be successful and motivated learners.  Participants will examine portraits of engaged and empowered learners at grades 2, 5, 8, and 12 and will recognize the school librarian's role in enabling students to grow academically, socially, personally, and culturally. Participants will leave the session ready to start painting the portraits of successful learners in their own schools.
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Learn how to build a process for intentional innovation and experimentation at your library.
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Explore ow the pairing of primary sources and picture books can enhance the awareness of a historic event or individual and also the author’s or illustrator's interpretation of history.
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In this session, we will take a look at multiple picture books that provide a segue into coding.
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This program will help you set up an engaging Earth Day Program
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Learn how easy podcasting can be, from recording and editing audio to finding and overlaying sound effects and music.
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This recording webcast will help library employees feel fully prepared and confidents when communicating and interacting with people with disabilities.
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Authors and former educators discuss how unpacking the racial and class biases of our identities better enable us to foster more positive and authentic relationships with the young people in our lives.
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Learn best practices and strategies for supporting staff, board, community members through program challenges.
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Prepare yourself to combat book challenges.
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Learn and apply strategies to place historic maps, cartoons, letters, photographs, and more from the Library of Congress at the center of inquiry-based learning.
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With book challenges sweeping the country, including many targeting award-winning comics, the need for education and resources to properly address them has never been greater. This session will present a brief history of comics challenges and offer a range of proven strategies for reviewing and protecting your collections, your staff, and your students.
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Problematic Award-Winning Texts: Daniel Boone, the Newbery Award, and Children's Librarianship
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Learn the benefits of developing programs for patrons with intellectual, cognitive, and/or developmental disabilities.
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In this on-demand webinar, librarian Jason Katsion will share tools and tips for assessing the immigration services needs of your community and forging community partnerships to meet those needs.
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Tips and tricks for providing library services to seniors, the most vulnerable population affected during COVID-19.
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