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Fundamentals of Preservation 2024 - Session 4.0
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Start Date: October 7, 2024, 9:00 am CDT
End Date: November 1, 2025, 5:00 am CDT
Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management 2024 - Session 5.0
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Start Date: October 14, 2024, 12:00 am CDT
End Date: November 7, 2024, 12:00 am CST
Fundamentals of Electronic Resources Acquisitions 2024 - Session 5.0
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Start Date: October 14, 2024, 9:00 am CDT
End Date: November 8, 2024, 5:00 pm CST
Fundamentals of Cataloging 2024 - Session 6.0
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Start Date: October 21, 2024, 9:00 am CDT
End Date: December 6, 2024, 5:00 pm CST
Fundamentals of Cataloging 2024 - Session 6.1
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Start Date: October 21, 2024, 9:00 am CDT
End Date: December 6, 2024, 5:00 pm CST
Learn how to use state award picture books as a platform for addressing the AASL Standards Framework for Learners!
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This presentation breakdowns why graphic novels should be considered “real” academic reading, illustrate the relevancy of their use in secondary curricula, and provide attendees with methods for staying informed of the newest titles.
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This webinar will empower participants add diverse titles to their collection through awards, lists, websites and social media.
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This webinar will give you tools to address concerns, dispel myths, and show the benefits that comics and graphic novels bring to classrooms and libraries.
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With concrete goals and plans for collection diversity audit data, it can help create inclusive public library collections.
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Join Laura Mann as she discusses techniques used in her five libraries to determine when weeding needs to happen, what to do with discarded materials, and how to get it all done with faculty, staff, and administration on your side.
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Synopsis of each book are given as well as activities to garner student interest and tips for utilizing social media to promote the library and meet students where they are.
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This panel highlights the experiences of two school library media supervisors currently working within Florida's restrictive collection development policy environment, and is framed by how these restrictive laws are impacting collection development diversity and implications for the future. Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss their own experiences with each other and will come away with at least three strategies for working within restrictive collection development environments.
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Teachers, creators, book distributors, and library experts offer details on where to find quality reviews, collection development assistance, programming tools and ideas, and more!
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Hear the process, results, and learnings from Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Public Library’s first diversity audit of YA materials.
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Curating a school library collection extends beyond selecting popular titles, and the roles that school librarians fill have evolved well past maintaining materials. Explore all the aspects of the Curate Shared Foundation in the National School Library S
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Learn ways to incorporate digcit & tech ethics lessons alongside some of the classic (and new!) dystopian books, short stories, & poems that are often studied in the classroom.
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Learn about strategies to empower institutions and communities historically marginalized, underserved, and underrepresented.
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From identifying bed bugs to treatment and mitigation options to help you protect your library's facilities and collections.
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Panelists share their experiences with censorship and navigating a graphic novel challenge.
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Talking about issues related to racial justice is difficult in today's political climate. Given the uptick of reported incidents of racism that students of color are experiencing in schools, alongside recent developments with state laws, educational policies and instructional practices connected to anti-racism and equity, this webinar will focus on children's literature that supports racial literacy development.
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Join a tour of the best graphic novels you can add to your collections.
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Learn how to genrefy a fiction collection on your own and how it has drastically enhanced how students choose their books.
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Learn how to boost authentic, equitable representation in your library collection through selection auditing, weeding, and marketing.
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Auditing libraries is vital work and ensures that stories captured within the collection create positive views, showcase many perspectives, and celebrate what makes all humans unique.
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Looking to better connect your collection to your campus’ instructional needs?
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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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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 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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