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Learn more American Sign Language vocabulary and grammar appropriate for use in a library setting and place that information within a linguistic and cultural context to aid participants in improving library services to patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
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Start Date: October 7, 2024, 12:00 am CDT
End Date: November 17, 2024, 12:00 am CST
Learn basic American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary appropriate for use with children in library and classroom settings as well as how to teach stories, songs, and other activities that incorporate ASL.
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Start Date: January 6, 2025, 12:00 am CST
End Date: February 16, 2025, 12:00 am CST
This webinar will empower participants add diverse titles to their collection through awards, lists, websites and social media.
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n this presentation, engage with makerspace accessibility, universal design, and work through real-world scenarios. Presenters will also offer information and findings on school library makerspaces and accessibility in the US.
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Adapted Library serves as a place for children to come and work on social skills, literacy skills, and sensory participation.
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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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Learn how to ensure that your library is a welcoming place for all customers with sensory needs.
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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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How can cultural intelligence shape library policies, services, and programs to bridge cultural gaps? (2nd in a series)
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Understand how a trauma-informed service philosophy can reduce harm for library staff and patrons (3rd in a series).
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Hear how one library created an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access roadmap with engagement across the organization.
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Brave Voices, Brave Choices is a public promise to learn, grow, and act to create the reality we want for all people.
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Identify best practices to create and maintain a BIPOC library workers’ affinity group that empowers members.
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Learn to define cultural intelligence and the impacts of holding different values from majority culture.
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Positioning library values--equity, diversity, inclusion, and intellectual freedom--at the center of the academic program benefits all learners.
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What training and preparation does your Board of Trustees need to be prepared for a crisis? Learn how to be proactive in developing a well-prepared board, and what best practices, policies, and procedures need to be developed or revisited.
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Learn best practices for providing safe, appropriate, compassionate outreach services based on healthy boundaries.
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Learn to identify opportunities for authentically collaborative community partnerships focused on local history.
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The presenters share ways they have implemented change in their library spaces and will engage participants in critical discussions and reflection about how we can further improve our practices to achieve social justice within our sphere of influence.
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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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These two webinars will help you function effectively across national, ethnic, and organizational cultural boundaries.
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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 to identify potential barriers to library use in your community and how to develop policy solutions.
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Examine how to build and safeguard LGBTQ+-inclusive collections, instruction, and spaces using AASL’s resource guide, Defending Intellectual Freedom: LGBTQ+ Materials in School Libraries.
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Library staff know the impact of their collections and displays—and strive to empower young readers by providing vetted materials that respect their differences and similarities. Join this hands-on session to learn how to analyze collections of children's and young adult titles for a myriad of diverse measures, including cultural representation, reading level, recency, and beyond. Attendees will leave with an actionable plan to help all of the readers in their community feel seen and included.
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Wendy Garland and Laura D'Elia created their own equity and inclusion (DEI) library lessons, K-5, which incorporate the Learning for Justice Standards, AASL Standards, and recommended picture books from the Diverse BookFinder.  First, the presenters will share their experience of teaching the lessons with students. Then, the presenters will guide participants in building DEI lessons including how to use the Diverse BookFinder to identify specific books to align with each lesson.
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In this on-demand webinar, learn best practices for providing disability services. Be guided through the process to create or expand these services in your library, for all ages and for any budget. Also learn about assistive technology options, and how to advocate with your administration and staff for inclusion of these services.
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Learn how to best serve patrons with disabilities by understanding their community, culture, and needs.
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Learn about strategies to empower institutions and communities historically marginalized, underserved, and underrepresented.
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Presenters provide an overview of the consequences of implicit bias and the impact of microaggressions and outline strategies for addressing specific actions that may create uncomfortable spaces for black, indigenous, and people of color.
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