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Learn the benefits of developing programs for patrons with intellectual, cognitive, and/or developmental disabilities.
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Learn how to start your own library group to help support and affirm families and build community with allies.
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Explore music, movement, and play to promote student inquiry and reflection and meet the needs of diverse learners.
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Learn how to successfully attract, retain, and collaborate with coworkers who are neurodivergent in public libraries.
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Hear from transgender and nonbinary library staff and managers about how workplaces can be inclusive and welcoming.
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Library of Congress preserves and elevates stories in primary sources from marginalized voices with exhibitions, collections.
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Dive into various aspects of manga and anime - from basic definitions and genres to collection development and readers’ advisory to working with learners to start your own manga/anime club.
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Learn about staff training and techniques to serve patrons experiencing homelessness that apply to libraries of all sizes.
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Identify current barriers and possible solutions to transgender inclusion at your library.
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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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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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Learn how Queens and Brooklyn Libraries found ways to provide a new collection of services to system-impacted individuals.
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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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How do we create library policies that are more inclusive and consider their impact on marginalized populations?
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Understand more about what trauma is and how a trauma-informed approach aligns with library values (2nd in a series).
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