2.6.2018 - Adult Programming Series: 20 More Adult Programming Ideas in One Hour
Get ideas for new ways to engage adult patrons with programming in these fast paced, humorous sessions. Veteran programmer Amy Alessio will go over themes and ideas that were a hit - and ones you may want to avoid! Participate in the chat for a . . .
2.16.2018 - Readers' Advisory Network: Focus on Romance
Join the Readers' Advisory Network to hear about the different facets of the romance genre shared by Sarah Flinn, Popular Library Manager, Cleveland Public Library. Join us for a roundtable discussion.
2.27.2018 - Strengthening Relationships Through Conflict
Conflict occurs for many reasons and is an inevitable part of unique human beings co-existing. Unfortunately few people have had formal training in conflict mediation techniques. As a result, incongruous methods used to manage the . . .
2.28.2018 - Everyday Disability: Welcoming Patrons with Disabilities
People with disabilities, be it physical, mental, or medical, are among the most disadvantaged in our society. According to the US Department of Labor, only 16% of people with disabilities will complete a Bachelor’s and less than 50% will find . . .
3.27.2018 - Libraries and Local History: You Can Do It, Too!
We will cover some key points on how a library can provide local history services and programs to the community. We will look at the basics behind creating a local history program and tour the exhibits at the Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum . . .
This faced paced webinar will lead you through how to plan, prioritize and schedule for a highly effective day. Come with your issues and concerns as there will be time for specific questions and concerns. Don’t miss out on this . . .
In the morning we will touch upon the nuts and bolts of building a digitization program. We’ll start from the very beginning as we discuss the reasons why you want to start scanning, the equipment and knowledge potentially needed, and workflows . . .
5.22.2018 - Tips and Best Practices for Hosting a Successful Cord Cutting Class
Some people pay for cable and satellite television, others opt for Internet streaming services. The latter group, often known as cord cutters, is a population quickly growing in popularity as the ease and accessibility of online streaming content is . . .
Brush up on your writing skills in this one-hour Webinar focusing on content, style, tone and structure. Many library workers write their own program descriptions and promotions, as well as their own newsletters, and this workshop will provide some . . .