Programs

7.25.2018 - Patron Privacy 101
How do you protect patron privacy in the digital age?  Online activities like job searching and social media have presented challenges in keeping our personal information from being shared.  Join us as we discuss the importance of patron . . .
8.2.2018 - Programming for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Rhonda Johnston, Adult Outreach Coordinator,  Reed Memorial Library, focuses on connecting historically underserved populations with library resources. She has transformed the story time for adults with developmental disabilities into a fun and . . .
8.7.2018 - Canva Creative
This webinar will introduce library staff to Canva and share how Cuyahoga Falls Library is using their account to create easy and attractive signage, assist with social media marketing and increase circulation.  . . .
8.21.2018 - Readers' Advisory Network Meeting-Featuring Penguin Random House Book Buzz
Sneak a peek at upcoming titles for Spring 2019, presented by Amanda Fensch, Penguin Random House representative.  You will want to stay for a roundtable discussion with your peers. . . .
9.6.2018 - Weeding 101
Weeding, the withdrawal of materials from a library’s collection, is a necessary process of collection development. Some library professionals, however, may find the task of weeding daunting. Why should we weed? How often should we weed? What . . .
9.19.2018 - They're Not Kids Anymore: Adult Learning Basics for Library Program Planners
Do you design technology programs and classes for adult patrons in your community? If so, it’s important to understand the basics about how adults learn, where their motivation comes from, and what it takes to keep them engaged. Join Monica . . .
10.10.2018 - Creating Programs for Patrons in Their 20s and 30s
Presenters will discuss their experience with programming for Millennials, including establishing a new program series, developing a brand, and marketing techniques.  Attendees will learn about specific programs such as bar trivia, a book club . . .
10.16.2018 - Making Movable Books Pop into Library Programming
This workshop will expand the participants' knowledge of movable books through an examination of their history, creators, and publishers.  Participants will appreciate the variety of formats, purposes, and styles that characterize these books by . . .
10.25.2018 - Back to the Book XVIII: Narrative Nonfiction and Listener/Audiobook Advisory
One of NEO-RLS’s most popular programs, Back to the Book is in its 19th year.  This year 's Back to the Book will focus on narrative nonfiction and listener/audio advisory.  We will start the morning off with Bestselling Author . . .
10.30.2018 - Make Your Library Deaf-Friendly
Join Ben Gulyas, Deaf Services Coordinator at the Coventry Village Branch of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library, who will talk about the various aspects of making your library Deaf-friendly.  He will give tips for . . .