8.2.2017 - The Librarian as Candidate: How to Activate Voters and Constituents for Support
Voters, constituents, and donors behave the way they do specific reasons, and very little of it has to do with what "library conventional wisdom" says. Most of what drives their behavior—at the polls, when you ask them to advocate, or . . .
Almost everyone has more to do than they can get to in any one day. When you become a manager/supervisor you generally inherit even more things to do in even less time. Poor personal time management skills take a toll on us as individuals . . .
8.30.2017 - How Librarians are Ending Youth Homelessness
Youth homelessness is a growing problem in many communities. Greater Cincinnati is lucky in that there are a number of unique strategies and partnerships addressing youth homelessness. Libraries are an important part of the solution. . . .
9.6.2017 - Legal Reference Guidelines & Basic Legal Research Resources
This webinar will discuss guidelines for legal reference services, as well as review key secondary and primary resources for legislative, administrative, and case law in federal, Ohio, and county/municipal jurisdictions. The session will also . . .
10.10.2017 - The Political Librarian (Academic Libraries): Setting the Stage
The landscape for higher education funding, both overall, and specific to academic libraries, has been radically re-shaped by broader changes in U.S. politics and in the U.S. economy. What are the implications of the “new normal” in . . .
Library staff members have become great photographers for their library, snapping fantastic pictures or videos on the fly for their library event, program or patrons using their phone or tablet. But what do you do with those pictures after . . .
10.31.2017 - The Political Librarian (Academic Libraries):Building the Campus Coalition for Funding Success
It is critical for academic library leaders to understand and anticipate changing budget models and funding formulas on their campuses. To succeed in the future, most important development or advancement work you do each year should be with . . .