Recorded Webinars

TitleDatePresenter
H is for Hidden Barriers21-Jul-17Mary Martinez
Digitization, Digital Libraries, and You! Copyright and Digital Libraries20-Jul-17Katie McCormick
Accidental Systems Librarianship19-Jul-17Maurine McCourry, MLIS, PhD.
SMILE: Dealing with Change13-Jul-17Claudia Monte
The S.T.E.A.M. Games: Teaching through Games and Competitions6-Jul-17Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
ACCESSibility Points: S is for Special Needs16-Jun-17Christine Drewel, PhD
DigiRef Academy: You CAN Get There From Here: Beginning Research in Hospitality13-Jun-17Susan Smith, Ph.D.
Music and Art = Loud and Messy? Not always!8-Jun-17Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Collection Development Basics7-Jun-17Maurine McCourry, MLIS, PhD.
DDI: G is for Generational Differences26-May-17Linda Bruno
Copy Cataloging for Music Materials24-May-17Maurine McCourry, MLIS, PhD.
DigiRef Academy: Disability Resources – Empowering ALL People with Information23-May-17Dr. Stephanie Rollins
ACCESSibility Points: E is for Empowerment5-May-17Christine Drewel, PhD
Makerspace Management - Adding S.T.E.A.M. Without “Blowing Your Top”4-May-17Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
F is for Family28-Apr-17Linda Bruno
Developing Selection Criteria and Workflows for Digital Collections27-Apr-17Katie McCormick
DigiRef Academy: Education: #2 Pencil Not Required25-Apr-17Dr. Stephanie Rollins
SMILE: Planning, Prioritizing, and Delegating19-Apr-17Claudia Monte
Tools and Technologies for Building Digital Collections18-Apr-17Katie McCormick
ACCESSibility Points: C is for Courage7-Apr-17Christine Drewel, PhD
E is for Empathy17-Mar-17Christine Drewel, PhD
DigiRef Academy: Working with Children and Teens, Are You a Robot Ninja?13-Mar-17Dr. Susan Smith
The Future of Technology9-Mar-17Brian Pichman
Setting Priorities in Copy Cataloging8-Mar-17Maurine McCourry, MLIS, PhD.
ACCESSibility Points: C is for Culture3-Mar-17Christine Drewel, PhD
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Bringing Your Projects to Life23-Feb-17Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Growing "Up" or "Out"17-Feb-17Linda Bruno
SMILE: Understanding HR Legalities15-Feb-17Claudia Monte
ACCESSibility Points: A is for Accessibility10-Feb-17Christine Drewel, PhD
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Funding Your Start Up
9-Feb-17Brian Pichman
DigiRef Academy: Health and Medicine, Am I Dying?7-Feb-17Dr. Stephanie Rollins
D is for Developing Cultural Competence3-Feb-17Mary Martinez
Kickin’ It Old School: Low-Tech Solutions in S.T.E.A.M.27-Jan-17Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Marketing Your Start Up26-Jan-17Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Image IS Everything20-Jan-17Linda Bruno
SMILE: Building Organizational Reputation18-Jan-17Claudia Monte
C is for Community13-Jan-17Linda Bruno
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Launch a Site12-Jan-17Brian Pichman
DigiRef Academy: Religion, It’s a Question of Faith10-Jan-17Dr. Stephanie Rollins
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Understanding Library Culture and Your Part In It16-Dec-16Linda Bruno
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Building a Brand15-Dec-16Brian Pichman
Setting Up a Digital Reference Program: How to Serve our Patrons Effectively (Closed Captioned Recording)9-Dec-16Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Staying Organized1-Dec-16Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Understanding Your Gifts, Passions, and Values18-Nov-16Linda Bruno
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Writing the Proposal17-Nov-16Brian Pichman
DigiRef Academy: Setting Up a Digital Reference Program Part One15-Nov-16Dr. Stephanie Rollins
B is for Beliefs4-Nov-16Christine Drewel, PhD
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Brainstorming November 3, 2016Brian Pichman
SMILE: Delivering Excellent Customer Service Skills 2-Nov-16Claudia Monte
A is for Attitudes28-Oct-16Christine Drewel, PhD
OCLC & Library of Congress Faceted Vocabularies21-Oct-16Dr. Karen Snow
Big Ideas on A Small Budget and Other Innovative Funding Alternatives20-Oct-16Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Understanding What Opportunity Means14-Oct-16Linda Bruno
SMILE: Setting Departmental and Individual Goals12-Oct-16Claudia Monte
Raising Awareness of Information Accessibility Challenges Via Simulation – The DESK Kit6-Sep-16Dr. Jackie Brodsky
Digital Copyright Part Two30-Aug-16Katie McCormick
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: Music17-Aug-16Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
DigiRef Academy: Resources for Job Searching4-Aug-16Dr. Naomi Gold
Digital Copyright Part One21-Jul-16Katie McCormick
DigiRef Academy: Resources for Genealogy7-Jul-16Dr. Naomi Gold
DDI: T is for Taking Action17-Jun-16DeEtta Jones
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: Art15-Jun-16Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
DigiRef Academy: Resources for the Natural Sciences2-Jun-16Dr. Naomi Gold
DDI: I is for Involving20-May-16Linda Bruno
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: M is for Manage Your Stress6-May-16Linda Bruno
DDI: S is for Social Justice15-Apr-16DeEtta Jones
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: Engineering and Building13-Apr-16Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: R is for Respect8-Apr-16Linda Bruno
DigiRef Academy: Resources for American and World History7-Apr-16Dr. Naomi Gold
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: O is for Ownership18-Mar-16Linda Bruno
DigiRef Academy: Resources for the Law and Legal Studies10-Mar-16Dr. Naomi Gold
DDI: R is for Relationships4-Mar-16Linda Bruno
Access and Community Engagement3-Mar-16Dr. Naomi Gold
Makers All Around You – Being Creative in Your Library and Beyond24-Feb-16FLA Continuing Education Event
“E” is for Evaluating19-Feb-16DeEtta Jones
Successfully Supervising People: Conflict Resolution17-Feb-16Claudia Monte
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: T is for Thank Them12-Feb-16Linda Bruno
DigiRef Academy: Resources for Business and Commerce11-Feb-16Dr. Naomi Gold
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: The Technology Behind S.T.E.A.M.10-Feb-16Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Successfully Supervising People: Delegation and Communication3-Feb-16Claudia Monte
DDI: V is for Versatility22-Jan-16Linda Bruno
Successfully Supervising People: Emotional Intelligence20-Jan-16Claudia Monte
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: S is for Silence15-Jan-16Linda Bruno
Successfully Supervising People: Situational Leadership6-Jan-16Claudia Monte
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: The “Science” of S.T.E.A.M.15-Dec-15Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
DigiRef Academy: Ready Reference10-Dec-15Dr. Naomi Gold
DDI: I is for Identity20-Nov-15DeEtta Jones
DigiRef Academy: Reference Interview12-Nov-15Dr. Naomi Gold
XML, EAD, & MODS6-Nov-15Dr. Karen Snow
Developing Effective Outreach Programs in Libraries29-Oct-14Dr. Naomi Gold
“D” is Designing Inclusive Services23-Oct-14Yolanda Cuesta
DigiRef Academy Inaugural Webinar15-Oct-15Dr. Naomi Gold
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library 13-Oct-15Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Dublin Core and Controlled Vocabularies9-Oct-15Dr. Karen Snow
Introduction to Metadata for Digital Resources 18-Sep-15Dr. Karen Snow
How To Assist Patrons With Disabilities Most Effectively Part 211-Sep-15Heather Hobbs Woodard
Basics of Records Management10-Sep-15Bureau of Archives and Records Management
Y is for YOU!28-Aug-15Linda Bruno
Electronic Resources Part 2: Evaluating and Enhancing Electronic Resources30-Jul-15Michael Rodriguez
Electronic Resources Part 1: Managing and Licensing Electronic Resources16-Jul-15Michael Rodriguez
How To Assist Patrons With Disabilities Most Effectively19-Jun-15Heather Hobbs Woodard
“T” is for Thinking Styles12-Jun-15Linda Bruno
Patron-Driven Acquisitions Part 229-May-15Dr. Naomi Gold
“I” is for INCLUSIVITY in Workplace Culture8-May-15Dr. Bob Bitting
Copyright and Fair Use for Libraries
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30-Apr-15Michael Rodriguez
“S” is for Stereotypes24-Apr-15Linda Bruno
Providing Understanding and Resources for Patrons with Disabilities Part 217-Apr-15Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Patron Driven Acquisitions Part 110-Apr-15Dr. Naomi Gold
“R” is for Respect13-Mar-15Linda Bruno
“E” is for Energizing Your Workplace with Diversity and Culture20-Feb-15Linda Bruno
Providing Understanding and Resources for Patrons with Disabilities Part 113-Feb-15Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Open Access: What’s In It For Your Library?29-Jan-15Michael Rodriguez
V is for the Values We Each Bring to Our Communities16-Jan-15Linda Bruno
BIBFRAME Update12-Dec-14Dr. Karen Snow
I is for Identify with Who You Are5-Dec-14Julie Tompkins
D is for the Differences in Our World24-Oct-14Linda Bruno
Advanced Collection Development: Special Materials and Resource Sharing19-Sep-14Melissa Adler, Ph.D.
Monsters, Mysteries and Magic: Spooky Resources and Program Ideas12-Sep-14Susan Smith, Ph.D.
Intermediate Collection Development: Assessment, Policy and Budgets29-Aug-14Melissa Adler, Ph.D.
The ABC’s of Collection Development: Basic Concepts and Overview22-Aug-14Melissa Adler, Ph.D.
Twitter for Your Library: Is it Right for You?25-Jul-14Scott Brown
RDA Authority Records18-Jul-14
9 ways to Stay Cool, Calm, and Collected 11-Jul-14Linda Bruno
Facebook for Your Library: Is it Right for You?27-Jun-14Scott Brown
Arresting the Time Robbers in Your Life13-Jun-14Linda Bruno
Cataloging Electronic Resources Using RDA6-Jun-14Dr. Karen Snow
Current Trends in Technology and Tools for Marketing Your Library 30-May-14Scott Brown
STEM The Future28-Mar-14Angela Young
MARC, BIBFRAME, and their Relationship to RDA
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28-Feb-14Dr. Karen Snow
A Beginner’s Guide to RDA
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22-Nov-13Dr. Karen Snow
Serving Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Part 220-Nov-13Dr. Lesley S.J. Farmer
Serving Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Part 113-Nov-13Dr. Lesley S.J. Farmer
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math ( STEM) – The Basics8-Nov-13Angela Young
A Beginner’s guide to FRBR (and How It Relates to RDA)25-Oct-13Dr. Karen Snow
Marketing Your Library Using Social Media26-Jul-13Scott Brown
Introduction to Reference Services12-Jul-13Kim Reycraft
Dealing Effectively With Difficult Patrons and Students14-Jun-13Scott Brown
Social Tools for Finding Information10-May-13Scott Brown
Basic Cataloging Using RDA26-Apr-13Dr. Melissa A. Adler
Using Twitter as Your Professional News Curator5-Apr-13Francisca Goldsmith
What is RDA & Why Now?22-Mar-13Dr. Melissa A. Adler
The Impact of Words: Words to Use vs. Words to Lose18-Jan-13Steve Wishnack, President, Think & Do Inc.
Customer Service at the Library19-Sep-12Steve Wishnack, President, Think & Do Inc.
Integrated Service Points30-Mar-12Lori Driver & Ava Iuliano, Florida International University (Miami, Florida)

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