Recorded Webinars

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TitleDatePresenter
Adult Literacy OnlineNovember , 05, 2020Diana Silveira
SPARKLE: Steady Wins the RaceOctober 22, 2020Linda Bruno
Alt Tags: How and Why to Use ThemOctober 15, 2020Diana Silveira
Creating Books With KidsOctober 06, 2020Artistic Literacy
Impostor Syndrome: Will the Real You Please Stand UpSeptember 29, 2020Linda Bruno
Free and Low Cost Alternatives to Popular SoftwareSeptember 23, 2020Diana Silveira
Be Your Best You The Person in the Mirror How Your Choices Determine Your DaysSeptember 22, 2020Linda Bruno
Evaluating & Improving Your Existing WebsiteSeptember 17, 2020Diana Silveira
Solving the Personality Puzzle A 2 Part Webinar - Part 2September 11, 2020Linda Bruno
Emotional Intelligence What It Is and Why It Matters in Your WorkplaceSeptember 02, 2020Linda Bruno
Introduction to Usability TestingAugust 28, 2020Diana Silveira
Solving the Personality Puzzle A 2 Part Webinar - Part 1August 26, 2020Linda Bruno
The Story of US: How We Impact Our CommunitiesAugust 20, 2020Linda Bruno
TUnderstanding and Negotiating Electronic Resource LicensesAugust 19, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Managing Projects Like a Rock Star Tricks of the TradeAugust 18, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Making PDFs Accessible for Patrons with Disabilities (In some areas of this recording audio may be difficult to understand)August 13, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
The Story of the Disgruntled PatronAugust 12, 2020Linda Bruno
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, How Does Your Garden Collection Grow “Tidy It UpAugust 11, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Author Search Confusion: Let’s Talk About Personal Names in RDA and MARCAugust 06, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Your Best You: 5 Habits of People Who Form Good HabitsAugust 05, 2020Linda Bruno
Enhance Accessibility Bridge the Digital Divide for Patrons with Disabilities!July 30, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Demystifying Fixed Fields in MARCJuly 23, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Work with What You've Got Practical Tips for Redesigning Your Library WebsiteJuly 21, 2020Laura Solomon
Carrier on Wayward Son Physical Description Using RDA and MARCJuly 16, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Liar Liar Pants on Fire! Using Misleading Information to Teach Media LiteracyJuly 15, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Making Your Images Ready for the WebJuly 07, 2020Laura Solomon
Positive PR When the Spotlight is on Your LibraryJune 30, 2020Linda Bruno
Publication? Distribution? Copyright? Oh My!June 25, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Power to the Introverts – and Extroverts!June 24, 2020Linda Bruno
Library Marketing 101: Studying Your Target AudienceJune 18, 2020Mark Aaron Polger
Be Your Best You How Language Rules Your Mind And Your LifeJune 16, 2020Linda Bruno
Understand Compassion FatigueJune 11, 2020Linda Bruno
Titles & Tribulations Explore the Basics of Cataloging Titles Using RDA & MARCJune 04, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Tools and Tricks to be Anonymous Online June 02, 2020Brian Pichman
Copyright for Digital LibrariesMay 27, 2020Keila Zayas-Ruiz
9 Ways To Stay Cool, Calm, and Collected May 26, 2020Linda Bruno
Stork Storytime Helps Libraries Deliver LiteracyMay 19, 2020Jennifer Jordebrek
Change: Dealing with the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly!May 15, 2020Linda Bruno
Shields Up! Warding Off NegativityMay 14, 2020Linda Bruno
Beginners Guide to Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records FRBRMay 8, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Identifying and Working with Digital Divide IssuesMay 7, 2020Jessamyn West
Shields Up! Warding Of NegativityApril 28, 2020Linda Bruno
SWFLN Introduces Tech Talk Database and TipsApril 24, 2020Tech Talk
Workflows and Checklists for the Digital Life CycleApril 23, 2020Krystal Thomas
Toto, We’re Not in the Library Any More: Working Effectively Beyond Your BuildingApril 22, 2020Laura Solomon
Be Your Best You: Intentional Blindness-Are You Seeing Only What You Want to SeeApril 15, 2020Linda Bruno
Coronavirus Hoaxes, Fear, and Truth – How Libraries Can HelpApril 09, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Coronavirus Hoaxes, Fear, and Truth – How Libraries Can HelpApril 06, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Introduction to Library Cataloging Standards April 03, 2020Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Coronavirus Hoaxes, Fear, and Truth – How Libraries Can HelpApril 01, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Coronavirus Hoaxes, Fear, and Truth – How Libraries Can HelpMarch 30, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Coronavirus Hoaxes, Fear, and Truth – How Libraries Can HelpMarch 27, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Coronavirus Hoaxes, Fear, and Truth – How Libraries Can HelpMarch 24, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Video EditingMarch 19, 2020Chad Marin
Understand the Differences Between Digitization, Preservation, and CurationMarch 10, 2020Krystal Thomas
Is It True How to Verify Digital Sources Like a Rock StarMarch 06, 2020Dr. Stephanie Rollins
Be Your Best You: Working Out - How to Build Your Confidence MuscleFebruary 12, 2020Linda Bruno
Makerspaces: Taking Them to the Next LevelFebruary 05, 2020Brian Pichman
Readers' Advisory Meets Collection DevelopmentJanuary 30, 2020Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Cataloging Audio Resources (Closed Captioning Available)January 22, 2020Bobby Bothmann
Getting to Know Google Products, Services, and Tools: Part 2 (Closed Captioning Available) January 17, 2020Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Cataloging Electronic Resources (Closed Captioning Available) January 08, 2020Bobby Bothmann
Service Animals in the Library (Closed Captioning Available)January 07, 2020Kodi Miller
Be Your Best You: Motivation from the Inside Out (Closed Captioning Available)December 18, 2019Linda Bruno
Getting to Know Google Products, Services, and Tools: Part 1 (Closed Captioning Available)November 15, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Getting Started with Makerspaces (Closed Captioning Available)November 06, 2019Brian Pichman
Be Your Best You: 20 Life-Changing Words (Closed Captioning Available)October 29, 2019Linda Bruno
Social Media - Expanding Your Digital Presence (Closed Captioning Available)October 09, 2019Brian Pichman
Be a Manager AND a Leader: Manage Yourself and Your Time (Closed Captioning Available)September 11, 2019Linda Bruno
Be a Manager AND a Leader: Encouraging Stories in Your Library (Closed Captioning Available)September 06, 2019Linda Bruno
Invisible Disabilities and Bias - Mental and Cognitive Disabilities (Closed Captioning Available)August 29, 2019Heather Hobbs Woodard
How Do We S.E.R.V.E. Our Patrons? (Closed Captioning Available)August 28, 2019Linda Bruno
Introduction to Digital Preservation
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August 21, 2019Krystal Thomas
Setting Up a Virtual Reality Lab
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August 16, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Be a Manager AND a Leader: Assertiveness for the Unassertive
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August 14, 2019Linda Bruno
Patience IS a Virtue in Today's World!
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August 08, 2019Linda Bruno
Invisible Disabilities and Bias - Physicial Disabilities
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July 26, 2019Heather Hobbs Woodard
Introduction to Digital Project Management
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July 19, 2019Krystal Thomas
Customer Service Master Class: One More Thing
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July 17, 2019Linda Bruno
Exploring Advanced Educational Technology Over 100 Dollars
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July 10, 2019Brian Pichman
Using DPLA Educational Resources
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July 09, 2019Keila Zayas-Ruiz
Be a Manager AND a Leader Positive People = Positive Patrons
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June 19, 2019Linda Bruno
Maker Webinar Exploring Educational Technology Under 100 Dollars 0
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June 11, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Zero Budget Programming
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June 07, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Building Online Courses for Staff and Patrons
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May 30, 2019Brian Pichman
Turning Patrons Into Cheerleader
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May 22, 2019Linda Bruno
Bridge the Digital Divide for Patrons with Disabilities Ensure Accessibility!
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May 10, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D
Artificial Intelligence Implications for Libraries
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May 08, 2019Brian Pichman
Extra Smile Extra Mile
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May 01, 2019Linda Bruno
How To Assist Patrons With Disabilities Most Effectively
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April 30, 2019Heather Woodard
Music Technology Cheap, Quiet, and Fun
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April 29, 2019Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Be A Manager and a Leader: The Leader as a Listener
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April 17, 2019Linda Bruno
Refresh Your Reference Interview Skills (In Person and Virtually)
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April 12, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Refresh Your Reference Interview Skills (In Person and Virtually)
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April 12, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Turning Outward
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March 20, 2019Linda Bruno
Turning Outward
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March 20, 2019Linda Bruno
Getting STEAM Done for Little to No Money
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March 19, 2019Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Getting STEAM Done for Little to No Money
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March 19, 2019Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Customer Service Master Class: Catch 'Em by the Tail
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March 14, 2019Linda Bruno
Customer Service Master Class: Catch 'Em by the Tail
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March 14, 2019Linda Bruno
Finding Free Images Without Worrying About Copyright
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March 01, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Teaching STEAM Through Video Games
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February 26, 2019Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Using Pop Culture to Enhance Library Services
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February 15, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Be a Manager AND a Leader: Confident Coaching
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February 13, 2019Linda Bruno
Advanced Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) and Form/Genre Headings
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February 12, 2019Karen Snow, Ph.D.
10 Tips for Guerilla Branding
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February 5, 2019David Vinjamuri
Virtual Reality
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February 1, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Ready, Set, Goal - Part 2
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January 23, 2019Linda Bruno
Floating Collections Sink or Swim
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January 18, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Customer Service Master Class Rhodium Rules
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January 16, 2019Linda Bruno
Google Scholar Like A Rockstar Part 2
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January 15, 2019Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) Basics (Closed Captioning Available)January 11, 2019Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Google Scholar Like a Rock Star: Part 1 (Closed Captioning Available)December 18, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Will the Real You Stand Up? Dealing with Impostor Syndrome(Closed Captioning Available)November 29, 2018Linda Bruno
To Infinity and Beyond! Physics & Rocket Science for Kids (Closed Captioning Available)November 13, 2018Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Customer Service Master Class: Let's Get Personal (Closed Captioning Available)November 8, 2018Linda Bruno
Ready Set Goal - Part 1 (Closed Captioning Available)October 25, 2018Linda Bruno
Be a Manager AND a Leader: Hire Right the First Time (Closed Captioning Available)October 17, 2018Linda Bruno
Customer Service Like a Rockstar (Closed Captioning Available)September 13, 2018Brian Pichman
Employee Retention – Tips to Success (Closed Captioning Available)August 23, 2018Brian Pichman
DigiRef: Protecting Your Personal Information (Closed Captioning Available)August 21, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
What Library School Didn’t Teach You: Creating a Positive Workplace (Closed Captioning Available)August 16, 2018 Linda Bruno
Project Management for Digital Libraries (Closed Captioning Available)August 14, 2018 Krystal Thomas
Power to the Introverts and Extroverts (Closed Captioning Available)July 27, 2018Linda Bruno
What Library School Didn’t Teach You: Dealing with Difficult Behaviors (Closed Captioning Available)July 19, 2018Linda Bruno
Developing Selection Criteria and Workflows for Digital Collections (Closed Captioning Available)July 17, 2018Krystal Thomas
SMILE: Performance Reviews: Writing and Delivery (Closed Captioning Available)July 12, 2018Claudia Monte
Introduction to DPLA and SSDN (Closed Captioning Available)June 19, 2018Keila Zayas-Ruiz
What Library School Didn’t Teach You: Meetings That Matter (Closed Captioning Available)June 14, 2018Linda Bruno
Beyond Twitter and Facebook: Fostering Community and Collaboration With Social Media (Closed Captioning Available)June 6, 2018Paul Signorelli
Copy Cataloging of Foreign Language Materials (Closed Captioning Available)May 30, 2018Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
Collection Development: Managing the E in Electronic Collection Development (Closed Captioning Available)May 29, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
What Library School Didn’t Teach You: Nine Keys to Delegating Effectively (Closed Captioning Available)May 10, 2018Linda Bruno
Collection Development, Step One: Knowing your Community
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May 08, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Fostering Community Collaboration with Facebook (Closed Captioning Available)May 02, 2018Paul Signorelli
Working with your IT Department (Closed Captioning Available)April 26, 2018Brian Pichman
Making Libraries Accessible: Focusing on the User, Outreach, Programs & Workshops (Closed Captioning Available)April 24, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Fostering Community and Collaboration With Twitter (Closed Captioning Available)April 18, 2018Paul Signorelli
SMILE: Effective Meeting Facilitation (Closed Captioning Available)April 17, 2018Claudia Monte
What Library School Didn’t Teach You: Let's Get Organized! (Closed Captioning Available)April 12, 2018Linda Bruno
Library Security and Tech Policies (Closed Captioning Available)March 29, 2018Brian Pichman
Shortcuts for Tech Services Workflows (Closed Captioning Available)March 21, 2018Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
How Libraries Help Students Find Data to Support Research (Closed Captioning Available)March 20, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
What Library School Didn’t Teach You Know Your Co-workers (Closed Captioning Available)March 15, 2018Linda Bruno
SMILE: Communication Across Generations (Closed Captioning Available)March 14, 2018Claudia Monte
Introduction to Digitization (Closed Captioning Available)March 02, 2018Krystal Thomas and Keila Zayas-Ruiz
RDA in the Real Library World (Closed Captioning Available)February 28, 2018Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
DigiRef Academy: Statistics How do I measure X (Closed Captioning Available)February 27, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Roam Your Community and Meet Them on Their Turf (Closed Captioning Available)February 21, 2018Jill Hurst-Wahl
DigiRef Academy: Serving Veterans (Closed Captioning Available)February 20, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
What Library School Didn’t Teach You Know Thyself (Closed Captioning Available)February 15, 2018Linda Bruno
Tips and Tricks for Windows 10 (Closed Captioning Available)February 14, 2018Diana Silveira
Library Specific Technology and some DIY Alternative (Closed Captioning Available)February 08, 2018Brian Pichman
STEAM Fiction: Ideas for Connecting Literature to STEAM (Closed Captioning Available)February 01, 2018Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
MARC Basics (Closed Captioning Available)January 24, 2018Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
DigiRef Academy: NEWS (Closed Captioning Available)January 23, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
What Library School Didn’t Teach You Emotionally Speaking (Closed Captioning Available)January 18, 2018Linda Bruno
SMILE: HR and the Supervisor (Closed Captioning Available)January 17, 2018Claudia Monte
Technology Infrastructure (Closed Captioning Available)January 11, 2018Brian Pichman
Roam Your Community and Meet Them on Their Turf (Closed Captioning Available)January 10, 2018Jill Hurst-Wahl
Collection Development: Marketing (Closed Captioning Available)January 9, 2018Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
STEAM Recycled: Low Budget (or FREE) STEAM
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January 04, 2018Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Librarians: Saving the World from Fake News (Closed Captioning Available)December 12, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
IT Security for Libraries: Part 3-Disaster Recovery (Closed Captioning Available)December 07, 2017Brian Pichman
Oops: Embracing Training Failures and Learning From Them (Closed Captioning Available)December 06, 2017Maurice Coleman, Jill Hurst-Wahl, and Paul Signorelli
Free Resources for Pictures and Graphics (Closed Captioning Available)November 30, 2017Diana Silveira
E for EVERYONE: Ensuring Your e-Resources are Accessible to All, Part 2 (Closed Captioning Available)November 21, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Homeschool Families and Your Library (Closed Captioning Available)November 15, 2017Kelsey Bates
Serving Diverse Communities with Digital Literacy (Closed Captioning Available)November 07, 2017Paul Signorelli
Getting to Know Your Users (Closed Captioning Available)November 03, 2017Diana Silveira
IT Security for Libraries: Part 2-Dark Web and Anonymity (Closed Captioning Available)November 02, 2017Brian Pichman
E for EVERYONE: Ensuring Your e-Resources are Accessible to All, Part 1 (Closed Captioning Available)October 24, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
IT Security for Libraries: Part 1-Securing Your Library (Closed Captioning Available)October 19, 2017Brian Pichman
SMILE: Leadership 101 (Closed Captioning Available)October 11, 2017Claudia Monte
Making to Make a Difference (Closed Captioning Available)October 05, 2017Mara Hitner, MatterHackers
DigiRef Academy: Reference Service for Patrons with Disabilities (Closed Captioning Available)September 26, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Digital Library Collaborations and Partnerships
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September 25, 2017Katie McCormick
DigiRef Academy: Politics and Government: Participating in YOUR Democracy (Closed Captioning Available)August 22, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
SMILE: The Art of Negotiating (Closed Captioning Available)August 16, 2017Claudia Monte
Diversity Discovery Institute: H is for Hidden Barriers (Closed Captioning Available)July 21, 2017Mary Martinez
Digitization, Digital Libraries, and You! Copyright and Digital Libraries (Closed Captioning Available)July 20, 2017Katie McCormick
Accidental Systems Librarianship (Closed Captioning Available)July 19, 2017Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
SMILE: Dealing with Change (Closed Captioning Available)July 13, 2017Claudia Monte
The S.T.E.A.M. Games: Teaching through Games and Competitions (Closed Captioning Available)July 06, 2017Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
ACCESSibility Points: S is for Special Needs (Closed Captioning Available)June 16, 2017Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
DigiRef Academy: You CAN Get There From Here: Beginning Research in Hospitality (Closed Captioning Available)June 13, 2017Susan Smith, Ph.D.
Music and Art = Loud and Messy? Not always! (Closed Captioning Available)June 08, 2017Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Collection Development Basics (Closed Captioning Available)June 07, 2017Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: G is for Generational Differences (Closed Captioning Available)May 26, 2017Linda Bruno
Copy Cataloging for Music Materials (Closed Captioning Available)May 24, 2017Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
DigiRef Academy: Disability Resources Empowering ALL People with Information (Closed Captioning Available)May 23, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
ACCESSibility Points: E is for Empowerment (Closed Captioning Available)May 05, 2017Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
Makerspace Management - Adding S.T.E.A.M. Without Blowing Your Top (Closed Captioning Available)May 04, 2017Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Diversity Discovery Institute: F is for Family (Closed Captioning Available)April 28, 2017Linda Bruno
Developing Selection Criteria and Workflows for Digital Collections (Closed Captioning Available)April 27, 2017Katie McCormick
DigiRef Academy: Education: #2 Pencil Not Required (Closed Captioning Available)April 25, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
SMILE: Planning, Prioritizing, and Delegating (Closed Captioning Available)April 19, 2017Claudia Monte
Tools and Technologies for Building Digital Collections (Closed Captioning Available)April 18, 2017Katie McCormick
ACCESSibility Points: C is for Courage (Closed Captioning Available)April 07, 2017Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: E is for Empathy (Closed Captioning Available)March 17, 2017Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
DigiRef Academy: Working with Children and Teens, Are You a Robot Ninja? (Closed Captioning Available)March 14, 2017Susan Smith, Ph.D.
The Future of Technology (Closed Captioning Available)March 09, 2017Brian Pichman
Setting Priorities in Copy Cataloging (Closed Captioning Available)March 08, 2017Maurine McCourry, Ph.D.
ACCESSibility Points: C is for Culture (Closed Captioning Available)March 03, 2017Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Bringing Your Projects to Life (Closed Captioning Available)February 23, 2017Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Growing "Up" or "Out" (Closed Captioning Available)February 17, 2017Linda Bruno
SMILE: Understanding HR Legalities (Closed Captioning Available)February 15, 2017Claudia Monte
ACCESSibility Points: A is for Accessibility (Closed Captioning Available)February 10, 2017Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Funding Your Start Up (Closed Captioning Available)February 09, 2017Brian Pichman
DigiRef Academy: Health and Medicine, Am I Dying? (Closed Captioning Available)February 07, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: D is for Developing Cultural Competence (Closed Captioning Available)February 03, 2017Mary Martinez
Kickin It Old School: Low-Tech Solutions in S.T.E.A.M. (Closed Captioning Available)January 27, 2017Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Marketing Your Start Up (Closed Captioning Available)January 26, 2017Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Image IS Everything (Closed Captioning Available)January 20, 2017Linda Bruno
SMILE: Building Organizational ReputationJanuary 18, 2017Claudia Monte
Diversity Discovery Institute: C is for Community (Closed Captioning Available)January 13, 2017Linda Bruno
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Launch a SiteJanuary 12, 2017Brian Pichman
DigiRef Academy: Religion, Its a Question of Faith (Closed Captioning Available)January 10, 2017Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Understanding Library Culture and Your Part In ItDecember 16, 2016Linda Bruno
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Building a BrandDecember 15, 2016Brian Pichman
Setting Up a Digital Reference Program: How to Serve our Patrons Effectively (Closed Captioning Available)December 09, 2016Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Staying OrganizedDecember 01, 2016Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Understanding Your Gifts, Passions, and Values (Closed Captioning Available)November 18, 2016Linda Bruno
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Writing the ProposalNovember 17, 2016Brian Pichman
DigiRef Academy: Setting Up a Digital Reference Program Part One (Closed Captioning Available)November 15, 2016Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: B is for BeliefsNovember 4, 2016Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
Launching an Idea From Concept to Crowd Funding: Brainstorming November 3, 2016Brian Pichman
SMILE: Delivering Excellent Customer Service Skills (Closed Captioning Available)November 2, 2016Claudia Monte
Diversity Discovery Institute: A is for Attitudes (Closed Captioning Available)October 28, 2016Christine Drewel, Ph.D.
OCLC & Library of Congress Faceted Vocabularies (Closed Captioning Available)October 21, 2016Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Big Ideas on A Small Budget and Other Innovative Funding AlternativesOctober 20, 2016Brian Pichman
When Opportunity Knocks, Will You Be Ready? Understanding What Opportunity MeansOctober 14, 2016Linda Bruno
SMILE: Setting Departmental and Individual Goals (Closed Captioning Available)October 12, 2016Claudia Monte
Raising Awareness of Information Accessibility Challenges Via Simulation: The DESK KitSeptember 06, 2016Jackie Brodsky, Ph.D.
Digital Copyright Part TwoAugust 30, 2016Katie McCormick
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: MusicAugust 17, 2016Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
DigiRef Academy: Resources for Job SearchingAugust 04, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Digital Copyright Part OneJuly 21, 2016Katie McCormick
DigiRef Academy: Resources for GenealogyJuly 07, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: T is for Taking ActionJune 17, 2016DeEtta Jones
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: ArtJune 15, 2016Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
DigiRef Academy: Resources for the Natural SciencesJune 02, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: I is for InvolvingMay 20, 2016Linda Bruno
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: M is for Manage Your StressMay 6, 2016Linda Bruno
Diversity Discovery Institute: S is for Social JusticeApril 15, 2016DeEtta Jones
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: Engineering and BuildingApril 13, 2016Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: R is for RespectApril 08, 2016Linda Bruno
DigiRef Academy: Resources for American and World HistoryApril 07, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: O is for OwnershipMarch 18, 2016Linda Bruno
DigiRef Academy: Resources for the Law and Legal StudiesMarch 10, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: R is for RelationshipsMarch 04, 2016Linda Bruno
Access and Community EngagementMarch 03, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Makers All Around You: Being Creative in Your Library and Beyond24-February, 2016FLA Continuing Education Event
Diversity Discovery Institute: E is for Evaluating19-February, 2016DeEtta Jones
Successfully Supervising People: Conflict Resolution17-February, 2016Claudia Monte
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: T is for Thank Them12-February, 2016Linda Bruno
DigiRef Academy: Resources for Business and Commerce11-February, 2016Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: The Technology Behind S.T.E.A.M.10-February, 2016Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Successfully Supervising People: Delegation and Communication3-February, 2016Claudia Monte
Diversity Discovery Institute: V is for VersatilityJanuary 22, 2016Linda Bruno
Successfully Supervising People: Emotional IntelligenceJanuary 20, 2016 Claudia Monte
Handling the S.T.O.R.M. of an Angry Customer: S is for SilenceJanuary 15, 2016Linda Bruno
Successfully Supervising People: Situational LeadershipJanuary 06, 2016Claudia Monte
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library: The Science of S.T.E.A.M.December 15, 2015Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
DigiRef Academy: Ready ReferenceDecember 10, 2015Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: I is for IdentityNovember 20, 2015DeEtta Jones
DigiRef Academy: Reference InterviewNovember 12, 2015Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
XML, EAD, & MODSNovember 06, 2015Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Developing Effective Outreach Programs in LibrariesOctober 29, 2014Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: D is Designing Inclusive ServicesOctober 23, 2014Yolanda Cuesta
DigiRef Academy Inaugural WebinarOctober 15, 2015Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Getting S.T.E.A.M.y in the Library October 13, 2015Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead
Dublin Core and Controlled VocabulariesOctober 09, 2015Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Introduction to Metadata for Digital Resources September 18, 2015Karen Snow, Ph.D.
How To Assist Patrons With Disabilities Most Effectively Part 2September 11, 2015Heather Hobbs Woodard
Basics of Records ManagementSeptember 10, 2015Bureau of Archives and Records Management
Diversity Discovery Institute: Y is for YOU!August 28, 2015Linda Bruno
Electronic Resources Part 2: Evaluating and Enhancing Electronic ResourcesJuly 30, 2015Michael Rodriguez
Electronic Resources Part 1: Managing and Licensing Electronic ResourcesJuly 16, 2015Michael Rodriguez
How To Assist Patrons With Disabilities Most EffectivelyJune 19, 2015Heather Hobbs Woodard
Diversity Discovery Institute: T is for Thinking StylesJune 12, 2015Linda Bruno
Patron-Driven Acquisitions Part 2May 29, 2015Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: I is for INCLUSIVITY in Workplace CultureMay 08, 2015Bob Bitting, Ph.D.
Copyright and Fair Use for Libraries
Presentation: Click Here
April 30, 2015Michael Rodriguez
Diversity Discovery Institute: S is for StereotypesApril 24, 2015Linda Bruno
Providing Understanding and Resources for Patrons with Disabilities Part 2April 17, 2015Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Patron Driven Acquisitions Part 1April 10, 2015Naomi Gold, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: R is for RespectMarch 13, 2015Linda Bruno
Diversity Discovery Institute: E is for Energizing Your Workplace with Diversity and CultureFebruary 20, 2015Linda Bruno
Providing Understanding and Resources for Patrons with Disabilities Part 1February 13, 2015Stephanie Rollins, Ph.D.
Open Access: What's In It For Your Library?January 29, 2015Michael Rodriguez
Diversity Discovery Institute: V is for the Values We Each Bring to Our CommunitiesJanuary 16, 2015Linda Bruno
BIBFRAME UpdateDecember 12, 2014Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Diversity Discovery Institute: I is for Identify with Who You AreDecember 5, 2014Julie Tompkins
Diversity Discovery Institute: D is for the Differences in Our WorldOctober 24, 2014Linda Bruno
DDI: D is Designing Inclusive ServicesOctober 23, 2014Yolanda Cuesta
Advanced Collection Development: Special Materials and Resource SharingSeptember 19, 2014Melissa Adler, Ph.D.
Monsters, Mysteries and Magic: Spooky Resources and Program IdeasSeptember 12, 2014Susan Smith, Ph.D.
Intermediate Collection Development: Assessment, Policy and BudgetsAugust 29, 2014Melissa Adler, Ph.D.
The ABC's of Collection Development: Basic Concepts and OverviewAugust 22, 2014Melissa Adler, Ph.D.
Twitter for Your Library: Is it Right for You?July 25, 2014Scott Brown
RDA Authority RecordsJuly 18, 2014
9 ways to Stay Cool, Calm, and Collected July 11, 2014Linda Bruno
Facebook for Your Library: Is it Right for You?June 27, 2014Scott Brown
Arresting the Time Robbers in Your LifeJune 13, 2014Linda Bruno
Cataloging Electronic Resources Using RDAJune 06, 2014Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Current Trends in Technology and Tools for Marketing Your Library May 30, 2014Scott Brown
STEM The FutureMarch 28, 2014Angela Young
MARC, BIBFRAME, and their Relationship to RDA
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February 28, 2014Karen Snow, Ph.D.
A Beginner's Guide to RDA
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Serving Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Part 2November20, 2013Lesley S.J. Farmer, Ph.D.
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math ( STEM) – The BasicsNovember 08, 2013Angela Young
A Beginner's guide to FRBR (and How It Relates to RDA)October 25, 2013Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Marketing Your Library Using Social MediaJuly 26, 2013Scott Brown
Introduction to Reference ServicesJuly 12, 2013Kim Reycraft
Dealing Effectively With Difficult Patrons and StudentsJune 14, 2013Scott Brown
Social Tools for Finding InformationMay 10, 2013Scott Brown
Basic Cataloging Using RDAApril 26, 2013Melissa A. Adler, Ph.D.
Using Twitter as Your Professional News CuratorApril 05, 2013Francisca Goldsmith
What is RDA & Why Now?March 22, 2013Melissa A. Adler, Ph.D.
The Impact of Words: Words to Use vs. Words to LoseJanuary 18, 2013Steve Wishnack, President, Think & Do Inc.
Customer Service at the LibrarySeptember 19, 2012Steve Wishnack, President, Think & Do Inc.
Integrated Service PointsMarch 30, 2012Lori Driver & Ava Iuliano, Florida International University (Miami, Florida)

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