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Library Professional Development
A compilation of free and low-cost resources for your professional development needs, with thanks to Jennifer Natale at Miami University's King Library.
This is a very incomplete list of free webinars and training for academic library workers. You can use this list for your own professional development or to assign your supervisees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please feel free to add suggestions, especially for missing content areas.
Contact: Jessica Dai, email@example.com
Link to this document: http://bit.ly/FreeLibraryWebinars
In order to support our members, many of whom are also closed or who have employees that need to work from home, we’re making OhioNET’s Training Archive of continuing education webinars available to all members for free through June 30. Please take advantage of this rich resource. For more information, check this link.
The State Library of Ohio is pleased to announce a new opportunity for training and on-the-job support tools. Ohio library staff now have unlimited access, at no charge, to the general technology and business skills courses and instructional videos from Skillsoft.
For librarians who work in information literacy program development, creating and sustaining meaningful ties with a diverse range of campus stakeholders is an essential and complex task. This webinar will involve participants in a discussion about cultivating effective institutional collaborations, from identifying and engaging potential partners to curriculum mapping strategies to assessing (and sometimes ending) campus relationships.
Are you involved in building an instruction program but are challenged to bring the pieces together because the people involved don’t report directly to you? Having trouble trying to figure out how to put all of the pieces of your program together? Join us to learn about ways to influence people involved in your instruction program so that the work gets done in a more collaborative way. Hear about and share ideas to align the strengths and challenges of your instruction program to your overall goals.
For librarians who teach, learning outcomes are vital. Without them, it is difficult to assess learning and gauge success. This session will discuss all aspects of learning outcomes so that participants can integrate them into their teaching practice.
Denison Libraries, 100 W College, Granville, Ohio 43023
Phone: 740-587-6235, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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