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Nov 04

[ARCHIVED] Continuing Education Roundup for November

The original item was published from November 4, 2016 1:31 PM to November 4, 2016 1:32 PM

Check out the recently added no cost online continuing education opportunities which have been posted to the Librarian Events calendar on the State Library of Kansas website.

Full details of each event and links to register or join available here: http://kslib.info/librarianevents

Go to kslib.info/CE for CE grant information, archives of past webinars, trainings for library staff, trustees, friends, and foundations, and the State Library’s LIS Collection.

A training page for SLK materials is available– find upcoming webinars and past webinar archives, FAQ sheets, KSLC info, vendor-provided trainings, promotional materials, and more.

Questions? Contact kslc@ks.gov

ADVOCACY
Nov. 17: 4 Simple Ways to Beef Up Your Library Marketing (Demco)
Nov. 30: NCompass Live: Reader of the Week (Nebraska Library Commission)

ASSESSMENT & PLANNING
Nov. 2: What’s a Mission Statement Worth? (4Good)
Nov. 2: Building a 21st Century Library (School Library Journal)
Nov. 10: Project Outcome: Communicating Your Results (Public Library Association)
Nov. 15: Passing the Baton: Succession Planning in a Small Library (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
Nov. 15: Active Shooter Procedures for Libraries (Infopeople)

CAREERS
Nov. 18: A Plan for More Meaningful Work and Professional Fulfillment (American Libraries Live)

CHILDREN & TEENS
Nov. 2: Making the Case for Early STEM Learning (TechSoup)
Nov. 10: Teen Mental Illness 101 (Infopeople)
Nov. 10: High School Diplomas @ the Public Library (Library Journal)
Nov. 14: Inviting Young Children to Explore Process Art (edWeb)
Nov. 15: Engaging Reluctant and Struggling Readers in Your Library (BookList)
Nov. 16: Promoting Literacy Developmentally Appropriately: The Administrator’s Role (Early Childhood Investigations)
Nov. 16: Read Aloud for Middle Graders (American Association of School Librarians)

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT
Nov. 3: Picture Books Galore! New Books for the Newest Readers (BookList)
Nov. 8: Lending Wi-Fi Hotspot Devices to Patrons (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
Nov. 9: Break the Cycle with Evidence-based Analytics and Selection (Library Journal)
Nov. 16: Building a Digital Collection (edWeb)

COMMUNICATION
Nov. 1: Technology Overload: Unplug to Make Real Connections (InSync)
Nov. 2: Dataviz: The New Must-Have Skill for Managers (American Management Association)
Nov. 10: Project Outcome: Communicating Your Results (Public Library Association)

DATABASES & eRESOURCES
Nov. 9: NCompass Live: Do Space: Omaha's Digital Library (Nebraska Library Commission)
Nov. 9: Beyond Google - Another Look at Finding Government Information (Federal Depository Library Program)
Nov. 16: Measuring America Series: Accessing International Data (Federal Depository Library Program)
Nov. 16: Building a Digital Collection (edWeb)

DEVELOPMENT & MANAGING CHANGE

Nov. 10: Millennials Schlemennials: What’s REALLY Changing Today’s Workplace Dynamics? (Training Industry)
Nov. 12: Makerspace Webinar (Colorado Association of School Libraries)
Nov. 15: 7 Steps to Deliver Better Customer Experiences (Harvard Business Review)
Nov. 16: Puff, Puff, Lend: Cannabis Culture and the Library (Colorado State Library)
Nov. 17: Your Customer-Centric Approach to Digital Transformation (GovLoop)

FUNDRAISING
Nov. 3: Get the ‘Silent Majority’ Engaged and Giving at your Silent Auction (Nonprofit Hub)
Nov.3 : Nonprofit 911: 5 Ways Your Board Can Help with Year-End Fundraising (Network for Good)
Nov. 16: Boost Donations with an Attitude of Gratitude (Nonprofit Hub)
Nov. 16: Creating a Development Plan (4Good)
Nov. 30: Introduction to Proposal Writing (GrantSpace)

LEGAL

Nov. 3: Libraries and the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)

MANAGEMENT

Nov. 2: Work Your Dreams Using the Top Five Leadership Competencies (edWeb)
Nov. 2: 6 Essentials for Teams that Work (Effectiveness Institute)
Nov. 9: From Fear to Trust in the Library Organization (Georgia Library Association)
Nov. 10: Manager Onboarding: Setting New Leaders Up for Success (Training Magazine Network)
Nov. 10: Bozarthzone! Holiday Stressbusters (InSync)
Nov. 16: The Secrets and Science of Great Performance Management (American Management Association)

OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS
Nov. 8: Serving Older Adults in a Changing World (WebJunction)
Nov. 10: Teen Mental Illness 101 (Infopeople)
Nov. 15: Engaging Reluctant and Struggling Readers in Your Library (BookList)
Nov. 17: 4 Simple Ways to Beef Up Your Library Marketing (Demco)
Nov. 30: NCompass Live: Reader of the Week (Nebraska Library Commission)

PROGRAMMING
Nov. 1: STEAM, with an Emphasis on “A” (School Library Journal)
Nov. 2: Making the Case for Early STEM Learning (TechSoup)
Nov. 2: Not Just for Kids: STEM Programs Your Adult Patrons Will Love (Programming Librarian)
Nov. 8: Serving Older Adults in a Changing World (WebJunction)
Nov. 9: Tabletop Games and 21st Century Skill Development (Infopeople)
Nov. 10: High School Diplomas @ the Public Library (Library Journal)
Nov. 16: Fix It at the Library with DIY Repair Programs (TechSoup)
Nov. 16: Promoting Literacy Developmentally Appropriately: The Administrator’s Role (Early Childhood Investigations)
Nov. 16: Read Aloud for Middle Graders (American Association of School Librarians)

READERS’ ADVISORY

Nov. 1: Spring 2017 Adult Highlights from Workman Publishing Company: Food, Gardening, Lifestyle, and More!(BookList)
Nov. 3: Picture Books Galore! New Books for the Newest Readers (BookList)

REFERENCE
Nov. 1: What's new in the Census (Washington State Library)
Nov. 2: PubMed for Librarians: Building and Refining Your Search (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
Nov. 3: Finding Historical Census Bureau Statistics (U. S. Census Bureau)
Nov. 3: The WebJunction Experience: Find Your Learning Flow (WebJunction)
Nov. 8: Targeting the librarian’s role in research services (Library Connect)
Nov. 9: Beyond Google - Another Look at Finding Government Information (Federal Depository Library Program)
Nov. 10: OSHA's Web Pages: A Wealth of Occupational Safety Information (Federal Depository Library Program)
Nov. 16: Breezing Along with the RML (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
Nov. 16: Measuring America Series: Accessing International Data (Federal Depository Library Program)
Nov. 16: LGBT Elder Population Health Awareness: Building Collections and Connections to Improve Health, Safety, and Well-being (National Network of Libraries of Medicine) 

SCHOOL LIBRARIES
Nov. 1: STEAM, with an Emphasis on “A” (School Library Journal)
Nov. 2: Building a 21st Century Library (School Library Journal)
Nov. 2: Virtual Learning Commons: Rethinking Your Library Website (American Association of School Librarians)

TECHNOLOGY
Nov. 8: Lending Wi-Fi Hotspot Devices to Patrons (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
Nov. 9: NCompass Live: Do Space: Omaha's Digital Library (Nebraska Library Commission)
Nov. 12: Makerspace Webinar (Colorado Association of School Libraries)
Nov. 16: NCompass Live: Computer Networking for Librarians (Nebraska Library Commission)

TRAINING & INSTRUCTION
Nov. 7: Accessibility Support Model: How a Large University Supports Diverse Learners Taking Online Courses (Educause)
Nov. 10: The Power of Personalization in Learning & Development (American Management Association)
Nov. 15: Active Shooter Procedures for Libraries (Infopeople)
Nov. 30: A Bakers Dozen of Cyber Secure Tips (Lyrasis)

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