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  1. Hiring 101: Best Practices for Finding the Library Workers You Need

    September 19, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Sponsored by- Texas State Library and Archives Commission Topics in this webinar will include creating or updating a job description, identifying the credentials needed for a specific position, and determining interview questions and strategies. We will end at the onboarding process, setting the stage for successful library employment.

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  2. Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian presents... Industry Research Using the Economic Census

    September 19, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Sponsored by- North Carolina Library Association Starting in September 2019, the most current Economic Census will start being released. With this Census, there are regular changes in geographic definitions and industry classifications, but the big news is the introduction of the North American Product Classification Systems (NAPCS) and new distribution method. The 2017 Economic Census will be one of the first Census titles released only on the new data.census.gov website, since no new programs have been added to American FactFinder since July 1, 2019. Our time together will be spent going over the basics of what the Economic Census has to offer as well these upcoming changes.

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  3. Conference Prep, Part II: Poster Presentations and Design

    September 19, 2019, 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

    Sponsored by- North Carolina Library Association Congratulations on getting a poster accepted for a conference! Designing a poster that pops can often be the difference between folks stopping to talk to you or not. Join Amanda Glenn-Bradley, User Engagement Librarian & CrAFT Studio Coordinator at UNC Asheville for a breakdown of the basics of poster designing and discover how to make the best poster ever!

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  4. Help! I Am a New Depository Coordinator

    September 19, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Sponsored by- Federal Depository Library Program This webinar is geared towards new Federal Depository Library Program Depository Coordinators. The presentation will cover the first steps every new coordinator should take.

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  5. LGBTQ History—Supporting Diversity in Research and Teaching, and Why It Matters

    September 19, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Sponsored by- Association of College and Research Libraries During this session, Professor Nancy C. Unger will discuss her experiences teaching and researching LGBTQ history. She will provide historical context for today’s issues and explore current research trends, online databases, and the wider cultural significance of LGBTQ and diversity studies.

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  6. North Dakota Women’s Suffrage Centennial and your library

    September 19, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

    Sponsored by- North Dakota State Library In September, 2019, South Dakota Historical Society Press will release Equality at the Ballot Box: Votes for Women on the Northern Great Plains, a collection of essays about how women won suffrage rights in several Northern Great Plains states including North Dakota.

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  7. How Lessons from Brain Science Can Support District- and School-Level Transformation

    September 19, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Sponsored by- Future Ready Schools/Alliance for Excellent Education Dr. Mary Sieu, the superintendent of ABC Unified, will describe how research-based changes in the district’s policies and practices have impacted schools and student learning. She will also share ideas for how the science of adolescent learning can be used to support systems-level change in every school and district, no matter its size, location, or composition.

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