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  1. Intentional Leadership: Board Governance Practices that Promote Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    September 9, 2020, 12:00 PM

    Our nation is now engaged in protests and conversations about critical issues. These are conversations that nonprofit executives and board leaders need to be a part of. These conversations are long overdue, and we cannot give in to our discomfort and allow this opportunity to fade away. This is a movement not a moment, we know that you have questions, ideas, and concerns. What is the nonprofit’s board’s leadership role and what can you do?

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  2. An Outrage: Hosting a Virtual Scholar-Led Screening and Discussion

    September 9, 2020, 1:00 PM

    The nationwide uprising for racial justice could spur fundamental shifts in how Americans remember and reckon with the past. Join us to learn how your library can play a constructive role by hosting a virtual film screening and discussion program.

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  3. Basics of Collection Photography

    September 9, 2020, 1:00 PM

    Accurate photography is essential for preservation, access, and care of collections. This webinar is an introduction to basic practices for collection photography. This webinar aims to give participants the tools needed to: Set up or improve a photography space; Select equipment, tools, and software; Capture images; Select archival file formats; Record metadata; Recognize and address common issues when photographic collections

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  4. Fall Graphic Novels for All Levels

    September 9, 2020, 1:00 PM

    From action-packed manga, thrilling sci-fi/fantasy and hero-led humor, this season’s graphic novels releases will not disappoint! Join our panel of insiders who will share new and upcoming titles - and some beloved series and sequels - to dazzle your shelves.

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  5. Grey Literature Resources to Support Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery

    September 9, 2020, 1:00 PM

    September is National Preparedness Month. Join us to learn about Grey Literature and how it can be helpful during evolving situations. What is Grey Literature? How do you find it? And how can it help during emergency preparedness, response and recovery? This session will introduce participants to the concept of Grey Literature, its uses and resources for finding it. This session will also include a live demonstration of one resource for finding Grey Literature related to emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

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  6. Online and Face-to-Face - They Want Me to do What? Thriving in a Blended Learning Classroom

    September 9, 2020, 2:00 PM

    Universal Design for Learning is a powerful approach to personalized learning for all students. But how do we know what tools are the most useful? In this interactive session, we will showcase top digital tools for the inclusive classroom, then engage in practical dialogue around easy implementation options.

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  7. Overcoming the Overhead Myth: Budgeting for an Effective Website, Marketing & Growth

    September 9, 2020, 2:00 PM

    When it comes to running your organization, most nonprofits feel pressured to do as much as possible with as little as possible. Donors still scrutinize nonprofits, wondering what percentage of their gift actually goes toward the “cause.” Today, it’s crucial to invest in your organization so you can continue to operate and support your mission.

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  8. Trauma-Informed Nonprofit Leadership

    September 9, 2020, 2:00 PM

    Now more than ever, the people in your organization are likely to experience traumatic events that may affect their performance at work. This interactive session applies the lessons of trauma-informed teaching to leadership & management. To help people feel at ease while doing their best, managers must understand what trauma is, learn about its neurological effects, and identify how people struggling with trauma "show up." Attend this webinar to learn how to successfully lead, teach, and work with trauma-impacted colleagues in a post-COVID environment.

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