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  1. Redefining the Library Experience: Insights and Inspiration (WebJunction)

    June 15, 2023, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    From January to March 2023, staff from more than 1,600 libraries from around the world shared their experiences via survey around library spaces, programming, collections, and staff development—and how they envision change in the future. Join Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Executive Director, OCLC Research, and library leaders from OCLC’s Global Council as they share and discuss results from the 2023 global survey on “Redefining the library experience.” Gain additional insights on how improving the library experience can create more meaningful engagement and bring impactful change to our communities.

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  2. DPLA Network Coffee Chat: Collaboration, Community, and Digital Equity (Digital Public Library of America)

    June 15, 2023, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    In this DPLA Network Coffee Chat, we'll hear from representatives from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries about their archival collection, The Milwaukee Women's Art Library, and their collaboration on a new community ambassador position to help bridge the gap between institutional support and grassroots community-led collection-building. DPLA Network Coffee Chats are opportunities to engage in casual conversation on topics of interest to our network; they are held meeting style instead of webinar style to encourage participation and sharing.

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  3. Adventures in Outdoor Play (edWeb)

    June 15, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Join internationally renowned designer and author Rusty Keeler on a journey of ideas celebrating the benefits and beauty of outdoor play. With humor, insight, and images, Rusty will inspire you to add nature to your outdoor spaces and invite you to take bold steps to support risky play.

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  4. Introducing a New and USAGov en Español (Federal Depository Library Program)

    June 15, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Staff will share what’s new in the structure, content, features, and promotional efforts of

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  5. Pursuing Bad Guys: Responding to Imaginative Violent Play Using a Transformative Approach (Early Childhood Investigations)

    June 15, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

    In this fascinating webinar, Donna King, a preschool teacher, and author of Pursuing Bad Guys: Joining Children’s Quest for Clarity Courage and Community, and Pam, a pedagogical consultant, will tell the story of their work together on a long-term investigation of “Bad Guys.” We have all observed children playing “bad guys” in their pretend play, and grappled with whether to intervene or not, and if so, how to handle those moments. If you typically encourage creative and spontaneous imaginative play you are likely to be unsure how to constructively respond to violent imaginative play. This webinar explores a specific approach and the stories of how the approach works.

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  6. Random House Children’s Books Fall 2023 Preview (Booklist)

    June 15, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

    This free, 90-minute Booklist webinar will kick-off with special guest speaker Carl Hiaasen discussing his new middle-grade novel WRECKER with Senior Executive Editor Nancy Siscoe. Following, the RHCB School & Library team will present new and exciting titles coming in Fall 2023. From picture books to Middle Grade and YA, this is a can't-miss event—register now!

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  7. Shannon's Summer Series on Leadership - Part I: Be a Library Leader through Literacy (Follett)

    June 15, 2023, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    In the first of Shannon’s Summer Series on Leadership, join Shannon McClintock Miller as she invites Bill Bass and Kira Brennan of Parkway School District (St. Louis, Missouri) to the conversation, Be a Library Leader Through Literacy. Shannon, Bill, and Kira will discuss the role librarians have as leaders through all things involving literacy. Librarians lead through literacy not only from their library, but also through classrooms, the community, and even online. There are so many new things to think about when it comes to literacy and these three will discuss these important topics, including what they are doing within their own districts and libraries.

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  8. Third Thursdays Trustees Topics-Relationships with Friends and Foundations (Washington State Library)

    June 15, 2023, 6:30 PM - 7:15 PM

    Third Thursdays Trustee Topics is designed as a 30-minute live session with Sara Jones, the Washington State Librarian, and Library Boards/Trustees, Directors, and subject matter expert guests. This will be followed by up to 15 minutes of questions and answers. The June 15 Conversation will be with Deborah Doyle, President Elect of United for Libraries and and Library Commissioner in Sonoma County CA.

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