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  1. Educating, Inspiring, and Leading with an LGBTQ+ Lens Focused on Optimism, Awareness, and Support (edWeb)

    June 21, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    As we begin Pride Month, join this edWebinar to gain ideas and best practices and strategies to educate, inspire, and lead with an LGBTQ+ lens as part of your classroom, organization, or district belonging and equity work. Our coalition needs to remain strong as educators across the country work to find ways to be inclusive and supportive, especially when states and lawmakers are making it harder and harder to do so in classrooms and across education systems.

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  2. How to Engage Your Nonprofit Board in Fundraising: Strategies for Success (CharityHowTo)

    June 21, 2023, 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

    In this webinar, we'll dive deep into the pain points that nonprofits face when it comes to board engagement in fundraising. We'll explore the common roadblocks that prevent board members from getting involved and provide practical strategies to overcome these obstacles.

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  3. At First You Don’t Succeed: Lessons from two semesters in the credit-bearing classroom (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries)

    June 21, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Teaching in any environment involves a lot of trial and error, especially when developing lessons for the first time. In spring 2021, I taught a for-credit First Year Seminar focused on social media. The experience was trial-by-fire, as I had to navigate developing a full-semester course for the first time, teaching online (and during a pandemic), and tying information literacy concepts to a larger context. I taught a version of the course again, this time in-person, in Fall 2022. In this webinar, participants will hear how I navigated challenges throughout both semesters, using reflection and student feedback to regroup.

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  4. PeMento and the Power of Peer Mentoring (Georgia Library Association)

    June 21, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    PeMento is a radical creative experiment aimed at helping mid-career library workers connect to help one another, solve one another’s problems, and build a new kind of professional network. The program seeks to bring together librarians from around the world to co-create a professional development experience unlike any other in libraries. We are actively seeking to create a professional network that is more powerful, open, kind, and brave in hopes that it may come to define the profession itself. In this session, PeMento’s co-founders will discuss the development, delivery, and outcomes of our independent peer mentoring and professional development program for mid-career library workers. We will explore why peer mentoring is an important approach for today’s professionals.

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