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  1. How To Find A Career You Love (Harvard Business Review)

    June 22, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Marcus Buckingham is the world’s leading researcher on strengths and performance. Buckingham writes that each of us has different loves and loathes, along with different strengths and passions. He says it’s possible to discover the unique things we love so we can build a career around them—whether just starting out as a graduate or seeking a mid-career reinvention. In this live, interactive HBR webinar, Buckingham will share a roadmap for finding and infusing love into our work and careers.

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  2. Strategic Innovation: How Do I Plan When I Don’t Know What’s Coming? (Blackbaud)

    June 22, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Innovation isn’t slowing down; how can you discern the best investments for your mission? Whether it’s the constant drumbeat of innovation from Cloud and SaaS providers, the commercialization of AI (e.g., ChatGPT) or the increasing digitization of how we work today (e.g., Zoom, Teams), the opportunity of Innovation is ever present, as are the pitfalls of uninformed adoption of new technologies. Hear experts at Blackbaud and AWS reflect on how you can “make space” for Innovation in your Strategic Plan without sacrificing time for your mission.

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  3. Geography 101 (Federal Depository Library Program)

    June 22, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    This session will cover the three types of census geographies, how census geography is updated, and resources for learning more about geographic concepts. There will be a demonstration of how to view census geographies via TIGERweb and Data.Census.Gov.

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  4. Medieval European Legal Manuscripts And What They Are Telling Us (Law Library of Congress)

    June 22, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    During this webinar, Codicologist Dr. Ilya Dines will discuss the medieval manuscripts that are in the Law Library of Congress’s possession. During the presentation, Ilya will introduce the audience to a discussion and description of these unique books and their commentaries. He will highlight the legal system they represent, provide insights into their authors, and explore the afterlife of these manuscripts. The main focus of this webinar will be to demonstrate the reasons why manuscripts continue to hold great importance, even though many of the treatises have been published in modern editions.

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