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  1. First Tuesdays: Using Data Management Plans in Procurement (Washington State Library)

    June 6, 2023, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Do your vendors handle data privacy and security the way you would like them to? Do you know what to ask for – or how to spot a red flag? Data management plans (DMPs), commonly used for academic research, can be adapted for the procurement process to support constructive communication about data treatment. Learn how this tool can help you make clear requests and evaluate vendors’ responses about their plans to gather, store and use data generated by your operations. This webinar will address procurement for libraries as well as government agencies.

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  2. Executive Directors Chat: Exploring the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Grant Writing (TechSoup)

    June 6, 2023, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Learn how nonprofit executive directors and grant writers are using artificial intelligence (AI) grant writing solutions.

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  3. So You Want to Write a Grant? (CharityHowTo)

    June 6, 2023, 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

    By joining our free nonprofit webinar, you'll gain knowledge on how to initiate the grant writing process, and you will be guided through the essential steps and best practices required to get started successfully.

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  4. Increase Your Odds: How to Give Funders What They Want (GrantStation)

    June 6, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Are you tired of writing grant proposals that seem to fall on deaf ears? Have you ever wondered why funders turn you down, despite your best efforts? Your problem may be funding your programs and projects, but have you considered the funder’s concerns when providing financial support? To increase your odds of success, you need to shift perspectives and ask questions from the funder’s point of view, because when you help solve their problems, you’ll go far in solving your own. During this webinar, Matt Hugg of Nonprofit.Courses will show you how you can increase your chances of winning a grant award by understanding what funders look for.

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  5. Keys to Elevating Readers with eBooks and Audiobooks (edWeb)

    June 6, 2023, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Join Gretchen Zaitzeff, District Librarian at Canyons School District (UT), and Noel Zickefoose, Account Manager for OverDrive Education, for a deep dive into best practices for teaching and engaging readers using eBooks and audiobooks. You’ll learn how to draw and share data with administrators to support students and teachers, plus how to promote, use, and share digital books like a pro. Last (but not least!) you’ll also discover how to connect students to the public library to gain even more access to books.

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  6. Promoting Voter and Civic Engagement at Your Library (WebJunction)

    June 6, 2023, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Join this webinar to learn about the types of resources and services your library can provide to support voter registration and civic engagement. National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) is a nonpartisan civic holiday aimed at creating awareness of voter registration opportunities for those who may not otherwise register. Libraries can play a crucial role in promoting voter engagement and education by providing registration forms, hosting candidate events, and offering resources such as voter guides and sample ballots. Libraries can also serve as community hubs for voter engagement activities, bringing together local organizations and elected officials to promote voter participation.

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  7. Learn to be an Ally to Girls and Women in STEM (National Girls Collaborative Project)

    June 6, 2023, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

    Research shows that men have a key role to play in the advancement of women in STEM. Join us to learn strategies and resources (including the Male Allies Toolkit from NCWIT) that male parents, educators, and professionals can use to become effective allies to girls and women pursuing STEM!

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