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January Online Training Opportunities – FREE

Happy New Year!

Check out the Professional Development Calendar for more information and to register for the following FREE online training opportunities:

ADVOCACY

Jan. 20: Library Marketing (American Library Association)

ASSESSMENT & PLANNING

Jan. 12: Outcome Measurement Made Easy with PLA’s Project Outcome (Public Library Association)
Jan. 25: Mastering the Needs Section of Your Grant Proposal (4Good)

BOARDS

    Jan. 11: Nonprofit Boards & Effective Governance (4Good)
    Jan. 26: Toward Tech Savvy Trustees (WebJunction)

CAREERS

    Jan. 5: 5 Tips to Creating an Awesome Individual Development Plan (GovLoop)
    Jan. 10: Career Development: Today’s Meta-Priority (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 12: What is Bioinformatics Librarianship? (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
    Jan. 18: Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian presents … Introduction to  Research Data Management for Librarians (North Carolina Library Association)

CHILDREN & TEENS

    Jan. 4: Begin With Books: An Early Literacy Partnership (Nebraska Library Commission)
    Jan. 4: Yoga for the Youngest! Mindfulness and Movement for Shifting Culture and Practice (Early Childhood Investigations)
    Jan. 10: Preschool Storytime Basics (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
    Jan. 17: Science and Math in Storytimes (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
    Jan. 18: Get Inspired to Lead and Lead to Inspire: Techniques That Advance Early Education (Early Childhood Investigations)
    Jan. 18: Personalizing Instruction Through the Library (edWeb)
    Jan. 25: Music Play: Before You Play Music, You Must Play WITH Music! (edWeb)
    Jan. 31: The Magic of Music in Storytimes (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)

COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT

    Jan. 5: Section 108 Video Project (ALA Washington)
    Jan. 10: 2017 ALA Carnegie Shortlist Finalists (Booklist)
    Jan. 13: Going Digital (Lyrasis)
    Jan. 17: Morris Award Finalists, 2017: Exclusive Q&A (Booklist)
    Jan. 26: Preserving Film Collections for the Future: A Web Application (Connecting to Collections)
    Jan. 31: Research Information Management at Duke University: A Researcher-centered Approach (OCLC)

COMMUNICATION

    Jan. 6: Making Difficult Conversations Easy (Effectiveness Institute)
    Jan. 10: How to do a TEDx presentation (First Tuesdays)
    Jan. 10: Bozarthzone! Better Than Bullet Points (InSync)
    Jan. 11: Service Excellence in Challenging Times (WebJunction)
    Jan. 12: The Power to Delight: Providing extraordinary service (Colorado State Library)
    Jan. 17: Mastering Storytelling for the Business Conversation (InSync)
    Jan. 17: Creating a Culture of Data Visualization (Harvard Business Review)
    Jan. 18: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change (American Management Association)
    Jan. 18: YouTube U: Leveraging the World’s Largest Video Platform for L&D (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 20: Library Marketing (American Library Association)
    Jan. 24: Bozarthzone! Rockin’ the Virtual Classroom (InSync)

DATABASES & eRESOURCES

    Jan. 18: YouTube U: Leveraging the World’s Largest Video Platform for L&D (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 19: PubMed® for Librarians: Introduction to PubMed (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
    Jan. 26: Using GoWYLD.net for History Day 2017 (Wyoming State Library)
    Jan. 26: Preserving Film Collections for the Future: A Web Application (Connecting to Collections)

DEVELOPMENT & MANAGING CHANGE

    Jan. 10: Career Development: Today’s Meta-Priority (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 11: The Psychology of Success: Why Are Some People More Likely to Succeed than Others? (American Management Association)
    Jan. 11: How to Implement Things When People Hate Change (SirsiDynix)
    Jan. 12: Outcome Measurement Made Easy with PLA’s Project Outcome (Public Library Association)
    Jan. 17: Maintaining Sanity as a Department of One! (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 17: Creating a Culture of Data Visualization (Harvard Business Review)
    Jan. 18: Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian presents … Introduction to Research Data Management for Librarians (North Carolina Library Association)
    Jan. 18: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change (American Management Association)
    Jan. 19: Burnout or Bounce Back? Building Resilience (Infopeople)
    Jan. 25: Trauma Informed Services in the Library: Understanding and Serving our Community (Infopeople)
    Jan. 31: 7 Deadly Sins of Time Management (Velocity Firm)

FUNDRAISING

    Jan. 4: Major Gifts Magic: Learn to Make Powerful ‘Moves’ and Passionate ‘Asks’(4Good)
    Jan. 12: Philanthropy Blueprint 2017 (GrantSpace)
    Jan. 25: Mastering the Needs Section of Your Grant Proposal (4Good)

LEGAL

    Jan. 18: Lawyers and Librarians: Breaking Barriers to Employment (Programming Librarian)

LIBRARY SPACES

    Jan. 24: Bozarthzone! Rockin’ the Virtual Classroom (InSync)
    Jan. 25: How to Boost Student Performance With Active Learning Environments (Demco)

MANAGEMENT

    Jan. 6: Making Difficult Conversations Easy (Effectiveness Institute)
    Jan. 11: How to Implement Things When People Hate Change (SirsiDynix)
    Jan. 11: Nonprofit Boards & Effective Governance (4Good)
    Jan. 11: Service Excellence in Challenging Times (WebJunction)
    Jan. 12: Philanthropy Blueprint 2017 (GrantSpace)
    Jan. 26: Toward Tech Savvy Trustees (WebJunction)
    Jan. 31: 7 Deadly Sins of Time Management (Velocity Firm)

OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS

    Jan. 12: The Power to Delight: Providing extraordinary service (Colorado State Library)
    Jan. 18: Lawyers and Librarians: Breaking Barriers to Employment (Programming Librarian)
    Jan. 19: Finding and Cultivating Local Tech Expertise and Support for Nonprofits and Libraries (TechSoup)
    Jan. 25: Science Soup Part Three: Rocket Ships and Stars – Out of this World with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) (Federal Depository Library Program)
    Jan. 25: Trauma Informed Services in the Library: Understanding and Serving our Community (Infopeople)
    Jan. 31: Research Information Management at Duke University: A Researcher-centered Approach (OCLC)

PROGRAMMING

    Jan. 4: Begin With Books: An Early Literacy Partnership (Nebraska Library Commission)
    Jan. 4: Yoga for the Youngest! Mindfulness and Movement for Shifting Culture and Practice (Early Childhood Investigations)
    Jan. 6: Taking Care of Us: Ergonomic Advice for Library Staff (Programming Librarian)
    Jan. 10: How to do a TEDx presentation (First Tuesdays)
    Jan. 10: Preschool Storytime Basics (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
    Jan. 17: Science and Math in Storytimes (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
    Jan. 25: Science Soup Part Three: Rocket Ships and Stars – Out of this World with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) (Federal Depository Library Program)
    Jan. 25: Music Play: Before You Play Music, You Must Play WITH Music! (edWeb)
    Jan. 31: The Magic of Music in Storytimes (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)

READERS’ ADVISORY

    Jan. 10: 2017 ALA Carnegie Shortlist Finalists (Booklist)
    Jan. 17: Morris Award Finalists, 2017: Exclusive Q&A (Booklist)

REFERENCE

    Jan. 6: Taking Care of Us: Ergonomic Advice for Library Staff (Programming Librarian)
    Jan. 11: Science Soup, Part 1 On Major Government Science Databases (Federal Depository Library Program)
    Jan. 11: Using Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) for Research and Learning (Infopeople)
    Jan. 13: School Library Resources Available at Wyoming State Library (Wyoming State Library)
    Jan. 18: #1lib1ref: a Citation as a Gateway into Librarianship on Wikipedia (Nebraska Library Commission)
    Jan. 19: PubMed® for Librarians: Introduction to PubMed (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)

SCHOOL LIBRARIES

    Jan. 9: What Is Tech-Savvy Leadership? A Panel Discussion (edWeb)
    Jan. 13: School Library Resources Available at Wyoming State Library (Wyoming State Library)
    Jan. 18: Get Inspired to Lead and Lead to Inspire: Techniques That Advance Early Education (Early Childhood Investigations)
    Jan. 18: Personalizing Instruction Through the Library (edWeb)
    Jan. 24: Bozarthzone! Rockin’ the Virtual Classroom (InSync)

TECHNOLOGY

    Jan. 5: Section 108 Video Project (ALA Washington)
    Jan. 9: What Is Tech-Savvy Leadership? A Panel Discussion (edWeb)
    Jan. 13: Going Digital (Lyrasis)
    Jan. 19: Finding and Cultivating Local Tech Expertise and Support for Nonprofits and Libraries (TechSoup)
    Jan. 27: Smart Libraries with Marshall Breeding (American Library Association)

TRAINING & INSTRUCTION

    Jan. 10: Bozarthzone! Better Than Bullet Points (InSync)
    Jan. 11: Science Soup, Part 1 On Major Government Science Databases (Federal Depository Library Program)
    Jan. 11: Using Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) for Research and Learning (Infopeople)
    Jan. 17: Maintaining Sanity as a Department of One! (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 18: #1lib1ref: a Citation as a Gateway into Librarianship on Wikipedia (Nebraska Library Commission)
    Jan. 18: YouTube U: Leveraging the World’s Largest Video Platform for L&D (Training Magazine Network)
    Jan. 25: PubMed® for Librarians: MeSH (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
    Jan. 26: Using GoWYLD.net for History Day 2017 (Wyoming State Library)

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