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Stories, Songs, and Stretches II: Stretches and Stillness

Apply for a seat in this four-week online course. Become a certified Stories, Songs, and Stretches!® facilitator! This online training utilizes professional videos, recorded lecture, interactive discussions, and group/ individual […]

Great Expectations: Clarity for Moving Forward

Apply for a seat in this 90-minute workshop. Unmet expectations can be a fast-track to anger and disillusionment. This short workshop helps uncover honest expectations that we may have about […]

Lifejackets for a Stormy Workplace

Apply for a seat in this 90-minute workshop. After 18 months of constant change and problem solving, we are still experiencing the waves of anxiety. This workshop offers simple tools […]

Copyright 101

Register for this 90-minute introduction from Lyrasis This introductory course will provide an overview of the origin and purpose of U.S. copyright law and how it promotes creativity, teaching, learning, […]

Neurodiversity: A Primer for Libraries

Apply for a seat in this one-hour webinar. Neurodiversity is a contract to medical and pathology models of neurological differences in the brain. It’s a more nuanced perspective of what […]

Library Journal Day of Dialog 2021

Register for this free, virtual conference. For more than two decades, Library Journal’s Day of Dialog has been the most anticipated librarian-only gathering of the year. Now it’s gone digital and […]

Partnership Project Pilot: Week 10

To apply for this three-session workshop for teams, please complete this online form by 5:00 PM on July 8, 2021. Learn more about the Partnership Project Pilot. Week 1: Learning About Your Community […]

Fostering an Antiracist Library Culture

Apply for a seat in this three-session online workshop series. Tuesdays, September 28, October 5, and October 12 from 11am-1pm. Library staff at all levels within their organizations have the […]

Public Libraries and Public Health: Partners for Community Health