Would you like to present a training, have a recommendation for a great presenter, or want to learn more about a specific topic? Do you have an area of expertise, a model library program, grant project, or a great idea that you would like to share with your California colleagues? California Libraries Learn (CALL) is looking for library staff to suggest peer-created training and professional development with the goal to spread the innovation, creativity, and knowledge that we know is out there! All we ask is that you commit to share, answer questions, and discuss both the pros and cons of your topic with colleagues.

CALL is open to your suggestions, whether you’d like to see a particular topic or speaker included or whether you’re interested in presenting a webinar, building a workshop that features interactive learning, developing a course, or being part of a showcase that includes other programs. Help foster the spirit of collaboration that libraries are known for by teaming up with CALL to share your knowledge and expertise with your California library colleagues. Complete the form below if you are interested in being a presenter:

NOTE: Presenters may be paid a fee for service. Current library employees: if you are suggesting a presentation that would be completed during your work in a library, you would be ineligible for pay for work completed during paid library time. (You may take time off work if you prefer to receive a fee for service.)

CALL for Presentations