Creating Virtual Programs for Adults
September 29, 2020 All day
If you would like to be part of an instructor-led course Creating Virtual Programs for Adults, CALL is sponsoring a limited number of seats in the upcoming 4-week Infopeople. The course runs September 29-October 26, 2020.
California Libraries Learn (CALL) provides continuing education that will make a difference for California libraries and their communities. California library staff members have identified learning about virtual programming as a high priority topic.
What you will learn
- How to create virtual programming for adults
- Pros and cons of various platforms for delivery
- How to demonstrate the impact of your virtual programming
- Best practices
Who should apply? California public library staff who work with adults
How to apply: CALL will provide California libraries equitable access to quality, high-impact continuing education from the field. To achieve this goal, we encourage participants to communicate about their learning experience with other library staff to build a network of shared knowledge. If you are willing to do this for the Creating Virtual Programs for Adults course, we invite you to complete the application.
Deadline: Please submit your application as soon as possible and no later than September 14, 2020, to ensure consideration for this opportunity.
Note: If you apply for this opportunity, please ensure that you are available for the two online meetings that are part of the course on September 29 and October 13. For more details and additional description, visit the course announcement page – https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/info?id=929&reset=1.
In order to gain the most impact from learning events sponsored by the CALL grant we ask that all participants engage fully (attend, participate, discuss and share). If you are unable or not willing to agree to this, please be kind and leave a seat or place for someone else.
California Libraries Learn (CALL) is a collaborative project of the California Library Association and the California State Library, and is supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.