Designing Effective Online Learning Experiences for Young Children
CALL (California Libraries Learn) is offering 35 no-cost seats to California public library staff (limited to one staff person per jurisdiction) in this 2-week Infopeople course. Use the form linked to the announcement page to apply. Additional course details and Instructor information. In this course you will be introduced to or review learning theories andContinue reading "Designing Effective Online Learning Experiences for Young Children"
Registration and additional information Under ordinary conditions, the survival rate for small businesses after five years is only 48 percent and decreases significantly over time.2 In extraordinary times of crisis, like the one we’re facing now, small businesses are hit the hardest. For Black- and immigrant-owned businesses, the chance of recovery from a natural orContinue reading "No MBA Required: How to Engage Your Business Community"
This webinar is open to California Library Staff only. Register to attend live, or visit the CALL Academy one week after delivery for a recording. This program provides approaches to preventing conflict and creating empathy-driven solutions to patrons experiencing homelessness. Does your library serve community members that do not have a home? This program with give participants approachesContinue reading "Toolkit for Public Libraries Working with Patrons Experiencing Homelessness"
Registration and Additional Information Whether you are new to grant work or want a few new tips, you’ll discover the confidence and knowledge you need to win library grants with Stephanie Gerding, library grants expert and author of ALA’s Winning Grants. Discover the most important thing to keep in mind when doing library grant work,Continue reading "Winning Library Grants: Shortcuts and Strategies for Success"
Start virtual programming for adults using Zoom! Learn about training staff to present virtually, integrating community partners into your virtual schedule, and other strategies to transition programs from in-house to online. In this webinar, community outreach specialists cover best practices for programs, setting up accounts for maximum security and effectiveness (no Zoom-bombing!), program selection, andContinue reading "Transitioning Your Adult Programs to a Virtual Environment"
Registration and additional information Understanding how trauma impacts the lives of people we serve can help library staff better serve everyone, even our most vulnerable patrons. Being trauma-informed and using a trauma-informed approach can assist libraries in being proactive in creating safe spaces for everyone in our community. Join this Network of the National LibraryContinue reading "Trauma Informed Approach in Public Libraries"