California Library Association Virtual Annual Conference
Join California colleagues online for this year's virtual annual conference - Renaissance: The Library Renewal. Watch the Conference home page for schedules and registration information.
Register for this free online event. California Center for the Book is excited to announce the 5th Annual Adult Services Symposium: RADICAL RENEWAL. Join us Tuesday, May 11, 2021 from 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM. This virtual event will feature engaging presentations sharing the best of adult programming and services, with plenty of time for collaboration and conversation. Continue reading "5th Annual Adult Services Symposium: Radical Renewal"
Register for this 90-minute webinar.This webinar will teach library staff about the demographics and economics characteristics of the patrons you serve. Featuring data from decennial censuses and various census surveys, this training will take a deeper dive into demographic, social and economic tabulations and how you can access them using the Census Bureau’s enterprise-level data-accessContinue reading "Census Data for Librarians"
Apply for a seat in this one-hour webinar. What has been happening in the world of online safety and privacy? This webinar will summarize the current trends, laws in the US, software/apps and more in this space. Topics discussed in this webinar include: -Cyberbullying: What can librarians do when cyberbullying occurs in the library? -OnlineContinue reading "Online Safety: Cyberbullying, Privacy, Trends and More"
Register for this pre-conference program.The Early Learning with Families project is excited to bring you the Reimagining School Readiness Workshop at the 2021 California Library Association virtual annual conference. Attendees will gain insights into the current research behind the skills and conditions that matter most for a child’s success in school and life. The workshop will includeContinue reading "Reimagining School Readiness Workshop"
The truth is out there. Or is it? When you are helping library users either in person or online, you want to send users the best and most reliable information but a quick interaction doesn’t give you a lot of time to evaluate sources and check for authority and authenticity. This interactive and informative webinarContinue reading "Information Literacy: News"
Register for this 90-minute webinar. This Summit on “Commuting Patterns and Workforce Characteristics” is a FREE Virtual Webinar which will teach data users how to analyze commuting patterns and workforce characteristics at the state and sub-state geographic levels as shown in the Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) program. This event is part of the 2021 Data SummitContinue reading "Economic Recovery: Workforce Patterns"
Register for this one-hour webinar. Passive programming is so much more dynamic than the name might lead you to believe! It is a budget-friendly way to make every library user feel seen, welcomed and important – without putting pressure on their stretched schedules or overloaded attention spans. It works its gentle magic by soliciting opinions,Continue reading "Passive Programming That Pulls Them In: Provocative Passive Programming Ideas"
Of/by/for All: Co-Creating Programs and Developing Community Partnerships To Serve People With Disabilities in Libraries
Register for this 90-minute webinar. In this interactive webinar, you will learn how you can be an advocate for people with disabilities and break down barriers to library access. Utilizing Nina Simon’s OF/BY/FOR ALL framework of authentic and effective community-centric partnerships, learn how to build trusting relationships with people with disabilities and the community organizationsContinue reading "Of/by/for All: Co-Creating Programs and Developing Community Partnerships To Serve People With Disabilities in Libraries"
Register for this event. Returning for a third season of engaging dialogue, BTC’s Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change features luminaries across the family-facing fields exploring the current and emerging issues facing children and families today. In this third webinar of the series, Terry (Ha-ne-ga-noh) Cross, an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation speaks about uniting worldviews.Continue reading "Uniting Worldviews to Advance Relationships in Indigenous Communities"
Apply for a seat in this one-hour webinar. Media literacy is more important than ever before—and librarians are on the front lines to teach it. This webinar will dive into the WHYS of belief in fake news and conspiracy theories and will talk about what can be done to pull patrons, students or even colleaguesContinue reading "Handling Misinformation and Conspiracy Theories at your Library"