Capturing Outcomes of Virtual and In-person Library Programs & Services
Learn more and apply for a seat in this four-week course. Library programs and services are ever evolving, whether that be in format (in-person and virtual, synchronous and asynchronous), audience, topic, or goals. As we tailor our library programs and services to meet community needs, how can you effectively communicate the value of those programsContinue reading "Capturing Outcomes of Virtual and In-person Library Programs & Services"
Register for this one-hour webinar. Public library directors fill a unique role in their organizations as leaders in both policy and culture. Whether it is a single building rural library to a multi-location big city system, all library directors face a series of similar problems as they strive to keep operations going. Between budgets, politics,Continue reading "Understanding the Role of Public Library Directors"
Register for this one-hour webinar. This webinar will focus on self-care strategies for library staff, to respond to the physical, behavioral and emotional impacts of workplace stressors. This webinar will focus on self-care strategies for library staff, to respond to the physical, behavioral and emotional impacts of workplace stressors. Are you prioritizing your own needsContinue reading "Prioritizing and Promoting Self-Care to Avoid Burnout"
In this informative program you will learn how to get the most out of your trip to the cemetery by learning about the types of records available to you, the types of memorials, and types of cemeteries common in the United States. There is no better way to honor our ancestors than by remembering andContinue reading "Memorial Records: Researching Cemeteries for Genealogy"
Apply for a seat in this one-hour webinar. How can we ensure our teams are successful, effective, purposeful and resilient? How can we encourage trust and engagement in our team interactions? In this CORE webinar session, participants will be asked to broadly consider how they define teams within their libraries and will be introduced toContinue reading "Building Teams that Work"
Register for this one-hour webinar. Most of us who work in marketing in libraries spend our time thinking about how to promote library programs, services and collections. We create and share messaging across platforms such as email, social media, website, news media and more. But have you ever paused to think about the many waysContinue reading "The “Marketing Funnel” Approach to Customer Engagement"
Register for this 65-minute webinar. Across America, in major cities you’ve heard of and in countless places you most likely have never considered, public librarians are working with local, state, and national partners to bring food to those who need it. Wait — librarians? Yes indeed. And, when librarians distribute food, they do more thanContinue reading "How Public Libraries are Part of the Solution to Food Insecurity"
Marketing for Libraries: Learn Principles and Methods that Help You Identify Your Audience and Best Serve Your Patrons
Apply for a seat in this one-hour webinar. Libraries often have to market themselves but lack the funding or formally trained staff. This webinar teaches you how marketing can work for your library, applying practical methods based on marketing principles that apply to any field. Understanding how to identify your audience allows them to beContinue reading "Marketing for Libraries: Learn Principles and Methods that Help You Identify Your Audience and Best Serve Your Patrons"
Register for this one-hour webinar. This My Leadership Journey webinar will feature John F. Szabo. Szabo is the City Librarian of the Los Angeles Public Library, which serves over four million people—the largest population of any public library in the United States. He oversees the Central Library and 72 branches. In 2015, the Library receivedContinue reading "My Leadership Journey: John F. Szabo"