Free Continuing Education Events for December 1-4

Nov 30, 2022

Free, online, continuing education events for December 1-4 from the Wyoming State Library Training Calendar. Descriptions and links are below. You can subscribe and view the events in your calendar software, or you can find all the events at

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All times MST

Thursday, Dec 1 (10-11:30 am)
Lessons Learned from the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival Shooting (Lyrasis)
This session will reflect on lessons for all parties involved in large pop-up location event planning and mass casualty response. Learning outcomes will include: considerations for security and safety in pop-up venues, coordination concepts with local government partners, understanding the response and recovery process, considerations for integration of non-traditional response partners and trauma care for survivors and staff. Concepts such as how to integrate those who may not think they have a role (such as the hotels that became triage and shelter centers with no warning) will be covered. Insight will be provided on how survivors of traumatic events get information regarding hospitals, Family Assistance Centers, and recovery resources, especially when watching the news is experiencing the trauma all over again.

Thursday, Dec 1 (11-11:45 am)
Recordation System Monthly Webinar (U.S. Copyright Office)
On August 1, 2022, the Copyright Office expanded access to the Recordation System to the full public. Separate from the Office’s registration application, this new module allows users to transfer their copyright to someone else electronically. Currently, the Recordation System can process documents that fall under section 205 of Title 17 but not notifications of termination. To keep the public informed about the Recordation System, the Office hosts a monthly, forty-five-minute webinar that covers announcements about the module, important reminders, frequently asked questions, and a live question-and-answer session.

Thursday, Dec 1 (11-1 pm)
Training Industry Leader Talk: Informal Leadership Development (Training Industry)
Leadership development should give leaders the tools and skills they need to manage teams and impact change. When considering leadership training, we often think of events and intensive retreats, but a more informal approach might be a better answer for longevity, application and even the bottom line. Rather than a structured training event, informal learning happens in the flow of the leader’s workday providing just-in-time training and feedback. During this Training Industry Leader Talk, we will examine the various methods to establish an informal leadership development approach from coaching and mentoring to microlearning.

Thursday, Dec 1 (12-1 pm)
2017-2021 American Community Survey Pre-Release Webinar (US Census Bureau)
The U.S. Census Bureau is scheduled to hold a webinar December 1 explaining how to access data and online resources from the 2017-2021 American Community Survey (ACS). The webinar will also provide tips for comparing ACS geographies and statistics over time.

Thursday, Dec 1 (12-1 pm)
Setting Your Readers Up for Success in 2023 (Library Journal)
The end of the year is almost here and with it comes the holidays, new devices, and new readers to your digital library! Our annual End of Year sale is the perfect time to wrap up 2022 with a grand finale of savings and new content to engage and entertain your community. Join three of OverDrive’s Digital Content Librarians in a roundtable discussion as they share favorite adult and young adult titles from the sale, exciting forthcoming reads, content trends, and more!

Thursday, Dec 1 (1-2 pm)
How to Get the Most Out of Your Nonprofit Website (Nonprofit Hub)
You work hard and wear a lot of hats (with no time to buy matching shoes). Changing the world can be time-consuming and stressful! Let us lighten your workload and ease your mind with this webinar that’ll help you put your nonprofit website to work for you and make it multitask as well as you do. Go beyond the basics with Molly Coke as she talks about how to leverage technology to help support your mission and make your life easier.

Thursday, Dec 1 (3-4 pm)
New Perspectives on Fantasy in Middle Grade (Mackin)
Join us as authors Julie Abe and Laekan Zea Kemp discuss their unique approaches to writing fantasy for middle grade readers with middle school librarian and 2022 SLJ School Librarian of the Year, K.C. Boyd.

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