In addition to the live webinars in our training calendar, each month we try to pick some videos out there that you can watch “At Your Leisure.” These on-demand offerings caught our attention for August:
In Context Middle School and High School (Wyoming State Library)
Gale has introduced a new platform and some title changes, We will look at ways to get students back into research.
Assessing Virtual Programs With Nick Tanzi (EveryLibrary)
Many libraries have turned to virtual programming as we practice social distancing. While it is vital that we engage patrons in virtual environments, how can we measure the impact and success of these programs?
Why Graphic Novels? Five Practices to Transform Your Library (School Library Connection)
Learn how librarians can maximize their graphic novel collections as a transformative tool to renovate traditional practices, promote readership, and ignite collaboration.
Is it an allergy, cold or COVID? Finding answers with Federal health resources (Federal Depository Library Program)
The Federal Government produces and hosts large quantities of health information for users at all levels. Whether you need easy recipes for kids or COVID-19 studies, there is something for everyone. Learn which agencies have the information you need, including some sources that might surprise you.
Back-to-School: 9 Key Concepts to Rethink for Fall 2020 (Demco)
The 2020-21 school year is going to require educators to rethink, innovate, and have a growth mindset. For blended and hybrid learning environments to thrive, you’ll need to create healthy and humane spaces in a variety of ways. Educational designer Dr. Bob Dillon leads you through nine key concepts to examine in parallel to health and safety requirements, including leveraging your librarians and specialists.