Attend These Free Webinars in November

ImagePlan to attend these free webinars; all you need is your computer & speakers or headphones (no microphone needed.) If you attend a live webinar, it may be counted as a Category B continuing education activity towards renewing librarian certification.

Developing Legal Aid-Library Collaborations: Models and Replication Resources
Thursday November 1, Noon - 1pm
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"Our final webinar in the series will highlight innovative, technology-enabled collaborations between legal aid programs and public and public law libraries in their communities to connect people with legal information. Panelists from legal aid programs and libraries in several states will discuss why and how they forged these partnerships and how they work. We will also provide nuts and bolts resources to replicate these and similar partnerships in other communities, and potential funding opportunities to seed them. We will also discuss opportunities for library involvement in project advisory groups and state commissions."
Provided by Pro Bono Net

Getting Started with Windows 8
Thursday November 1, Noon - 1pm
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"So what is this new Windows 8 thing anyway? In this webcast, Mike Halsey MVP, the author of "Windows 8: Out of the Box" will introduce the new Metro interface in Windows 8, show you how to use it and get the best out of it, and help build your confidence with your new computer."
Provided by O'Reilly

Windows 8 for Nonprofits & Libraries
Thursday November 1, 1 - 2pm
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"Windows 8 has been called a complete re-imagining of the Windows operating system. It has been designed to serve as the operating system across multiple device types, including desktops, notebooks, and tablets. Todd Rutherford, who is a Microsoft Senior Product Marketing Manager for Windows, will provide an overview of Windows 8. Through a live demonstration, you'll find out what's new, what's different, and what's the same. "
Provided by TechSoup

Tech Tools with Tine: 1 Hour of Evernote
Friday November 2, 10 - 11am
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"In this Webinar, Tine will focus on Evernote -- a robust notetaking and archiving online tool available at both free and premium levels."
Provided by Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Dig Into Reading: Programs for Preschoolers & Toddlers
Friday November 2, 10 - 11am
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"Shawn Brommer will present practical program ideas that encourage toddlers and preschoolers to dig into reading. Shawn will discuss the highlights of a 6-week program outline and will draw attention to book lists, songs, finger plays, rhymes, activities, crafts, early literacy connections and messages for parents that support the 2013 summer theme."
Provided by South Central Library System

Auto Repair Reference Center
Monday November 5, 10 - 11am
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"We will discuss the new interface and how easy it is to access drawings, step-by-step photographs, technical service bulletins and wiring diagrams for specific vehicles. We will also explore AutoIQ, a complete interactive guide to vehicle ownership and maintenance. ARRC contains information on most major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles, with repair information for most vintage makes starting as far back as 1954."
Provided by EBSCOhost

Hangout on Air with “Google+ for Business” Author Chris Brogan
Monday November 5, Noon - 12:45pm
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"Join author Chris Brogan for a Learn with Google Hangout on Air. Chris will cover tactics for successful social media marketing from his new book “Google+ for Business: How Google's Social Network Changes Everything.” We hope you’ll join us for this discussion on how to engage customers with social media and use Google+ to run successful marketing programs. Learn Chris’s recipes for how to grow and engage your Google+ community to build your brand and drive your business."
Provided by Google

Criminally Good: Cool Mysteries for Fall
Monday November 5, 1 - 2:30pm
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"Our mystery webinar is back and bigger than ever. Join Keir Graff, editor of Booklist Online, as representatives from Books on Tape, Five Star, Oceanview Publishing, Random House, Seventh Street, and Severn House preview the most in-demand titles from their forthcoming lists."
Provided by Booklist

New Nonfiction for Students
Tuesday November 6, 1 - 2pm
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"... new products relevant to the needs of today’s students. Representatives from Britannica, DK Publishing, Grey House Publishing, Scholastic Library Publishing, and World Book will show off their new Fall nonfiction and reference titles for students in Kindergarten through High School."
Provided by Booklist

The Power of Image: Presenting With the Brain in Mind
Tuesday November 6, 1 - 2pm
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"You don’t need to be a designer to learn some simple tips and tricks that will punch up your presentations and wake up your audience. Once you understand the key concepts of strong visual communication, you can get unstuck from the stale text-and-bullet format of presentation. The human brain is wired to respond to images. Scientific studies of the brain are providing powerful insights for designing and delivering presentations that grab the attention of the learner."
Provided by WebJunction

Cool New Productivity Tech Tools
Tuesday November 6, 2 - 3pm
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"Join us for a tour of some old-time favorite and new tools useful for getting things done, from managing tasks to curating useful resources to planning travel. Content focuses on social media and other online tools. "
Provided by Jane Bozarth and Insync Training

Nancy Drew & Friends; Or, the Case of the Neglected Books: The History (& Importance) of Youth Series Books
Wednesday November 7, 10 - 11am
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"With the proliferation of series books for children and young adults today it might come as a surprise to many librarians that for many years series books occupied a dark corner of librarianship -- the books were deemed unacceptable forms of reading material and were often ignored for purchase despite their popularity with young readers. In this webinar, you will be introduced to the history of series books as a format and then learn specifically why these books are not only important to the history of youth literature but to American history and pop culture as well."
Provided by Nebraska Library Commission

The Library as Public Place
Wednesday November 7, 11:30am - 12:30pm
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"What about our buildings? Is there still a need for a physical space for libraries? Join this session for a discussion about the future of the library as a public place, featuring ideas inspired by the Creative Spaces track of R-Squared."
Provided by Colorado State Library

Introduction to Microsoft Windows 8
Wednesday November 7, Noon - 1:15pm
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Discover what is new with the next release of Windows and how it will help you in everyday business tasks, wherever and whenever you need it. See the consistent and new interface for you pc, phone and tablet computing and the new tools and applications that will enable you to get things done. This will include Internet Explorer 10, cloud connectivity, and built-in apps that work together."
Provided by New Horizons

The Business of Social: If Your Janitor’s Not Tweeting, You’re Doing It Wrong
Wednesday November 7, 1 - 2pm
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"Building a solid social media strategy is essential to your organization’s success. Social media is no longer an add-on, but an increasingly essential business tool. When you analyze your organization’s social strategy, you should be able to answer these simple questions: Who owns social in your organization? Is your social media management style containment or empowerment? How effectively can you scale your social reach?"
Provided by HootSuite

Lois Lowry LIVE!
Wednesday November 7, Noon - 1pm
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"Join Lois Lowry to hear her speak about Son, the other books of The Giver Quartet, and to have a chance to ask her your questions live! Lois Lowry’s breakthrough dystopian novel, The Giver has been read by millions of people around the world. With Son, Lowry continues to wrestle with the idea of human freedom while completing the story of Jonas and the baby he rescued. Son combines elements from the first three novels in her Giver Quartet—The Giver (1994 Newbery Medal winner), Gathering Blue, and Messenger—into a breathtaking, thought-provoking narrative that wrestles with ideas of human freedom and the bonds of love."
Provided by School Library Journal

Seeing is Believing: Understanding Data Visualization
Wednesday November 7, 1 - 3:30pm
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"The purpose of data visualization is to display data impartially in order to uncover the 'stories' data have to tell.   When presentations follow graphical principles that maximize clarity, simplicity, balance, accuracy, and relevance, then trustworthy and useful stories can emerge from our data. The webinar emphasizes the avoidance of marketing-oriented visualization designs that trivialize the real value of quantitative evidence in favor of audience entertainment and persuasion.  Attendees will learn how to select graphical formats that will portray their data most effectively."
Provided by ALA Committee on Research and Statistics

New Common Core Connections
Thursday November 8, 1 - 2pm
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"The Common Core State Standards open up exciting opportunities to focus on individual titles in the classroom. Hear about terrific new fiction and informational books for youth that will help teachers and librarians implement the standards across the curriculum in to this free, hour-long presentation sponsored by Crabtree Publishing, Holiday House, Gareth Stevens/Rosen, and Scholastic Library Publishing."
Provided by Booklist

Successful Volunteer Interview Strategies
Thursday November 8, 1 - 2pm
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"Interviewing each prospective volunteer can seem overwhelming, but it's one of the best ways to ensure that the volunteers you recruit are the volunteers you need. This webinar introduces a variety of question types used in volunteer interviews and offers strategies for honing your interview skills. What You'll Learn: Methods for interviewing prospective volunteers; Strategies for honing your interview skills."
Provided by VolunteerMatch

Leader as Coach: Create a Culture of Development — Shape People-Positive Outcomes: Webinar #1: Defining Culture of Development
Thursday November 8, 2 - 3:30pm
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"Harnessing people's energy and effort is vital in today's context of constant change. Our approach to others sets the tone for our organization as we lead by example. In turn, our employees, modeling our behavior and carrying the tone of our leadership, respond daily to co-workers and customers and create a culture people want to or not want to work and "play" in."
Provided by Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Tech Tools with Tine: 1 Hour of Google Plus and Google Hangouts
Friday November 9, 10 - 11am
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"In this Webinar, Tine will focus on Google Plus (a social layer of free services that enhance sharing with specific audiences) and then spend some time examining Google Hangouts (a free video streaming service available through Google Plus). "
Provided by Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Library Language: Vocabularies for the Modern Librarian
Monday November 12, 10 - 11am
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"... librarianship today requires some serious communication skills. Whether it's other librarians, administrators, users, publishers or vendors, librarians have to juggle several different vocabularies to make sure they're communicating as clearly as possible. We'd like to draw on our sales, publishing, usability and web design experience to help build some guidelines and answer questions about communicating with some of these groups. This seminar will focus specifically on communicating with publishers, vendors and users ..."
Provided by Credo Reference

Jeff Kinney Presents Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel
Monday November 12, Noon - 1pm
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"Jeff Kinney tells all about Greg's pursuit of dance happiness in this one hour live-streaming event, and will answer your questions live! Kinney will also talk about the origins of Wimpy Kid and where it might go from here."
Provided by School Library Journal

Extreme Social Media Makeover: Nonprofit Edition!
Tuesday November 13, 2 - 3pm
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"... demonstration of at least 25 killer tools to get tons of online traffic and revenue for your nonprofit. They are virtually all quick and easy ... and free. We’ll explore how to decide which content to create, how to create it (even without typing a single keystroke!), create eye-catching headlines, post your content to blogs, social media, and websites, tweet about it, Facebook, develop irresistible free offers, create landing pages for people to sign up for those offers, use search engines to drive boost traffic, launch campaigns to gain more leads and increase the quality of those leads, and much more! For each of the 25+ steps, we’ll discuss what to do, why to do it, and what tangible and intangible benefits you should expect. More importantly, for each step we’ll actually demo a cool tool enabling you to quickly, easily, and in most cases for free, implement that tool."
Provided by Nonprofit Webinars

CCBC Shorts: A (Brief) Monthly Look at Books for Children and Teens
Wednesday November 14, 9 – 9:30am
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“Join us for brief, timely tours through some of the newest and best in children’s and young adult literature. Librarians from the Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) will be your guides for these monthly 30-minute sessions designed to give librarians a heads-up about selected brand new titles of note. We’ll also revisit some of the gems already in your library collections. Each month will feature a different topic or theme.”
Provided by South Central Library System

Library Language: Vocabularies for the Modern Librarian
Wednesday November 14, 10 - 11am
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"... librarianship today requires some serious communication skills. Whether it's other librarians, administrators, users, publishers or vendors, librarians have to juggle several different vocabularies to make sure they're communicating as clearly as possible. We'd like to draw on our sales, publishing, usability and web design experience to help build some guidelines and answer questions about communicating with some of these groups. This seminar will focus specifically on communicating with publishers, vendors and users ..."
Provided by Credo Reference

Video Book Talks: From Script to Screen
Wednesday November 14, 10 - 11am
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"Sally, Michael and Laura will discuss the how and why of video book talks — and demonstrate making one, from writing your script to editing your video to posting it online. If you want to engage your Teens, market your book discussion group, or just encourage people to read, check out this easy, fun way to add book talks to your Website."
Provided by Nebraska Library Commission

Energize Your Base: Tips and Tools to Raise Awareness and Build Support for Library Services
Wednesday November 14, Noon - 1:30pm
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"We know that libraries are a good investment but with tight budgets, we need to energize our base – to take action to connect more strongly with community members, to find out what excites them, and to let them know how libraries are changing lives – one connection at a time. Our panel will explore three vehicles that can help you increase awareness of library services: Library Videos; Geek the Library; Data Visualization."
Provided by WebJunction

How Do YOU Think? And Can You Think Better for Better Results?
Wednesday November 14, Noon - 1pm
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"When you register for the webinar, you will have the opportunity to take the My Thinking Styles assessment and receive your free personalized development report. Then, during the Webinar, Dr. Judy Chartrand, chief scientist at TalentLens, will give a brief overview of the seven thinking styles and help you interpret your results. Knowing your preferred style will help you approach problems and decisions with the right mindset. Your development report will unlock a unique combination that will help you be more successful with your decisions, relationships, projects, and every aspect of your life ..."
Provided by Training Magazine Network

Supercharge your Social Media Initiatives with Video
Wednesday November 14, Noon - 1pm
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"Video is one of the most engaging content formats on the web. On YouTube alone, users watch more than 4 billion hours of video a month. Considering that approximately 1 in every 6 minutes online is spent on a social network, there is a huge opportunity for marketers to capture the attention and engagement of social media users by incorporating video into their social media branding tactics. Join us to learn about all the ways video can be incorporated into a successful social strategy, including a selection of example spotlights from some of the most entertaining brands in social."
Provided by Google

Communicating Through Infographics
Wednesday November 14, 2 - 3pm
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"Would you rather read a 100 page report or look at a visual presentation that conveys the story in less than one minute? Would you like to tell a compelling story about your library through the medium of infographics? Telling an effective story through infographics requires accurate data, compelling design, and visualization tools. During this one-hour webinar, we will discuss and demonstrate: blogs and infographic search resources to find examples and track trends; differences between infographics, poster art, and data visualization; common data sources used in infographics (big data and local sources); suggest library-specific data and statistics appropriate for visual presentation; visualization tools for experimentation."
Provided by Infopeople

Mobile Technology Training: Tech-a-la-Carte
Wednesday November 14, 1 - 2pm
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"Have you thought about taking technology training out of the library and into the community? Irene Romsa, manager of the Outreach Department for the Poudre River Public Library District, will provide an insider's tour of Tech-a-la-Carte. With this small mobile computer lab, the library is taking technology training into the community. The lab provides the library with the flexibility to respond to the particular needs (content, location, time, and day) of specific groups.  "
Provided by TechSoup

Articulate: So What Do You Do?
Thursday November 15, 9:30 - 11am
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"We are often asked to share what we do and often we lose out on an opportunity to insert impact and influence by shooting from the hip and using too many words, too few or not the right words for the right audience. The key to a memorable and interesting response comes in preparation and the selection of the “right” details based on your “audience”. Learn the who, want, why and how method you can apply to your personal value statement and that of your library. Add pizzazz with story and talking points. Explore delivery tips."
Provided by  Outagamie Waupaca Library System

24 Ways To Get Awesome Results for Your Nonprofit Facebook Page
Thursday November 15, 10 - 10:45am
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"This nonprofit webinar will include 24 specific tips and strategies pulled directly from the Facebook Mastery series, including: "Need to know" tips for creating an awesome Facebook Page; Powerful strategies for creating viral Facebook updates; Tips for effective email acquisition on Facebook; Tips to effectively use Facebook ; Promoted posts and Facebook ads; Strategies for increasing fan engagement and loyalty."
Provided by CharityHowTo

Improve Your Small-Places Writing: How to Compose Better Microcontent and Social Network Updates
Thursday November 15, Noon - 1pm
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"Headlines as well as email subject lines, tweets and Facebook status updates are all in the category of microcontent. In these areas, you don’t have much space to work with, but they are some of the most important spaces out there now. You have to create “sticky content” in that space that grabs people and lures them in. You want to make them open your email or click on that link. During this free webinar, you'll learn: Best practices for writing headlines, email subject lines and social network updates; How to write differently for these different spaces; How to emphasize the personal value of your content in only a few words; How to write visually so the reader has a clear image in mind."
Provided by Nonprofit Marketing Guide
She's More than a Mom. Reaching Moms with Content that is Meaningful
Thursday November 15, Noon - 1pm
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"We know not all Moms are created equal and neither are their content needs. Join AOL's Lisa Mathison and Vicki Draper as they take you through AOL's latest research on moms, completed in partnership with Bovitz Research Group. Learn about the 7 distinct archetypes of Moms and the content that they seek online. Understand how brands can deliver content that is more meaningful to the moms they want to reach."
Provided by AOL

Genealogy Webinar: The Society's Collections and Services
Thursday November 15, 1 - 2pm
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"This free webinar will describe the extensive North American collections found in the [Wisconsin Historical] Society's library and archives as well as the services that make these collections so accessible. This is one of the top five genealogical collections in the country."
Provided by Wisconsin Historical Society

Get Your Library on Goodreads
Thursday November 15, 1 - 2pm
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"OCLC and Goodreads have expanded their partnership to provide additional library visibility on the Web and connect Goodreads members back to their local library. Speakers from both Goodreads and OCLC will provide details of the partnership, highlight the new functionality available on Goodreads and walk you through--as a library staff member--how you can take advantage of it."
Provided by OCLC and Goodreads

NoveList: Author Read-Alikes
Thursday November 15, 1 - 1:30pm
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"This 30 minute session focuses solely on read-alikes in NoveList. We will review how to use NoveList to find more authors like your patrons' favorites, using Author Read-alikes and much more!"
Provided by EBSCOhost

Leader as Coach: Create a Culture of Development -- Shape People-Positive Outcomes: Webinar #2: Leader as Coach: Giving, Seeking and Receiving Feedback
Thursday November 15, 2 - 3:30pm
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"Harnessing people's energy and effort is vital in today's context of constant change. Our approach to others sets the tone for our organization as we lead by example. In turn, our employees, modeling our behavior and carrying the tone of our leadership, respond daily to co-workers and customers and create a culture people want to or not want to work and "play" in."
Provided by Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Transforming Traditional Library Services: Text a Librarian – Ideas for Best Practices
Thursday November 15, 2 - 3pm
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"Librarians are working hard and fast to determine what services and materials can be offered on mobile devices. With each new platform (web, mobile, etc), librarians need to be familiar with it and the types of services that can be offered on each platform. In reference services, we have moved from in-person to adding instant messaging, chat, and now mobile. This one-hour seminar will provide attendees with a brief history of mobile reference services, options for mobile reference services, and best practices. At the end of this one-hour webinar, the second of a four-part series, participants will: Understand how mobile reference services work; Identify some of the software/vendors that supply mobile reference services; Be familiar with the types of questions best answered via mobile reference; Share best practices for mobile reference services."
Provided by Infopeople

Your Board and Fundraising
Thursday November 15, 2 - 3pm
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"Learn how to engage your board in fundraising. This webinar will cover: The role of your board; Why board members may be reluctant to fundraise and how to overcome these concerns; Ways the board can participate in fundraising activities; Tips for strengthening your fundraising board."
Provided by The Foundation Center

Library 2017: Tech at Warp Speed
Friday November 16, 1 - 2pm
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"Jason Griffey is set to moderate the discussion with a panel of librarians and library industry experts."
Provided by American Libraries

How To Report Back To Donors: From Newsletters to Annual Reports
Monday November 19, 10 - 10:45am
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"We know from donor research and practical experience that donors want to hear what you did with their first gift before they are likely to give you a second one. That means you need to figure out ways to share your results and success stories with donors throughout the year, so you can ask for that additional support. During this free webinar, you’ll get a menu of more than a dozen different ways that you can report back to your donors, so they’ll be ready to do even more to help next time you ask."
Provided by CharityHowTo

Learn About Makerspaces from the Innovators at Cleveland Public Library
Monday November 19, 1 - 2pm
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"A look back at ALA Midwinter meeting from a library technology perspective. Our panel of experts will analyze and discuss what they learned and what trends stood out at the conference."
Provided by ALA TechSource

Library Services for Job Seekers
Tuesday November 20, 1 - 2pm
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"What services is your library providing to current job seekers? Is your community aware of the services available? Who are natural partners in your community to assist you? What does it mean to be a 21st Century job seeker? This webinar will give you the opportunity to reevaluate and repackage your library services for job seekers."
Provided by Northern Waters Library Service

Election Update and Connecting with the New Congress
Monday November 19, 3 - 4pm
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"Curious about what happened on Election Day 2012? Wondering what library issues the 113th Congress might consider? Just wanting to figure out who the new members of Congress are (and how to influence them)? Join us for this webinar designed specifically for library leaders to provide an update on 2012 and ideas for learning about your legislators (and having an impact) in 2013. We’ll look at the election trends as well as what library leaders can do in the next few months to ensure that members of Congress and their staff listen up on library issues."
Provided by the American Library Association

Developing an Epic Facebook Strategy for Your Nonprofit
Tuesday November 27, 11:45am - 12:45pm
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"This session will walk participants set-by-step through creating an effective Facebook marketing strategy. We will discuss defining your audience, understanding the "native language" on Facebook, developing a content strategy, engaging with fans, and measuring results. The participants will walk away with a more solid game plan for their presence on Facebook."
Provided by GiftWorks

Artificial Intelligence: Transforming Reference
Wednesday November 28, 10 - 11am
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"Meet 'Pixel,' the chatbot at the University of Nebraska– Lincoln Library. Artificial intelligence is enabling Pixel and other types of chatbots to be trained and developed to guide and support students navigating the dense library website and complex databases. See Pixel in action and discuss the future of reference services as libraries incorporate artificial intelligence tools."
Provided by Nebraska Library Commission

How Emotional Intelligence Drives Effective Leadership
Wednesday November 28, 11am - Noon
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"You will learn how to develop and implement emotional intelligence competencies in yourself and others, and how to manage emotions for optimal performance. The emphasis is on information that can be applied by any leader at any level."
Provided by American Management Association

Motivation as a Skill: Strategies for Managers and Employees
Wednesday November 28, 11am - Noon
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"You’ll learn: How satisfying employees’ basic psychological needs sets the stage for immediate and long-term performance, health, and well-being; Motivation best practices that help make everyday leadership easier, improve employees’ daily work experience, and also foster an optimal motivation environment throughout the organization; What it’s like to shift your Motivational Outlook on a task, goal, or situation you do not inherently enjoy, or have been avoiding."
Provided by WebEx

Create Your 2013 Fundraising Plan: Get Ahead By Planning Ahead
Wednesday November 28, 2 - 3pm
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"Some say there are four steps to fundraising – plan, plan, plan, and work your plan. Unfortunately, some of us are so busy fundraising that we feel like we don’t have time to plan. But, in the long run, this only costs us more time (and money!). In this webinar, you will start to win back some of your lost time by learning how to create a strategic fundraising plan for your organization. We will go over what to consider when creating your plan, the financial information you need to gather and analyze, how to develop your goals, what fundraising strategies will best meet those goals, and evaluation metrics for measuring your success."
Provided by Nonprofit Webinars

Graphics, Flyers and Design for the Library-Minded
Wednesday November 28, 2 - 3pm
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"You have seen your library's flyers, posters and images. Are you pleased with what you see?  Or are you confusing your patrons with too many words, no images, a lack of clear information and clutter?  Tech Geek Adam Brisk will present an informational webinar on designing effective and inexpensive flyers, signs and posters without overusing the comic sans font."
Provided by Nicolet Federated Library System

Leader as Coach: Create a Culture of Development -- Shape People-Positive Outcomes: Webinar #3: Leader as Coach: Set Developmental Goals and Use Model to Conduct a Counseling Session
Thursday November 29, 2 - 3:30pm
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"Harnessing people's energy and effort is vital in today's context of constant change. Our approach to others sets the tone for our organization as we lead by example. In turn, our employees, modeling our behavior and carrying the tone of our leadership, respond daily to co-workers and customers and create a culture people want to or not want to work and "play" in."
Provided by Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Tech Tools with Tine: 1 Hour of Photo Fun
Friday November 30, 10 - 11am
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"In this Webinar, Tine will take you on a tour of several fun (and free) photo tools -- Instagram, Animoto and Google Goggles."
Provided by Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Steampunk or Victorian Science Fiction
Friday November 30, Noon - 1pm
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"Join us for a fascinating webcast presented by futurist Brian David Johnson and cultural historian James Carrott, authors of Vintage Tomorrows for a discussion into what Steampunk (as a genre, movement, lifestyle, and philosophy) teaches us about the ways people are thinking about their relationships with technology."
Provided by O'Reilly

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