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Adult Programming Series: 20 Adult Programming Ideas in One Hour
Category: Archives
Get ideas for new ways to engage adult patrons with programming in these fast paced, humorous sessions. Veteran programmer Amy Alessio will go over themes and ideas that were a hit - and ones you may want to avoid! Participate in the chat for a chance to win prizes and receive access to slides, an outline of all ideas and more.
 
Presenter:  Amy Alessio is an award-winning librarian with a black belt in karate. Her latest book is the co-authored of A Year of Fandom Fun (American Library Association, 2017). Her fiction includes the Amazon bestselling Alana O'Neill mysteries with vintage recipes. She teaches graduate-level young adult literature and webinars on book trends and social media. She enjoys helping authors find readers through her work at AuthorRx and she is a romance reviewer for Booklist. Learn more at http://www.amyalessio.com./


 

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Digital Literacy for Everyone
Category: Archives
Cost:  $20
Gold Members    FREE
Silver Members    $12
Bronze Members    $18
Group rate 10 or more

Presenter:  Kieran Hixon 
Looking for ways to get you and your staff up to speed? If you can figure out Dewey, you can figure out Windows! Gain practical tips, tools, and techniques to help bridge the digital divide at your library and create a culture of learning around technology

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Gadgets and Gizmos: Exploring Technology for Youth
Category: Archives
Want to engage children with the latest technology but don’t know where to begin? Interested in using technology in your programming but you’re on a tight budget?   Join us for the third annual Gadgets and Gizmos webinar. This popular,  detailed webinar presentation will showcase some cool new tech gadgets (such as Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit, Cloud Rover, Lego Boost and Circuit Scribe), websites and resources you can incorporate into your youth services programs! You will also have an opportunity to share your technology successes and challenges with other attendees.

Presenters:
Holly Klingler, Research and Innovation Coordinator and Rachelle Perry, Youth Services Education and Events Coordinator, Northeast Ohio Regional Library System
 

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Paint Night: How to do this at Your Library
Category: Archives
Cost:  $20
Gold, Silver & Bronze Members    FREE
Group rate 10 or more


Inspired by the popular local Paint Nite events, the Westerville Public Library decided to bring the programming to their patrons for free!  The program allowed attendees of any skill level to recreate beautiful paintings by following guided, step-by-step instructions from the artist.  Librarians will learn how to coordinate a free paint night event for their patrons and how to select an artist if there is not one on your staff.

Presented by:
Kaya Burgin, Adult Services Librarian
Becky O'Neil, Youth Services Librarian
 

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The Accidental Trainer: How to Create & Teach Tech in Your Library
Category: Archives
Getting more and more requests for tech classes with no time or skills to create them? In need of supplemental resources to send home with patrons when they come in for one-on-one tech help? Join Monica Dombrowski, Chair of PLA’s Digital Literacy Committee, as she shares strategies and resources along with Information about Gail’s Toolkit—now part of PLA’s DigitalLearn.org that will make it easy for you create and teach tech in your library!
 
Presenter:  Monica Dombrowski, Director of Digital Resources,  Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin, IL.
Monica has over 20 years of teaching experience in both the corporate and library worlds and was named a 2017 Library Journal Mover & Shaker for her Gail’s Toolkit grant project. She is passionate about digital literacy and showcasing the library as a premier place of education in the community.    
 

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What the Heck Happened? 2017 Employment Law Update: Part I
Category: Archives
  • What did the EEOC say about the ADA and LEAVES OF ABSENCE?
  • What EXACTLY must an employee say to be covered by the ADA?
  • Do you have to keep granting ADDITIONAL EXTENSIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE under the ADA?
  • What guidance did the EEOC give regarding its new Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP)?
  • What did the EEOC say about the TIMING OF PROVIDING ADA ACCOMODATIONS?
  • Are HAIRSTYLES protected under RACE or RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION?
  • What should your application say about “SEALED CONVICTIONS?”
  • What did Ohio courts say about limiting STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS TO 180 DAYS?
  • How does Ohio’s NEW VEHICLE CONCEALED CARRY LAW work, and how has it affected your policies?
  • What is changing with the EEO-1?
  • What did the courts say about public employees’ FIRST AMENDMENT FREE SPEECH RIGHTS?
…and MUCH, MUCH more…

Join Scott Warrick as he reviews the most recent and most important employment law changes and updates in his own unique, practical, entertaining and humorous style.  Scott will not only inform you of these important changes, but he will use his over three decades of Employment Law/Human Resource Management experience to tell you how to use this information IMMEDIATELY!  More details coming soon.

Presenter:  Scott Warrick combines the areas of law and human resources to assist organizations in “Solving Employee Problems BEFORE They Happen.”  Scott uses his unique background of LAW and HUMAN RESOURCES to help organizations get where they want to go, which includes coaching and training managers and employees in his own unique, practical and entertaining style.

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Winning Library Grants
Category: Archives
Grants can support the changing needs in your community and your budget, as well as many additional benefits. Stephanie Gerding’s grant webinars are known for being easy to understand, motivating, fun and full of valuable tips.

In this interactive webinar, you will learn the basic process of grant work, including how to develop a winning grant project, where to look for funding sources, and what key elements go into a great proposal. Learn how to quickly locate grant opportunities through free resources, find out what funders are looking for in a successful grant proposal, and discover real library grant success techniques. Practical advice, easy grants for beginners, partnership ideas, and valuable resource lists will be shared. You’ll be excited, motivated, and ready to win grants for your library!

Participants will be able to:
  • Apply the basic process of grant work
  • Develop grant projects using community needs & planning
  • Find library grant funding sources
  • Write a proposal funders will love
Presenter:  Stephanie Gerding, MLIS, is a library consultant, author, and trainer. She has in-depth knowledge and practical experience with grants, having worked on all sides of the grant process as a grant writer, funder, project coordinator, and evaluator. Stephanie is the author of four books, including Winning Grants and The Accidental Technology Trainer, as well as over 20 professional library articles on fundraising.

Recent projects include sole creation and facilitation for the Public Library Association's strategic planning initiative, Dynamic Planning Institute, instructor for Infopeople's Building a Culture of Learning initiative, trainer for PLA's Project Outcome, and training needs assessments for state and national organizations. She is Executive Director of Act of Giving, a nonprofit giving circle.
 

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