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CURRENT LDND EVENTS:

Event Info Dates Synopsis Documents & Links (if applicable)
We Learn From Each Other – Bookmobiles and Mobile Outreach in Virginia Public Libraries Tuesday, April 20th, 1:00 – 2:00 PM Join us for a panel discussion with public library staff who have been a part of outreach service from every angle! For libraries tasked with starting a bookmobile or mobile library service or expand what they already have –  You will hear from boots-on-the ground staff and a library director’s perspective on what works, what doesn’t, and what we wish someone had told us when we started.  Bring your burning questions as we will finish the discussion with a Q&A session.

 

Register here:

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/learnfromeachother

 

Registrants will receive a link to the Zoom session and have access to the recording.

 

 


PCI Webinars:

People Connect Institute (PCI) has course seats with both live and archived webinars.  They provide a team of experts in training, organizational development, and continuing education and focus on providing learning-based solutions for library organizations of all types and sizes.  These webinars are only available to staff working in libraries located in Virginia.

To access PCI, visit: https://my.nicheacademy.com/libraryofvirginia-staff

  1. If you have already created an account in the Library of Virginia Academy, you will be able to login using the same credentials. If you haven’t set up an account yet you will need to do so.
  2. Once you have successfully created an account (or logged into your existing account) you will be assigned to the Library of Virginia Academy
  3. After watching the webinar, you will be asked to complete a follow-up survey (within three months) relaying how you plan to utilize the information gained.

This subscription was made possible through a grant provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Library Services and Technology Act.


Data & Evaluation Webinars

PLA Project Outcome:

TechSoup:

Infopeople:

WebJunction:


Continuing Education Opportunities

The Library of Virginia has created with nationally known experts online training to assist in your learning:

IconWebJunction Online Training

 

IconSelf Paced Learning Opportunities

 


Entry Level Library Courses

    • Suggested self-paced courses tailored to the beginning library employee.

Find It Virginia Webinars

    • Universal Class (Recorded Books)
      • Training Video – provides an excellent overview of product use.  Participants will need to register to view.
    • Novelist (EBSCO)
    • Career Transitions, LegalForms, Kids InfoBits (Gale)
    • Masterfile – Content and Searching for Library of Virginia (EBSCO)
      • Recording – best ways to search using Explora and EBSCOhost
    • Rocket Languages

Staff Day Training Topics

    • Visit this page to see the topics and opportunities available from the Library of Virginia to assist in your staff day planning!

Presentation Archive:

  • How to Get More Done with Less Stress – March 2, 2021
      • A 2 hour webinar in which Julie Gray, Professional Coach from Profound Impact, walked attendees through new strategies for managing stress in their lives and provided insight in how to find a better balance.  Produced via the partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE).
      • Slides  |  Resources  |  Original Flyer  |  There was no recording for this event.
  • Brown Bag Webinar: Equity in Action: Fostering an Antiracist Library Culture – December 1, 2020
      • A 1 hour webinar in which Virginia library attendees talk about some of their favorite elements from this multi-day Library Journal & School Library Journal course.
      • Recording  |  Resources Folder  |  Original Flyer
  • Brown Bag Webinar: Association of Bookmobile & Outreach Services (ABOS) Conference – November 18, 2020
      • A 2 hour webinar in which Virginia library attendees talk about some of their favorite sessions from the 2020 Virtual Association of Bookmobile & Outreach Services (ABOS) Conference
      • Recording  |  Resources Folder  |  Original Flyer
  • Brown Bag Webinar: Association of Library Service to Children (ALSC) National Institute – November 17, 2020
      • A 1.5 hour webinar in which Virginia library attendees talk about some of their favorite sessions from the 2020 Virtual Association of Library Service to Children (ALSC) National Institute
      • Recording*  |  Resources Folder  |  Original Flyer
        • *Please note that there is a short 5 minute intermission that begins at the 31:25 minute mark.
  • Brown Bag Webinar: Association of Rural & Small Libraries (ARSL) Conference – November 9, 2020
      • A one-hour webinar in which Virginia library attendees talk about some of their favorite sessions from the 2020 Virtual Association of Rural & Small Libraries (ARSL) Conference
      • Recording  |  Resources Folder  |  Original Flyer
  • Preparing for Funding Year 2021 [E-Rate for Virginia Libraries] – October 20, 2020
      • A one-hour webinar detailing the procurement process, program timeline, eligible services, and current and proposed rules in advance of Funding Year 2021-22. (Presented by E-Rate Central)
      • Recording  |  Slides
  • Introduction to E-Rate [E-Rate for Virginia Libraries] – October 15, 2020
      • This one hour webinar is an introduction to E-Rate and is designed to provide a high-level overview of the federal E-rate discount program as it relates to library entities, including the procurement process, program timeline, and required documents. (Presented by E-Rate Central)
      • Recording  |  Slides
  • Racial Equity 21-day Habit Building Challenge – October 2020
  • Personal Planning For Professional Development – September 28, 2020
      • Whether you are beginning your job or enjoying a long term career, changing careers, or close to retirement, you will optimize your personal time spent in professional development if you learn to plan consciously, make your plan known to your supervisor, make yourself accountable for your professional development and keep good records of your experiences in training, classes, conferences, etc. Learn to make a professional goal setting plan that is driven by your personal needs for growth in your own performance.
      • Recording  |  Slides  |  Work Plan Sample
  • Retention of Minority Librarians – September 18, 2020
      • Libraries try to be warm and welcoming places for everyone, but librarianship isn’t warm and welcoming to everyone who works in libraries.  For decades, many initiatives have focused on the retention of minority/under-represented populations, but what happens when we get in?  And what is necessary to get us to stay?  Presenters will share their experiences on how they have been retained in the profession and share resources for administrations, minority librarians, and more on proven retention strategies.
      • Recording  |  Resources  |  Speakers Full Bios
  • Trauma Informed, Resiliency Oriented Care for Supervisors – September 11, 2020
  • Virtual Programming – September 9, 2020
      • Zan and Dan Raynor of Stevens Puppets
      • Strategic virtual programming: building and keeping audiences, marketing, and outcome evaluation
      • Recording  |  Slides
  • Trauma Informed, Resiliency Oriented Care 101 – July 7, 2020
      • Ami Roeschlein, National Council for Behavioral Health
      • Recording
  • Southeast Collaborative Online Conference – March 2020
      • Recordings of all 14 sessions held in partnership with east coast state libraries, including the Library of Virginia.
  • Reference Round Table – November 2019
  • Planning for Programming Success – July 2019
  • Dyslexia Friendly Libraries
  • Inclusive Services Training–Public Libraries are for Everyone!
  • LVA Webinar Recordings
      • Visit this page to find additional recordings of LVA meetings and/or webinars exclusively from the Library Development & Networking Division (LDND) .

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