[Michlib-l] WebJunction content and upcoming webinars for June and July
White, Shannon (MDE)
WhiteS29 at michigan.gov
Wed Jun 17 18:29:52 EDT 2015
Are you subscribed to Crossroads, WebJunction’s free enewsletter? Each month, Crossroads highlights new articles on WebJunction.org, including upcoming webinars and new course content. Subscribe today<http://www.webjunction.org/explore-topics/wj-news/crossroads.html> and be part of the online learning community!
Highlighted content from WebJunction
· Books and Beyond: Dynamic Programming for Adults<http://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/books-and-beyond-dynamic-programming-for-adults.html>: explore new ideas for events and activities at your library. This webinar was filled with inspiring ideas and resources.
· Looking for even more great programming ideas? Read the latest issue of The Social Library<http://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/the-social-library-volume-seventeen.html> to see what your colleagues around the country have planned this summer.
June and July Webinars
Beyond Books Sales: Practical Ideas for Raising Funds for Your Library
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 ♦ 2 pm Eastern ♦ 60 min
It's time to take a fresh look at ideas for raising funds for your library. Although book sales have been a standard library fundraiser, they take a lot of time and effort, with dwindling returns on investment in recent years. Whether considering new types of events or tried-and-true activities, you’ll learn the "12 Must-Know Facts About Fundraising." Find out how to assess your library’s capacity for fundraising, enlist the right volunteers, engage the community, and create a sustainable plan to boost your library’s bottom line and raise visibility. With this strong foundation, libraries of any size can move into new directions to grow support for their libraries.
This webinar is hosted in collaboration with the Association for Rural and Small Libraries<http://arsl.info/>.
Presented by: Sue Hall, Director of Library Strategies<http://thefriends.org/consulting/>
No Job Seeker Left Behind: Library Services to Meet Their Needs
Thursday, July 9, 2015 ♦ 2 pm Eastern ♦ 60 min
Every day, libraries around the country are filled with people seeking help with jobs and careers. How do library staff find time and resources to assist them all? Learn a variety of practical ways to deliver career development services in your library from two certified ALA Career Development Facilitators. They have strategies and resources to help you cover the spectrum from a quick "on the fly" toolbox of forms and templates to ideas for one-time classes, workshop series, and even one-on-one personalized career sessions for patrons. You really can support those job-seekers.
Presented by: Aileen Luppert, Librarian, Spokane County Library District (WA); and Michelle Simon, Program Coordinator, Business and Career Development Services, Pima County Library (AZ)
Shannon D. White
Library of Michigan
702 West Kalamazoo, P.O. Box 30007, Lansing, MI 48909-7507
Ph: 517-373-9489; Fax: 517-373-5700
Toll free: 877-479-0021
whites29 at michigan.gov<mailto:whites29 at michigan.gov>
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