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Navigating Nonfiction Readers' Advisory

How much of the library collection is nonfiction? How well does it circulate? How do we let our patrons know our nonfiction collection is broad, engaging, and worth their time to explore? By…

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Rec & Read: Expanding services with library kiosks at Westminster Public Library: From Idea to Implementation

Even before the 2020 pandemic, Westminster Public Library had been looking for ways to re-invent itself as a brand that exists outside four walls. Since the buildings were closed for much of the…

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Bringing Local History Alive - Marlys Lien and Mary Carpenter

Does your library have a special collection full of rich historic details about the community you serve? While relatively few people actively seek out primary local history materials, everyone…

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Being Trauma-Informed During a Pandemic: An Introduction for Library Staff

It's been said that the current global crisis is a traumatic event. What does that mean in the context of our work, as employees and as organizations? Bryce Kozla doesn't have all the…

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Goodreads Webinar - Robyn Bravi

Become a Goodreads Power User! Learn how to get the most out of the “world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations”, Goodreads. During this webinar, we will explore…

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ERM Expert video lectures: Clint Chamberlain on working with vendors

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