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Employability of Today’s LIS Graduates: Library Leadership Perspective-Dr. Stan Trembach

Stan Trembach is an Assistant Professor at the School of Library and Information Management. His research centers around the issues of management and leadership in contemporary information…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Area of Academic Libraries

This is the sixth and final installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses the area of academic…

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Conversations with SLIM Professors: Health Information Professional and Informatics Concentration

This is the first installment of a series of virtual conversations between SLIM faculty and students based on degree concentration areas. This session discusses Health Information Professional and…

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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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Open Educational Resources & Academic Libraries: Opportunities for Connection and Collaboration

This presentation will review research regarding use of OER, or Open Educational Resources, by faculty and students in higher education. Faculty and students present differing perspectives and…

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Teaching Research Skills In School Libraries - Tips and Tricks for Student Success

Information literacy is more important than ever, and our students are struggling to keep up. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how we can better teach our students the importance of finding and…

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Libraries and Non-Traditional Information Seekers: Integrating Cultural Competencies into Literacy Education

Working with information seekers from nontraditional populations is a challenge for many public service librarians. In this webinar, we will discuss how to turn these challenges into opportunities…

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Emily Vardell - Health Insurance Literacy in Libraries

Today many adults have difficulty knowing how to find a physician, fill a prescription, use and pay for medications, and use health information to make informed decisions about their health.…

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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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Accessibility from the Ground Up: Lessons from our First Year working towards Accessibility

Pacific University Libraries started a group to investigate accessibility in 2019. We want to share our experiences from our first year of accessibility work on library facilities, services,…

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IT371 Week 13

ePortfolio Requirements and Examples

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IT371 Week 11

Adobe Spark

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IT371 Week 10

21st Century Learning and the Four Cs

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Classflow Walkthrough

Classflow Design (Interactive Presentation Software)

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Jessi Barrientos Webinar - By the People, For the People: Creating Community Profiles

Westminster Public Library has taken a hyper-local focus and created innovative strategies to satisfy the needs of all patrons in our service area. Explore how to create a data-driven community…

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IT371 Week 2

ISTE, TPACK, and UDL

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