Face-to-face Workshops

(Central Time)


Fall 2017 and Spring 2018

You Can Do I.T. - Teaching Technology in Libraries

 You asked for it! Here's your chance to learn best practices for teaching technology to your library patrons  in a one-on-one setting or in groups.  You'll leave feeling more confident in your ability to help patrons with technology and connect with colleagues by sharing idea, tips, and technology woes with another.

6.5 TSLAC CE hours

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Fall 2017 and
Spring 2018

Small Library Management - Advanced: Telling Your Library's Story

One of the most important roles of the library manager today is the articulation of the value, benefit, worth and impact of their library.

This 6.5 hour workshop will integrate classic and still-successful techniques with today and tomorrow’s new visualizations.

Participants should leave this workshop confident in telling the story of their library using classic, enhanced, and best practices of current data and storytelling techniques. Focus will be placed on engaging your community with visually-striking presentations and strategically-delivered information and in verbally communicating the library’s value clearly and concisely with ease.

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6.5 TSLAC CE hours

 Spring and Summer  2018

Engaging with Teens in Your Library

In this interactive session Linda W. Braun, YALSA’s CE consultant, will help you review and re-envision the world of library teen services. These are services with the goal of helping teens develop the skills, knowledge, and social emotional development needed for success in life. At the end of the session you will have tools and knowledge for a revitalized approach to teen services and be able to begin integrating new and expanded ideas in your community right away.

6.5 TSLAC CE hours

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Many of our workshops are made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act. (2015)

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