WebJunction Webinar Calendar
To view a complete list of past WebJunction webinars, go to: WebJunction Webinar Recordings
Join us for free webinars that allow you to meet and learn from library leaders and practitioners. Anyone who has an internet connection can attend and participate in a WebJunction webinar! The webinars are all recorded and made available for you to watch in the WebJunction Course Catalog.
WebJunction’s catalog of courses and webinar recordings on library topics is now open to all library staff and volunteers. A certificate of completion is provided after you have completed any course or webinar you enroll in from the catalog. Go to the WebJunction Course Catalog »
26 September 2017
A webinar on tabletop games including an overview of game types and how public libraries are using them for programming and projects to grow 21st century skills.
12 October 2017
This webinar focuses on how to research, plan, and deliver storytimes in languages other than English, even when you don't speak the language.
24 October 2017
Part 1 in the Libraries and Social Media webinar series, jointly hosted by WebJunction and TechSoup.
Most Recent Webinars
Webinar / Last Modified: 15 September 2017
This webinar presents strategies for library outreach to and engagement with Latino and Spanish-speaking communities, laying the groundwork for successful programming.
Webinar / Last Modified: 13 September 2017
WebJunction and PLA invites libraries and their community partners to join this virtual town hall discussion about current library needs and possible responses to the nation's opioid crisis.
Webinar / Last Modified: 08 September 2017
A webinar exploring change, our response to change, and ways to get beyond just surviving change, to learn to embrace and thrive in new environments.
Webinar / Last Modified: 05 September 2017
Join this webinar to learn from the most recent winners of Library Journal's annual Best Small Library in America Award, Southern Area Public Library (WV) and Pine River Library (CO)
Webinar / Last Modified: 02 September 2017
A webinar rethinking how library spaces can be configured to enhance and expand community engagement in the digital age.