WebJunction News Archives
In fall 2017, WebJunction cohosted a series of webinars with TechSoup on social media in libraries. In conjunction with the series, library staff were asked in a survey, if social media policies were in place in their libraries. The most common respo...
In collaboration with the Public Library Association, WebJunction hosted the Opioid Crisis Town Hall: Library Needs and Responses, on September 12, 2017 (see Town Hall Summary). Three months following the event, we surveyed participants, asking them ...
In this, the first 2018 edition of our Social Library series, we're highlighting a fresh set of stellar examples of libraries leveraging Facebook in innovative ways. From a fun movie tie-in contest to a reading challenge, and from staff favorites to ...
OCLC's Linn Haugestad Edvardsen shares a recap of the third annual Library Marketing and Communications Conference hosted in Dallas this past November. This conference is designed for library employees of any level who are involved in marketing, comm...
The WebJunction Course Catalog provides free access to library-focused self-paced courses and webinar recordings. Through the generous support of OCLC and many state library agencies across the United States, WebJunction continues to provide timely a...
FAQ for state and regional library partners applying to WebJunction's Supercharged Storytimes for All Train the Trainer project.
Overview of WebJunction's Supercharged Storytimes for All for potential state and regional library training partners
Applications are now being accepted from state or regional library networks for WebJunction's Supercharged Storytimes for All Train the Trainer project.
The season of goal-setting is upon us, and what better time to explore new learning opportunities to meet some of your library's goals for the year. Whether looking to develop your own workplace skills or to expand your team's skillset, webinars can ...
The National Day of Racial Healing (NDORH) is an opportunity for people, organizations, and communities to call for racial healing, bring people together in their shared humanity and take action together to create a more just and equitable world.
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