WebJunction News Archives
In addition to webinars and courses created through WebJunction, we are pleased to include quality and relevant learning content from other organizations, including Infopeople. We recently added ten new Infopeople webinar recordings on topics core to...
The New Orleans Information Literacy Collective (nolaILC) is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its annual Information Literacy Forum. The Information Literacy Forum is a free conference that looks at all aspects of information literacy. While addr...
You know the feeling. "What did I miss?!"
Summer is in full swing and we are halfway through 2021 – which has many of us looking back at the last six months wondering where the time went! With so much happening, it’s likely t...
July brings new learning opportunities in these 65 free online events, on topics relevant to the important and impactful work happening in libraries. Whether you and your team are seeking new skills or strengthening existing skills, there's something...
While many libraries have had to limit in-person services during the pandemic, the importance and demand for civil legal information related to unemployment or eviction continues to be a pressing concern. A national moratorium on evictions is expecte...
Join OCLC at ALA Annual (June 23 – 29, 2021) for a live REALM discussion panel as well as a variety of on-demand video presentations. Topics range from museum/library partnerships during public health crises, to updates on the latest activities from ...
Social media continues to play a crucial role for libraries as a way to both inform and engage with the community. This edition of the Social Library highlights a library loaning skateboards, Pride Month celebrations, staff anniversaries and two libr...
While the four Creating Pathways to Civil Legal Justice courses are designed for the individual, self-directed learner, they also can be used as the core learning content for a group learning experience with peers – from a small, self-organized group...
Even before the pandemic, Pottsboro Library in Texas had begun to focus more on health, through their community garden, and programming like cooking classes for families on a SNAP budget. But when director Dianne Connery witnessed the added challenge...
Libraries and museums are innovative community centers, and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, they have been essential to the community and national response. In addition to continuing to provide for their communities with curbside services and virtu...
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