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 »
18 December 2018
This webinar will explore the life-cycle of a successful library adult program.
23 January 2019
This webinar will highlight how two Maryland libraries are building virtual and augmented reality programming.
Most Recent Webinars
Webinar / Last Modified: 29 November 2018
In this Transformative Leaders webinar, learn about an award-winning library's approach to change management, as an organization that not only responds to change, but one that embraces it.
Webinar / Last Modified: 19 November 2018
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: 07 November 2018
In this webinar, learn how the Millvale Community Library addresses their community's food desert, uses clean energy, offers a tool-lending library, and more.
Webinar / Last Modified: 09 October 2018
Join us to learn about the refreshed Supercharged Storytimes curriculum, soon to be made available in a self-paced course, and about the online facilitator training, for those interested in learning how to guide storytime provider peers through the c...
Webinar / Last Modified: 03 October 2018
Part three of a three-part series on evaluating and sharing your library's impact, focused on presenting data to make the case for how your library plays a critical role in your community.