Join Jane Bentley (virtually) from New York State Library to learn more about the free services available to your patrons who are unable to use standard print materials due to a visual, physical or reading disability.
Becky Sloane from Clifton Springs Library will share tips and tricks about video editing, lighting, and other tech that she's learned over the past year. Bring your virtual programming technical support tips, questions and lessons learned to share with everyone after Becky's presentation!
Part of Minimum Standards for NYS Public and Association Libraries is forming Community Partnerships. One way libraries can do this is supporting local youth and service groups such as the Girl Scouts.
Join a Senior Training Consultant from Gale (virtually) to learn what resources are available to your patrons through NOVELny and how to use them.
Co-presented by Chautauqua Cattaraugus Library System and Pioneer Library System.
Come to this session and learn about the organization KidsRead2Kids and how they help kids build self-esteem and reading confidence. They'll be sharing resources that are available to help bring joy and confidence back to the struggling reader and how you can use them at your library.
NYS Historic Newspaper Project provides free online access to a wide range of newspapers that reflect New York's unique history.
Understanding mental illness can make a big difference in the service libraries provide to their community members. Join the National Alliance on Mental Illness to help raise awareness and change perceptions around mental health conditions within our libraries.
Join Elizabeth Jones, Community Impact Officer, Chautauqua Region Community Foundation & Team, for grant writing tips that will strengthen your requests, help improve your chances on getting funded, and further your library's mission.
The purpose of the Network of the National Library of Medicine Beyond the Binary training is to demonstrate how to find culturally sensitive health information resources for Sexual and Gender Minorities (SGM) populations and the librarians who support them.
Are your federal, state, and local legislators names only with no real connection to your library? Join LJ Martin, Outreach Coordinator and Interim Youth Consultant, CCLS, to take a look at the power of local advocacy and develop an action plan that will make sense for your li