Does your blog need an epic win? How to add extra pages, engage guest bloggers, & how to make your blog your triumphant one stop shop and main web presence.
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Continuing Professional Education
|B3: Butler Book Banter|
|Join Thom Barthelmess, curator of the Butler Children’s Literature Center, and fellow youth literature enthusiasts on the third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. for lively book discussion, socializing and snacks.|
Visit the Butler Center blog at butlerspantry.org/b3 for the books we’ll be reading. These events are free, with registration recommended.
$25 per session/$40 for both
|This two-part webinar series is presented by Mary Minow, library copyright expert and holder of Dominican University’s Follett Chair.||Register|
|What Every Library Worker Should Know|
Learn what's clear on copyright basics, what's not, and how to minimize risk.
Learn the latest on cases and other pending copyright developments that affect libraries, users and access to information.
|17th Annual McCusker Memorial Lecture|
October 16, 6 p.m.
Martin Recital Hall
|Sr. Mary Paynter, OP, will present “Educational Essentials on the American Frontier,” a look back at Father Samuel.|
|What's New: The Best of|
Children's Literature 2013
November 1, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Aula Auditorium Priory Campus
|Join Peggy Sharp, PhD, highly regarded children's literature expert, for a whirlwind tour of the best in children’s literature published in 2013.|
$130 includes lunch, breaks and handouts. 7 CPDUs available.
|Preparing and Responding to Natural Disasters|
November 21, 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Gail Borden Public Library
|Roles for Public Libraries|
Crisis informatics expert Christine Hagar, PhD, will share ways public library staff can support their communities in times of disaster.
$75. Three CPDUs available.
Reinventing Libraries will offer thought-provoking discussions and actionable solutions to some of the biggest challenges libraries are facing, including rethinking collections, engaging the community and helping students and patrons learn. The program will feature insights on managing new technologies and services; the latest developments in ebooks and streaming media; optimizing discovery; and much more!
Our speakers and panelists, including Dan Cohen, Susan Hildreth, Mimi Ito, Deborah Jacobs, Barbara Stripling and John Wilkin, will present innovative ideas and actionable solutions for and from libraries of all types – school, academic, and public.
Learning 2.0 Meets MOOC: Professional Development Evolves
Flipped School Libraries
The Community Joins In: Library Maker Spaces
eCollections: Beyond Novelty – Focusing in on Collection Development, Self-Publishing, and eMagazines