BiblioInsiders library webinar series: collaborating, growing and learning together
Join the BiblioInsiders webinar series, designed for library professionals who want to learn how to create transformative libraries that serve vulnerable patrons.
The BiblioInsiders webinar series is a must-attend event for all library professionals. This online series, born from a highly successful physical event, offers four webinars that focus on how to create transformative libraries that serve vulnerable patrons. Check out the list of themes, speakers, and dates, or subscribe to receive updates about future webinars.
- Grant Writing Basics: Stacy Rausch, Director of Branch Library Service, Gail Borden Public Library – April 12, 11am CST – register for the webinar
- Innovative Approaches in Serving Vulnerable Patrons: Robert Simmons, Director of Social Services and Public Safety, Oak Park Public Library – coming soon – subscribe to receive updates
- Uplifting Community Voices: Amber Hayes, Communications Coordinator, and Amy Koester, Learning Experiences Manager, Skokie Public Library – coming soon – subscribe to receive updates
- Technology Efficiencies: Kate Hall, Executive Director, Northbrook Public Library – coming soon – subscribe to receive updates
This webinar series provides an excellent opportunity for library professionals to collaborate, learn, and grow together while gaining valuable insights on ways to establish libraries that can effect transformation for vulnerable patrons.
Don’t miss out on this chance to gain new knowledge and skills – register today!
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