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Introduction to Lesson Planning for the One Shot is a six-week course that will introduce participants to basic educational theory, and guide them in using that theory to structure a lesson around their chosen content. Throughout the course, participants will learn the different parts of a basic lesson plan, how to organize those pieces…(Read More)

This course is intended for librarians who are new to working with patrons who need to find primary sources. It will cover using four important electronic databases, and several prominent printed resources, to locate primary sources in archives and in online databases. By the end of this webinar the participant will be able to: Find…(Read More)

Wanda Kay Brown, American Library Association (ALA), president-elect encourages members to serve on an ALA, Council or joint committee for the 2019-2021 term (terms start on July 1, 2019). Serving on a committee provides members with leadership training, networking opportunities, and experience in working on specific association topics. The online committee volunteer form…(Read More)

Parents are frequently suggested as the educators that could or should be teaching financial literacy to youth and children but money can be difficult for families to talk about and not all parents feel equipped to share financial knowledge. Additionally, parenting is often accompanied by new financial challenges, ranging from getting insurance to managing a…(Read More)

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