Log in instructions will be emailed on the morning of each program.All webinars are free to TLA members; nonmember and group rates will vary by program, see below for details.RECORDING HANDOUT QUIZ Walter Betts, Emily Billings, and Carolyn Booker How many times have you attended a panel at a conference, only to find a series of unrelated micro-presentations with little useful content?Leaders of the 2017 Texas Library Association Conference will discuss how to organize and implement a moderated panel as a conference program event.Volunteers are the most underutilized resource in nonprofits.In this fast paced, content rich webinar, we will review everything you need to know to have a robust and revenue generating volunteer program.
REGISTEREnsuring collections are selected, acquired, categorized and maintained takes a village!
All webinars will carry Continuing Education credit, some also have CE credit available for viewing the recording. Join SLD for the one-hour webinar: No More Yawning: Tips for Delivering a Compelling Presentation.
In this webinar, you will learn tricks for making a successful presentation including, overcoming the fear (or trepidation) of public speaking, creating compelling slides, and ways to engage your audience.
acquiring and maintaining,) but also the intellectual processes of building, delivering and maintaining a resource/materials collection for meeting the needs of the institution's constituents.
May 9 | 1-2pm, Central Time TLA Officer Orientation, Part 2In the second half of this guide for new TLA officers, experienced leaders will review important issues such as staying within budget, volunteer management, and planning for elections.
Collaborating with the CFPB makes it easy for libraries to refer your patrons to trusted sources so they can make important money decisions. A recent TLA survey showed, however, that librarians are unsure of what really constitutes community engagement as opposed to community outreach.