Training

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  • For NC LIVE Only: Back to School with your Gale Resources

    Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2022
    Time: 11:00am - 11:45am
    Location: Online - At Your Computer

    It's that time of year again and we want to make sure you know how your Gale resources from NC LIVE can support this school year's student research and classwork! In this session, we'll cover Gale In Context: Biography and Gale Literature Resource Center and share ways they can be used in student research and be incorporated into class syllabuses. This session will be recorded for those that can't attend. Register to attend and/or receive the recording.

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  • Cultivating Civility and Resilience in Libraries: Challenges and Solutions

    Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2022
    Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Location: Online - At Your Computer

    Would you like to be part of the solution to creating a functional library work environment with workplace communications that are complete and clear? During this webinar, the participants will take you through the journey of their groundbreaking books "Cultivating Civility" and "The Dysfunctional Library". Here their insights, suggestions and solutions to a problem that has plagued some libraries for decades.

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    Joe Eshleman is the Adult Services Librarian at the Hartford Public Library. Throughout his 15-year career in libraries he has focused on topics that help library workers reflect on their roles to help them collaborate. In addition to co-authoring other books, he is a co-author of Cultivating Civility and The Dysfunctional Library.

    Jo Henry, Reference and Instruction Librarian at Horry-Georgetown Technical College, has focused her writings and presentations on topics related to academic librarianship, mindfulness, and civility. Most recently, she has co-authored Cultivating Civility and The Dysfunctional Library.

    Dr. Richard Moniz, Director of Library Services at Horry-Georgetown Technical College, has spent over 25 years in library leadership at private and public institutions of higher education and has been an MLIS instructor for more than 15 years at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Dr. Moniz has authored and co-authored numerous books including Cultivating Civility and The Dysfunctional Library.

    *This session is brought to you by the Professional Development Alliance - a group of consortia committed to sharing learning opportunities across member libraries. 

  • CQ Researcher Monthly Webinar

    Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2022
    Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Location: Online - At Your Computer

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    CQ Researcher: 90 years+ and still going strong!

    Librarians and researchers alike turn to CQ Researcher (CQR) for trusted, accessible content and analysis on newsworthy social and political issues. CQR reports feature authoritative content supporting a range of social science disciplines including political science, public policy, social studies, international affairs, law, economics, health policy, environmental studies, crime, youth issues, and education. The structured, expertly-researched and written reports serve as excellent supporting materials for courses in journalism and composition.

    Join us for a training session to learn more about this resource and the valuable content it provides.

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