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* MacGyver Librarianship: The Art of Doing More w/Less!

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* Taking it to the Streets: Successful Adult Programming Outside the Library
* Life after getting an MLIS
* Keeping Libraries Relevant: Using Technology - Understanding Informational Text

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* STEM Programs for All Ages
* Generation Z: Understanding the Next Generation of Worker and Consumer
* Do-It-Yourself PR for Nonprofits
* 21st Century Approach to Test Preparation – ACT/SAT/Advanced Placement (
* 3 Key ingredients for a Successful Online Campaign
* Finding the Public Domain: 19 Institutions Making an Impact
* Collection Assessment and Preservation
* New Approaches to Existing Spaces
* Transforming Government Data

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* Finding the Return on Investment in Blended Learning
* Behind the Scenes: Running Webinars
* Open Access and Libraries
* What We’re Reading: Staff Favorites from Penguin Random House Library Marketing
* Screencast Innovations for the 21st Century Learner and Educator

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* Library Marketing on a Shoestring

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* Ensuring Happiness at Work
* Get Mobile-Ready for Year-End Fundraising

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* Cool Tools for You and Your Library
* What’s a Mission Statement Worth?
* Community College Librarians: Managing Yourself
* Library Thought Leaders Series: Sari Feldman
* LibraryBox Project: an Update
* Put a Goal on It: WebJunction and Self Directed Learning
* Relative Impact: Volunteer ROI Part 1 – More volunteer hours is not always a goo

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* Beyond data management plans, creative data services in libraries
* Success Strategies for Electronic Content Discovery and Access
* Best Practices for developing content that maximizes engagement & meets your lea
* Five Data Don'ts
* Digital Literacy for Everyone: Going from Tech Averse to Tech Savvy
* Integrating Virtual Opportunities and Remote Volunteers into your Volunteer Prog

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* Data Visualization, Smithsonian Institution, and Public Humanities
* Making Difficult Conversations Easy

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* Creating Even More with Google Drive!

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* Flip The Webinar! How the Flipped Classroom Model can Reinvent the Webinar
* Common x 3 (Public, Academic, School): Designing next generation gathering and l
* Teacher Librarian News Night

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* Open Access: Looking Back at Ten Years of Open Access Publishing
* Building a Website with WordPress
* Measuring America: Your Guide to Income and Poverty Statistics
* Every Kid Ready to Read: Tech Tools for Early Literacy
* Ready To Transform Life After 50? Let’s Get Started
* Teacher Evaluation: Assessing Students to Demonstrate Learning

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* Revisiting Reformatting
* Resource Description and Access Overview: Making RDA Work
* 7 Reasons to Flip the College Classroom – And How to Do It

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* The Librarian As Teacher

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* Going Global with Virtual Instructor-Led Training: Bucking Tradition

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* Discovering a Gold Mine of U.S. Government Information: Exploring the Hathitrust

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* Tech Talk with Michael Sauers: Using the Arduino to Develop Coding Literacy in L

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