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*The Fall (November - December 2019) EI calendar is NOW available!*
*No matter what learning goals you have for 2019, the Education Institute
<> has you covered. Register now to
participate in the webinars live or watch the recordings later at your
convenience.   *

*💥💥APLA members receive membership rates for the Education Institute -
Ask us how!*💥💥


Highlights of what’s coming up at the Education Institute:

*Media Training for Library Professionals: Tips & Techniques*

Lani Krantz

Tuesday, November 5 | 12:00-1:00 pm EST

This webinar is designed to help you excel in communication with
journalists – with special focus on radio and television broadcast
segments. Learn how to prepare for an interview, speak effectively about
your organization and sound clear and comfortable on air.

*Essential Workplace Skills for Library Professionals*

Sheila Laroque

Friday, November 8 | 12:00-1:00 pm EST

Whether you're new to the field or an experienced library worker, there are
a number of skills that librarians need to utilize in order to be
successful in today's changing workplace. This webinar is focused on
resources for lifelong learning; and other tips on how-to build skills that
are relevant to today.

*Can Libraries Become More Environmentally Sustainable?*

Samantha Marchello

Tuesday, November 12 | 12:00-1:00 pm EST

Can libraries combat the amount of waste they generate? This webinar
provides practical tips on how to run eco-friendly programming, how to
implement zero/low waste in a library setting and how library staff can
work on environmental change through education and policy.

*No Patron is a Bad Patron*

Jonathan Jarvie & Caroline Moynihan

Tuesday, November 19 | 1:00-2:00 pm EST

The library is one of the last free public spaces that is open to all.
However, often those considered “undesirable” are kept away from the
library in order to make others feel welcome and safe. While we do
sometimes see problematic behaviours in the library, we can make sure that
patron interactions are successful and learn how to set
personal/professional boundaries with patrons.

*Copyright for Health Information Professionals (1/2)*

Mélanie Brunet & Obianuju Mollel

Thursday, November 28 and Tuesday, December 3 | 12:00-1:00 pm EST

This two-part webinar is relevant to anyone working in health information
or health care, this webinar will provide a solid foundation in copyright
principles. This webinar focuses on answering copyright questions and
resolving potential copyright issues in their own use of information in a
health setting.