All webinars are held on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. Central time, and are hosted via GoToWebinar. Registration is required. Participants must submit a separate registration form for each webinar you are interested in attending. There is no limit to the number of webinars that an individual can attend.
Cataloging Graphic Novels
April 6, presented by Bobby Bothmann
This session will cover the basic definitions related to graphic novels and comics using a variety of fiction and nonfiction examples for demonstration. The session will pay special attention to descriptive cataloging areas, their associated RDA instructions, and the MARC 21 tags to use. It will also address considerations for subject analysis, genre vocabulary, and classification choices.
Power Team: Grow Your Library with Your Circle of Influence
April 13, presented by Mj Callaway
Your Power Team is your Game Changer to hit your goal, grow your business, or offer support during setbacks. You’ve heard the drop-the-mic quote: “You are the average of the five people you spend your time with.” But Jim Rohn left us without direction. How do you know who is or isn’t right to have on your Power Team for your Library’s Growth?
How Do-We Do It? Practical Dewey Decimal Classification
April 20, presented by Alex Kryios
In this informative webinar with Alex Kyrios, Senior Editor of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), you’ll learn about the underlying principles of the system, and what they mean for effective classification for your library. See live demonstrations from WebDewey, the continuously updated online system for accessing the DDC—you’re welcome to follow along on your own.
Meditation in the 21st Century – Why Meditation Matters Even More
April 27, presented by Umesh Bhatia
People have been practicing meditation for centuries and today we see a surge in its popularity as new benefits continue to be discovered. Incorporating meditation into one’s life has many positive effects. Now more than ever in today’s modern world with all the stresses, meditation is needed more than ever.