Recorded Workshops

NOFA-VT discussing Agricultural Literacy Week
Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019.
This is a presentationr from the folks at NOFA-VT (Northeast Organic Farming Association of VT) about the 2019 Agricultural Literacy Week, as well as the Simple Suppers program.

Certificate of Public Librarianship Orientation
Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019
Overview of the Certificate of Public Librarianship program detailing requirements of the program, ways to earn credits, schedule of upcoming VTLB workshops, information on other providers of Continuing Education, and Q&A. In-person or virtual attendance or viewing of the archived workshop recording is required for all who have enrolled in the CPL program since the last orientation February 7th. This will count for two Continuing Education Units in the Elective category.
PDF of PowerPoint Presentation

 

Moderating Difficult Conversations
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
1 hr. 9 min.
This session discusses how to hold community events focused on challenging or contentious topics, using the example of Paul Searls’s new book, Repeopling Vermont. You can see the full slideshow here (PDF format)

 

Public Library Annual Report Webinar
Monday, Oct. 15, 2018
1 hr. 29 min.

The annual report provides a broad statistical summary of a year in the life of a library, from visitation and programming, to finances and staffing, to circulation and holdings (both physical and digital). The report is submitted each year by every public library, and is used by our department as well as IMLS to help plan for the future. Whether you’re a new director, or have been submitting the report for years, join us as we provide an overview, and then walk through the entire report. We’ll discuss the small changes for this coming year, and answer any questions you may have.

 

ABLE Library Webinar
Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018
46 min.

An overview of the ABLE Library (formerly the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped): who is eligible for ABLE services, and the scope of resources for VT libraries, including LP books, described films, talking book machines, DB cartridges & machines, the BARD app, consultation and training opportunities to help you help your patrons better than ever before.

 

Public Library/Community Collaborations: A Brief Overview & Three Examples
Thursday, Sept. 30, 2018
47 min.

An overview of how public libraries can partner with other organizations and host themed programs that serve as outreach to a new audience and enhance the visibility of both the library and the partnering organization. Focusing on Everybody Wins, Rooted in Vermont, and Agricultural Literacy Week.