The Five Must-Take Steps To Grow Your Social Media

Florida Library Webinars

Does Social Media feel like a big-ticket item on your to-do list for engaging the modern donor, but you are not sure what to do or how to manage it all with all the other things your library has on its task list? Social media is a terrific way to add additional opportunities for engagement […]

Makerspace Infrastructure: The Basics to Setting Up Technology or Makerspaces in Your Library

Florida Library Webinars

Planning new technology or a makerspace within your library is more than just picking out new technology. In this session, we will explore the factors in selecting the best location for new technology, including electrical infrastructure, data ports, wifi access points, and technology like computers and printers, and more. If you are planning on adding […]

Crafting with Cricut: Cricut Design Space

Florida Library Webinars

Join librarian Alison Mirabella for an overview of Cricut’s free design software Cricut Design Space! We’ll take a tour of Design Space, demystify Cricut vocabulary, and learn how to set multiple operations such as cutting, drawing, scoring and more! Presenter: Alison Mirabella Alison Mirabella is Reference Librarian at The Longwood Public Library in New York

Dynamic Shelving: Engage Browsers With More Accessible Collections

Florida Library Webinars

Join High School Librarian Kelsey Bogan to learn about Dynamic Shelving, her collective strategies for building a library collection that is more accessible and independently navigable to library users. Compared with the old school “static shelving” technique of rows of spines in pristine Dewey order, Dynamic Shelving relies on techniques like front-facing, chunking, color-coding, mini […]

Google Analytics 4 (GA4): Getting the Most out of Your Analytics

Florida Library Webinars

Are you curious about your user’s behavior on your website? Do you want to understand better how users interact with your website? What's working - and what's not working for users? This session explains how Google Analytics 4 will help you better understand your website and how your users interact with it. In this introductory […]

Security and Privacy in the Library 101

Florida Library Webinars

This is a starter session for librarians and librarian-adjacent staff (that means everyone who works in a library) who want to know more about personal and patron privacy and information security. This class is designed for a cybersecurity and privacy beginner who fills any role in your library. The workshop will explain and show you: […]

How to Create an Evergreen Content Calendar for Your Nonprofit or Library

Florida Library Webinars

A content calendar is the hub for all your content marketing efforts and one of the most important tools within your marketing toolkit. A content calendar allows you to organize your efforts in a visual manner while enabling clear communication of your campaign schedules and editorial plans. In this webinar, nonprofit content marketing expert Juila […]

ClipChamp: Utilizing the Free and Easy-to-Use Video Editor

Florida Library Webinars

Get ready to elevate your video game with ClipChamp - the Canva of video editing! As part of your Microsoft 365 subscription, ClipChamp makes video editing a breeze, allowing you to create eye-catching and scroll-stopping videos with ease. Join us for our fun-filled and informative webinar on ClipChamp, where Kira will guide you through the […]

Digital Literacy for Seniors: Bridging the Digital Divide

Florida Library Webinars

How can librarians help older generations become comfortable in a world where many essential services have moved online? Join technology librarian Alison Mirabella for this one-hour lecture during which we’ll explore curriculum ideas for group classes, ways to structure one-on-one appointments and how to encourage seniors to explore their devices without fear.     Presenter: […]

Getting Started with GitHub for Libraries

Florida Library Webinars

GitHub is a popular platform for developers and programmers to collaborate and share their code with others; however, non-technical users can benefit from it, too. Librarians can use GitHub to manage their projects, collaborate with others, and share their work with the community. In this webinar: - understand the basics of GitHub and how it […]