[Libs-Or] New content and upcoming webinar from WebJunction

Darci Hanning darci.hanning at state.or.us
Thu Feb 13 09:01:47 PST 2020


WebJunction's free, online Course Catalog<https://learn.webjunction.org/> has 55 self-paced courses on library topics, as well as over 260 curated webinar recordings ready and available when you are. From customer service, to managing staff development, to designing programming for patrons of all ages, there is something to meet your learning needs!

Highlighted Content

  *   Legal Reference at the Library-Building Skill Through Practice:<https://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/legal-reference-at-the-library.html> West Baton Rouge reference librarian, Luis Interiano, shares his real-life example of how civil legal issues that come up in the library, and demonstrates how helpful public library staff can be in a very significant situation.

  *   WebJunction at PLA in Nashville:<https://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/wj-pla-2020.html> we're excited to share that members of the WebJunction team will be attending! Here are some of the sessions and events we hope you'll add to your schedule if you'll be there.

WebJunction Webinars for You
The following upcoming webinars are open for registration. If you can't attend a live session, all WebJunction webinars are recorded and available for free in the Course Catalog<https://learn.webjunction.org/>.

Cultivating Protective Factors for Safe Libraries and Resilient Communities
Thursday, March 5, 2020 / 12:00 pm Pacific / 60 minutes
Registration: https://www.webjunction.org/events/webjunction/protective-factors-safe-libraries.html

Every day, public libraries open their doors to people facing ongoing life challenges, such as poverty, mental health symptoms, substance abuse, or domestic violence. The library may be the only protective place they can turn to, the only place that can counter the debilitating negative factors that govern their lives. Join this webinar to explore the ways the library functions as a "protective factor<http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2018/12/the-public-library-as-a-protective-factor/>" and to understand how the library, staff, and patrons exist within a community-wide context of safety. With consideration for how poverty, race, or other often stigmatized challenges impact the patron experience, learn practical and applicable ways to assess your library's relationship with patrons, local law enforcement, social workers, and other organizations. Hear how the Sacramento Public Library learned through crisis to address staff and community trauma and to build resilience through more compassionate and inclusive policies and practices.

Presented by: Eric Lashley, Library Director, and Patrick Lloyd, LMSW, Community Resources Coordinator, Georgetown Public Library (TX); and Rivkah Sass, Library Director and CEO, Sacramento Public Library (CA)

Darci Hanning, MLIS
Public Library Consultant / CE Coordinator
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