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The array of professional development programs are the highlight of PLA Conference. Over programs—including preconferences and concurrent session programs—will challenge attendees to imagine new possibilities in their libraries and communities.
You can filter by keyword, date, type of session, track , topic tags, or level of interaction. Click on each title for more information. For concurrent program sessions: Search below for programs, then click through to the detail page. After the conference presenters will have until April 22 to upload handouts, with this website updated periodically through the week of April 23— Sorry, but handouts for preconferences are not available to download.
At this FREE full-day workshop, a trainer will facilitate the planning process for implementing outcome measurement using Project Outcome tools. Join a cohort of public libraries interested in implementing Project Outcome to drive change, influence decision making, and demonstrate the impact of their programs and services.
Learn best practices in strategic planning for libraries, with a unique focus on simple, quick, low-cost planning that meets your community needs. Planning is a powerful tool that will guide your library to prioritize and revitalize while increasing impact, community support, and staff engagement. Looking to embed equity work in your library? This preconference will engage dialogue and activities to build skills and organizational capacity to address institutionalized racism and oppression.
Participants will explore our identities to understand how power and privilege operate interpersonally and institutionally; learn how oppression shows up in our communities and libraries; study historical and contemporary social movements that model equitable and anti-oppressive spaces; and develop action plans to advance equity work in your organization.
Health information is the number two most searched for information online. Participants will learn about core reference and other materials, tips for helping library users evaluate health materials, and an action plan to put your new expertise to work.
Over the last several years, many public libraries have hired social workers to address the needs of customers experiencing life challenges. In this session, four social workers with a combined thirteen years experience working in public libraries will discuss best practices, challenges, and how their libraries have integrated a social service program into their systems. Presenters will work with participants to develop a blueprint for how they can bring social work into their library system.
What could we learn from connecting outside our own regions and learning together? Part spin on the traditional travelogue, full of photographs and details, and part hands-on design thinking workshop and brainstorming session, we will take a multi-country view on what is happening in libraries around the world, from the perspective of two director-level librarians deeply concerned with service design and delivery.
Learn how libraries are configuring their physical spaces to provide accessibility to all members of the community. Your challenge is to escape dead-end partnerships. Using deadpan library humor, this preconference will turn participants into players working together to solve the mystery of successful collaborative impact models.
As you scavenge for resources, unlock data sharing agreements, cipher shared collections, and decode collaborative impact models, the nature of how these collaborations work will be demystified. How do you create concrete, meaningful, and lasting change to transform your library into an inclusive institution? Participants will formulate strategies for creating institutional change.
It has also become a testing ground for new services: An online version of this concurrent program session was also presented during the PLA Virtual Conference. As libraries continue their role in supporting and building a love for reading and supporting literacy and achievement, many libraries are also being asked to assist and partner with their cities to address societal issues found in their communities.
Participatory experiences in the library — those that put the user in charge of their learning — are an exciting way to create meaningful connections for the community. Learn how to develop, facilitate, and evaluate a maker program that fosters community building in this Making Justice workshop!
Diverse participants — including court-involved and at-risk teens; local artists, activists and educators; and university students — bridge cultural, technological and neighborhood divides as they collaborate on written, audio, visual, performance and life-skills projects.
Librarians are obtaining a credential from the Department of Justice to provide immigration services outreach, screenings, and referrals. Several use the credential to provide direct assistance to those applying for immigration relief. Join us for a panel discussion of how libraries in California are leading the way in providing immigration services. Learn about how these libraries are addressing a community need and what steps have been necessary in order for them to provide these services.
Everyday interactions such as talking, reading, and singing strengthen early brain development. Patrons seeking e-books are saddled with multiple vendor interfaces. SimplyE makes the experience simpler for patrons. The app creates a union catalog across four major e-book aggregators, while hiding the aggravation of DRM behind a simple library card log in. Public libraries are guided by a clear, long-established set of core values, yet many public-facing staff have limited opportunities to explore these values and understand their application to daily service.
This session will introduce the course content and workshop how participants can bring this approach to their own libraries. This session will prepare you to harness the power of fandom to create equally popular and successful STEAM based programs, regardless of the size of your program, budget, or library. In , the Alexandria VA Library received a generous donation to fund an international travel fellowship.
The first trip took place in and focused on libraries in Scotland and England. Our international counterparts deal with many of the same staffing, funding, and community challenges, yet we rarely take the opportunity to connect with them. Discover the unique initiatives taking place in British libraries and how to build your own connections with international libraries.
They soon realized that while a pledge is important, it needs to be fully realized in service delivery — from staff name tags to the size of service desks.
CHPL leaders offer an open and honest look at the struggles and successes in their ongoing effort to both imagine and engineer truly delightful customer service. In the age of big data analytics and demand-driven decision making, how do we manage change in order to continue providing access to physical collections while managing eCollections? Join us in examining ways to navigate the evolution of our work, using data to focus in on who exactly our patrons are and what they want most; learning to balance budgets and record loads when moving to pay-per-use or patron driven acquisitions models while inspiring staff.
Meet and learn about writers who have just hit the literary scene with their debut books. Hosted by the Association of American Publishers.? In this session, participants will explore the ways in which systems of oppression, specifically white supremacy and racism, are built into our policies and procedures.
We will examine the ways in which they contribute to systemic racism and harm patrons of color. Participants will learn to diffuse difficult situations, reflect on their privileges and biases that escalate situations, and work together to come up with anti-racist strategies to move towards racial equity in our institutions.
The next generation of libraries takes risks and fosters leaders of change at all levels. Building a culture of learning is the critical link that drives innovation and engagement. Pickering ON Public Library shares their success story of becoming a learning organization.
In this session, participants will obtain practical tools and collaboratively discuss top strategies to assist library leaders in transforming their libraries into learning organizations. Public libraries are natural partners for local governments looking to facilitate access to information and promote transparency.
They will offer both high level perspectives on why libraries are well-suited for open data as well as practical guidance for libraries and localities considering this service.
You know your efforts to teach computer skills will help community members get jobs, increase their own education and help their children learn, be more productive, and participate in their communities. But do your partners know?
Hear how diverse libraries used their digital literacy training efforts to bring together partners in employment, education, housing, and more. Making training accessible, focusing on specific skills and populations, and showing outcomes have been critical. Community outreach is challenging. Handouts and resources will be shared and highlighted. Based on the experiences of Northern California libraries we will show you just how easy it is to get library cards into the hands of all the students in your local school in one fell swoop.
Learn all that you need to create a successful library card drive using bulk data exchange with your local public school district. Participants will be given tools and basic steps that will allow them to replicate our success.
Using restorative justice practices, PCPL created a justice board with community partners to facilitate more mindful approaches to incidents involving youth, focusing on creating opportunities for growth and engagement rather than barriers to library access. This program explores the praxis behind this organizational culture shift including the successes and challenges faced by staff.
Although this program was cancelled onsite in Philadelphia, it will be presented as a free post-conference webinar on Tuesday, May 22, Idea management is a strategy used in many industries outside of libraries. Ideas can be incomplete, off-target, or disappear into the ether, returning as successful implementations by a different library.
As frontline staff shift from our item-focused history to a customer-centered culture, now is the time to harness insights and put them to work. Get lessons learned from libraries in different stages of adopting or sustaining idea management in public libraries. Since , Multnomah County OR Library has been providing a way for patrons to contribute to our e-book collection, bringing authors visibility while offering compelling local content to our patrons.
The Library Writers Project engages with the writing community while promoting library staff as curators of books worth your time. Although this program was cancelled onsite in Philadelphia, it will be presented as a free post-conference webinar on Tuesday, May 29, They support staff teams to use design thinking to build services that are highly responsive to their diverse communities. Explore how design thinking might be deployed in your library and learn about tools and resources to help you do so.
Staff training and development is often overlooked but crucial to the support of staff. Learn from four different libraries about how staff training is fundamental and an essential strategy to serving our communities with compassion and enthusiasm. Topics covered will include: Training and meeting spaces are constant programming spaces where both HPL and WIC provide targeted family programming that promotes family engagement, caregiver education and learning for all ages, from storytimes to after school activities to nutrition classes for pregnant women and workshops and classes for new parents.
In this essential program for library leaders, panelists will share key findings and analysis from the new research, provide new details on library super supporters and probable supporters in context with other library trends and research, and offer preliminary recommendations for how advocates can act on these findings.
Whether a customer is new to our country or new to our doors, libraries can create environments that are welcoming to all. In this interactive session three seasoned speakers and practitioners will share tools and recommendations to create intuitive wayfinding, user and staff focused design, and advice for ensuring fully engaged and strategically located staff who approach customers with ease.
Are you using pop culture to enrich library services and reach new audiences? Participants are invited to glean fandom basics and upcoming trends to create enticing marketing, collections, displays, and events for all ages. Provided programming guides include: Research of family habits indicates that the vast majority of white families rarely, if ever, talk about race at home. By age five, children see race as a major point of difference or distinction, even when it is not discussed.
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