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* Creating Scrapbooks that Last
* Disaster Response Q&A
* After Disasters: Salvage and Recovery in Small to Mid-Sized Museums and Librarie

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* Story Time Success: What's Behind the Magic?


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* Early Literacy: Every Child Ready to Read
* Telling your Story with Social Media

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* Supporting Summer Reading & Book Clubs with Gale's Literature Resource Center
* Fresh Picks for the Common Core
* Managing an Aging Volunteer Corps
* Love Is in the Air

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* Youth Services Librarian Lunch
* How to Create New Revenue Streams for Your Library
* Engaging with the ACRL Framework for Information Literac
* The Ethics of Volunteer Engagement
* Workforce Literacy: Supporting Job Seekers in Your Community
* Unlocking Search and Discovery

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* Public Library Directors - Rogue Librarians
* 10 Tips for Measuring Programs Through Data
* Copywriting for the Web: Today's Best Practices
* Exploring Apple's Library of Free Multi-Touch iBooks for Education

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* New Directors' Orientation

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* Flourish with Feedback
* Maine InfoNet Board Meeting

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* Every Child Ready to Read!
* Britannica Library
* What We’re Reading for Fall 2015: Staff Favorites from Penguin Random House Libr
* Diverse Voices: A Discussion on Crafting Fiction, Nonfiction, and Audiobooks tha
* Britannica Academic

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* MINERVA Executive Board
* Children's & YA Book Review
* Cybersecurity: A Shared Responsibility with Infinite Opportunities
* LLAMA Thought Leaders Series: Barbara Stripling
* Millennial Alumni Study: Key Takeaways for the Nonprofit...
* Project Outcome: An Overview of PLA’s Latest Initiative for Libraries
* The Recipe for Leadership Success
* Discovery Services and the User Experience
* Power Searching: databases and the hidden web

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* Britannica School K-12
* Britannica School Elementary (PreK-5)
* We’ve Got Diverse Books: New Multicultural Titles for Children and Teens
* Say What You Really Mean
* Britannica School Middle/High School

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* Reference Librarians
* People - Difficult or Different?

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* Discovering Great Mysteries Hidden in Plain Sight
* Cracking the Code - Coding in the Library

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* Teens & Tech: Creating Successful STEM Programs in Libraries
* Introduction to Proposal Writing
* Seeing the Big Picture
* There’s an App for That - 50 Apps in 60 Minutes for 2015
* School Library Collaborations: Making Them Work to Improve Student Achievement

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* Minerva/Solar Cataloging Round Table
* Excel at Everything! (Or at Least Make Better Spreadsheets)
* Pop-Up Storytimes
* Raise More Money with Win-Win Sponsorships

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* IT Security for Libraries
* 7 Ways Managers Can Coach Employees to Boost Productivity
* Effective and Fun STEM and STEAM Programs for 3-4 Year Olds
* Beyond Book Groups: Fun Library Programs for Adult Readers
* Outside the Lines- National Library Marketing Initiative

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* Public Library Directors - Talking Heads
* How to Get Tech Donations Before Fiscal-Year-End!
* Parents in Public Libraries: Moving from parent involvement to parent engagement

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