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* Murder & Mayhem @ Your Library: Mystery RA
* Introduction to Fundraising Planning
* Integrating Virtual Opportunities and Remote Volunteers into your Volunteer Prog

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* Strategic Planning in a Nutshell
* Manage Training for Transitioning from Sage on the Stage to Engaging Learning: T

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* Key Elements of a Project Plan (Part One)
* Tools for More Effective Board Meetings
* Graphic Design for Libraries
* Rich Student, Poor Student, & the School Library

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* Flip the Script: Changing the Direction of Your Library
* Libraries as Agents of Change
* Bangor Area Librarian Lunch
* 6 Essentials for Teams That Work

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* Maine Association of School Libraries Board Meeting


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* Maine Library Commission Meeting

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* Raise More and Retain Donors with a Monthly Giving Program
* 2015: The Year of the RA Makeover

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* Children's & YA Book Review
* Fun with Friends: Integrating Programming for Adults with Special Needs Into You
* Creative Ways to Get More Facebook Engagement in 2015
* Practical Uses of Altmetrics
* Maine InfoNet Board Meeting
* Planning for the Future of K–12 Libraries: Multifunctional Learning Commons
* Sensory-Enhanced Storytimes

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* Creating Healthy & Productive Meetings
* Serving Their Communities Inside & Out
* Graphic Novels: A Gateway for Reluctant Readers
* New Spring Nonfiction for the Library, Classroom and Home

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* Maine Library Association Council Meeting

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* Introduction to Intellectual Freedom in Libraries – 2015 Update

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* Anatomy of an Ad Campaign
* Inclusive Information Access: Assistive Technology in Action
* How to Listen to Your Community 1: Using Surveys to Gather Data for Needs Assess
* Representation Matters: The School Librarian and LGBTQ Curriculum Inclusion

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* Evaluating Your Project Plan (Part Two)
* Social Media and Volunteer Engagement
* Graphic Design for Libraries Part 2
* Big Data: What We Learned about Info Literacy from 10,000 Students ...

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* The Way Forward
* People - Difficult or Different

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* Influence when you have no power or authority
* YA Announcements: Fresh Titles for Teens
* Teen Learning Labs

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* Effective Delegation
* Got Fandom? How Mini-Cons Can Transform Libraries & Communities
* How to Listen to Your Community 2: Using Interviews and Focus Groups to Gather D
* Unmask! (Collaborative Summer Library Program)
* Video Instruction in K-12

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* Mid-Coast Librarians Meeting
* Institutional & Research rRepositories: Characteristics, Relationships and
* Find High Capacity Donors Hiding in Plain Sight
* The Golden Age of Gaming: Board Games for Grown-ups
* Myth Masters: A Conversation with Holly Black, Kate Elliot, and Barry

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* Kid, Teen, & Tween Spaces: 21st Century Edition

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