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- April 21: Designing for Human Behavior
- April 11: Running in Reverse: Using Awe and Backward Design in Libraries
- March 16: American Sign Language—Facts and Myths Concerning the Language and Culture
- February 22: Use the 2021 Summer Reading Report to Adapt for Summer 2022
- June 1: Libraries and COVID-19: Reimagining Programming during a Pandemic
- April 17: Libraries and COVID-19: Considering Copyright during a Crisis, Part 2 (resources from the webinar)
- April 9: Libraries and COVID-19: Using 3D Printing to Make Personal Protective Equipment (resources from the webinar)
- April 3: Libraries and COVID-19: Considering Copyright during a Crisis (resources from the webinar)
- March 26: Libraries and COVID-19: Providing Virtual Services (resources from the webinar)
- March 20: Libraries and COVID-19: Managing Strategies and Stress (resources from the webinar)
- March 4: Libraries and the Census
- November 4: How Public Libraries Are Graduating Adults: Caps, Gowns, & Bright Futures
- September 25: 2019 Trends in Digital Content: Evolving Patron Expectations and the Demand for Unlimited Access Content
- September 9: Raise Your Data Analytics Aptitude
- June 3: Grow & Nurture Your Patron Base While Driving Down Costs: Introducing a Collection of 30,000 Unlimited-Access Audiobooks
- May 17: The Importance of Being Inclusive: Diversity in Collection Development for Academic Libraries
- February 27: Delight Your Patrons, Drive Down Costs: Introducing a New Unlimited Audiobook Collection
- January 18: Your Guide to Free Tax Prep Services
- November 9: What Do the Midterms Mean for Your Library?
- October 10: Entertainment—The Top Digital Library Service in 2019
- September 14: What’s Next for RDA and the 3R Project?
- August 1: Serve More Patrons with Expanded, Unlimited Streaming Video
- June 11: Librarians’ Insights on How to Integrate STEM and Coding into Makerspaces
- June 8: Open Access 2020: Looking at the Future
- May 21: Best Practices for Data Privacy
- April 18: 12 Keys to Successful Digital Content Promotion
- March 12: Mental Health Awareness and the Library Profession
- January 12: Community Engagement and Fundraising
- December 11: The Opioid Epidemic and Libraries—Challenges, Resources, and More
- November 1: Tackling Fake News
- September 29: Accessibility and Libraries
- August 4: Revamping Your Space—Creating a Modern Media Center
- July 24: Driving Decisions with Data
- July 7: ALA Annual Tech Wrap-Up
- June 16: Mindfulness for Librarians
- May 19: Social Media: What’s Next?
- April 13: Taking On New Job Responsibilities
- March 24: How to Design Your Own Library READ Poster
- February 16: Makerspaces
- January 20: Library Marketing
- November 18: A Plan for More Meaningful Work and Professional Fulfillment
- October 12: Diversity in Libraries
- September 15: Filtering: The Man in the Middle
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