Legal use of images

Author

Jen Kendall

Description

A overview of the Copyright issues surrounding using images in marketing. This is intended as a guide, and is not legal advice. 

Resource Type (defunct)

Word

Why Your Attempts to Remove Technology Service Barriers Don’t Work

Description

This session reveals the underlying mindsets which create technological barriers and limits your library membership. This session will help you overcome your library’s challenges and contribute with your own unique talents (regardless of your expertise level) and attain higher library membership enrollment.
Learning objectives:

  • Learn about mindsets that limit library accessibility
  • Discover strategies to build your technological skill sets
  • Learn about potential library partners

Author

Leah Haist

Conference Year

2017
Materials

Food for Thought: Dishing Out What Your Community Needs

Description

Do you have hangry kids in your library? Providing the occasional snack for children attending library programs is great, but what about the kids who use our libraries every day? What about the parents who can’t provide snacks for their kids when they drop them off at the library for the day? Or are too embarrassed to visit the food bank? Delve into the benefits of running an after-school snack program or a Little Free Pantry, and discover how your library can help meet basic needs in your community.

Author

Caroline Vandriel and Nicole Bannick

Conference Year

2017
Materials

Presentation File

Why Your Attempts to Remove Technology Service Barriers Don’t Work

Description

This session reveals the underlying mindsets which create technological barriers and limits your library membership. This session will help you overcome your library’s challenges and contribute with your own unique talents (regardless of your expertise level) and attain higher library membership enrollment.
Learning objectives:

  • Learn about mindsets that limit library accessibility
  • Discover strategies to build your technological skill sets
  • Learn about potential library partners

Conference Year

2017
Materials

Cyber-Seniors - Alberta Library Conference 2016

Description

From the 2016 Alberta Library Conference

Modeled after the Cyber-Seniors Documentary, this program showcases a real world example of bringing youth and seniors together to share in technology. Presenters will be discussing their experience and showing participants how they can get a program started in their community.

Learning Objectives:

  • What is Cyber-Seniors and why?
  • What are the steps for implementing a program
  • Materials and examples from the Olds experience

Author

Lesley Winfield

Conference Year

2016
Materials

Library Promotion Toolkit

Description

Use these resources to create pamphlets and brochures to tell the stories that demonstrate the value of your library in your community. 
Included are three ready made templates that can be easily adapted to match any library's vision and values.
 

Training Guide File

Resource Type (defunct)

ZIP

Library Advocacy Planning Templates

Description

Libraries looking to advocate their value might find these resources useful. 
Resources in this toolkit inlclude:

  • A handout detailing how develop library inputs into measurable results that demonstrate your library's value to your community
  • A guide on developing a plan on how to use "The Library Effect" to demonstrate library value
  • A workbook on develop your library's advocacy plan

Training Guide File

Resource Type (defunct)

ZIP