05/22/2018 Promising Practices: Student-Centered Learning: Creating Engaging and Meaningful Experiences!

  • With Becky Russell, Graig Machendrie, and Tammy Langeberg
  • When 05/22/2018 at 3:45p - 4:45p, Mountain Time

What is Student-Centered Learning? And, how can we create more meaningful and engaging learning both in our classrooms and with other educators? Join facilitators, Graig Machendrie, Tammy Langeberg and Becky Russell on Tuesday, May 22nd, from 3:45 – 4:45 pm MST for our next “Promising Practice in Session” webinar series as we explore this topic. Attendees will walk away from this interactive webinar with strategies and ideas for making shifts to engage and motivate our learners.

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09/26/2018 Rescheduled! Getting Unstuck: The Secret Life of Procrastinators

Jean Marie Heilig
  • With Jean Heilig and Christine Kreger
  • When 09/26/2018 at 12:00p - 1:00p, Mountain Time

Do you believe you work best under pressure? Do you avoid tasks and deliberately look for distractions? Are you late for appointments? Have a hard time completing projects?  If you struggle with any of these you may be a procrastinator. Join this session to explore why we procrastinate and how we can stop.

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10/23/2018 Curating your Best Collection

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  • When 10/23/2018 at 12:00p - 1:00p, Mountain Time

When the Denver Public Library implemented Floating Collections, we realized that we needed a whole new strategy for collection maintenance.  For us, collection management is not just about weeding, it’s about curating the best collection for our customers.

We’ll share a flexible collection management strategy that can be adapted for any type or size of library to make sure that your collection remains dynamic, and relevant. Attendees will leave with practical ideas on how to approach collection maintenance using different techniques, templates, and collaboration methods.

Come prepared to share strategies that have worked for your library so that we all can build cohesive and current collection that our library users will love.

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