New York State Library

Webinars Hosted and/or Sponsored by the New York State Library

Upcoming Webinars

Digital Inclusion Asset Mapping

Thursday, January 12, 2023, 2-3:30 PM

Asset mapping is an approach to planning and community development centered on identifying and building on a community’s existing resources. Asset mapping recognizes that, with the necessary resources and structural support, communities possess the knowledge and skills to develop solutions from within.

This webinar will introduce participants to the fundamentals of asset mapping and provide an understanding of asset mapping in the context of digital inclusion work. Through discussion and interactive activities, participants will learn methods for compiling and using an asset inventory, explore best practices and examples from other communities, and gain experience using and customizing NDIA’s asset mapping tools.

The webinar will be recorded and made available for those who cannot attend the live session.

Register for Digital Inclusion Asset Mapping

Webinars from Other Sources

Ready to Read at New York Libraries


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WebJunction

Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York

Recent Webinars

E-Rate 2023 Training

Wednesday, November 16

Presented by Win Himsworth.

RAC Vision 2022 Kickoff

Thursday, October 20

Learn about the Vision 2022 document and the ways it can be used to create a unified voice for libraries, build connections, and capture the imagination of the communities we serve.

Open Meetings Law Virtual Training

Friday, September 16

Presenter: Kristin O’Neill, Assistant Director, New York State Committee on Open Government

Learn more about a public body’s responsibilities in relation to the Open Meetings Law, particularly about several recent statutory amendments.

Oceans of Connections to Summer Reading

Thursday, May 12

Presented by Drew Hopkins, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Educator

Performers and Programs Database

Thursday, May 5

Presented by Peter Kowalski, database manager for Performers and Programs

Understanding SHPO: A Primer for Library Construction Projects

Wednesday, April 6

Presented by Nancy Herter, Erin Czernecki, Tim Lloyd, and Weston Davey

Media Literacy, Tech Mentoring, and Peer Learning: Helping Families Help Themselves

Wednesday, March 30

Presented by Dorothy Stoltz and Carrie Sanders

Summer Reading Resources for Younger Readers with Print Disabilities

Friday, March 11

Presented by Shawn Lemieux, Talking Book and Braille Library (TBBL) Director

Learn how to connect young readers with print disabilities to audio and braille resources and how to access TBBL materials for upcoming Summer Reading programs.

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Last Updated: December 7, 2022