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Thursday, May 12
Presented by Drew Hopkins, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Educator
Thursday, May 5
Presented by Peter Kowalski, database manager for Performers and Programs
Thursday, April 28
Presented by Alessandra Affinito and Hope Decker
Wednesday, April 6
Presented by Nancy Herter, Erin Czernecki, Tim Lloyd, and Weston Davey
Tuesday, April 5
Presented by Jess Hoffman
Friday, April 1
Presented by James Jenkins
Wednesday, March 30
Presented by Dorothy Stoltz and Carrie Sanders
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.
Tuesday, November 9th
Presented by Mary Fellows and Lorie Brown
Monday, November 15
Presented by Win Himsworth of E-Rate Central
Tuesday, October 26
A webinar introducing the NYS Digital Equity Portal, an interactive, online data and mapping tool for New York State communities seeking to advance digital equity. Presented by Russell Weaver, PhD, Director of Research, ILR Buffalo Co-Lab and Houman Saberi, Co-Director, Community Tech NY.
Friday, October 22
Presented by Peter Kowalski, database manager for Performers and Programs . Provides detailed information about how to navigate and effectively search the Performers and Programs database, as well as how to promote the resource to performers and presenters.
Friday, June 4
Presented by Win Himsworth of E-Rate Central. Provides information on the application process, what is eligible, and the requirements for the Emergency Connectivity Fund established through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA).
Wednesday, April 28
Hear how a rural New York library developed an online audio local history project to share the past and present of their town, then created resources for other libraries to build community using their model! This presentation introduces free resources to walk you through the process of planning, implementing, and sustaining your unique story project. It demonstrates the Teacher’s Guide, used by schools and libraries to select stories from existing story projects for their school courses and library programs. Presented by Jery Y. Huntley.
Wednesday, March 31
Informational session with the New York State Talking Book and Braille Library (TBBL). Presented by TBBL Senior Librarian, Jane Bentley. Provides an overview of services, focusing on audio and braille resources you can use to engage students and young readers with print disabilities. Discover how your library can access TBBL materials as you plan for your upcoming Summer Reading programs, activities, and events.