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Implicit Bias Training

In the light of the George Floyd murder and BLM protests against police brutality and racial injustice, intense attention has been given to the challenges facing the BIPOC community. Across organizations and institutions, there is a new - or renewed - push to increase awareness of how BIPOC colleagues are treated. But what if you want to do the right thing, and you have no idea where to start? A deep-dive session into... more »

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Strategic Planning: More Than Lip Service trending idea

Most of us know what a strategic plan is, but we aren't sure how to participate meaningfully in the planning process or to lead it successfully if you're in an administrative role. This program would identify best practices and mistakes to avoid. It would also cover how to ensure the drafting and planning process are not only integrated into the regular work of the library, but also a document that can provide stability,... more »

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Developing & Launching Successful Online Programming trending idea

Whether you're operating at the institutional, regional, national, or international levels, developing and launching successful online programming can feel like an opportunity to harness for some and a Herculean task to others. This program will outline best practices and mistakes to avoid in order to ensure you, your staff, and the profession more generally can take advantage of the benefits found in our current predicament... more »

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Leading race and critical legal information literacy initiatives trending idea

This program would explore and demonstrate how law libraries and librarians can lead the way in introducing or supporting race-conscious law school curricula or legal services initiatives. Law librarians' skill with legal information literacy includes the ability to lead others through critical understandings of legal information, including how race and racial inequalities are embedded throughout the law, whether in case... more »

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Getting to Yes: Leaning into opportunities outside your job

As a follow up to the successful "Getting to No" program, which addressed how to strategically turn down demands/projects that are unwise, beyond the scope of your duties and/or detrimental to library operations more generally -- this program would focus (in the alternative) on when to lean strategically into opportunities, projects, and challenges that are beyond the scope of the four corners of your job description.... more »

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