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Monday February 26, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Youth Services Quarterly Meeting Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
    Location: Bridgeville Public Library
        There are 19 spaces available.
 
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM National Library of Medicine Workshop Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Are you interested in incorporating health and wellness/science outreach in your work with youth? If so, attend this session offered by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region’s Consumer Health Coordinator Lydia Collins. Learn how to integrate youth specific health and science information resources from the National Library of Medicine and other reliable agencies into current and future health and science programs at your library. Examples of health outreach activities, programs and resources specifically for youth will be provided. 

    Location: Bridgeville Public Library
        There are 30 spaces available.
Wednesday February 28, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  1:00 PM Create List Training Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Mary Jean Voigt     voigtm@einetwork.net
   

This is a basic class in using Sierra’s Create List for those who have little or no experience. You will learn how to do various reports including shelf lists, patron clean-up reports, in transit and other status reports. We will also cover exporting and formatting your lists in Excel. Class sizes will be small to provide individual help, and new classes will be added as long as there is a need. Some prior knowledge of Excel is needed. No CE credits will be given. 

    Location: Cooper-Siegel Community Library
   
Tuesday March 6, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Adult Services Forum: Failed Programs: What Didn't Work & Why Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123 x309   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

The Adult Services Forum is held periodically to provide an opportunity for adult librarians to meet and share resources and ideas. Topic - Failed Programs: What Didn't Work & Why

 
    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 18 spaces available.
Monday March 26, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Mentoring Partnership of Pittsburgh Training Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Everyday Mentoring workshops are designed to meet the needs of those working with youth by enhancing the skills one already exhibits. Attendees will have a chance to recognize what mentoring in real life situations looks like, while examining strengths and weaknesses in fostering relationships, improve listening skills and understand challenging behaviors in youth. 

 

    Location: Andrew Bayne Memorial Library
        There are 29 spaces available.
Friday April 6, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  12:30 PM Best Practices for Special Events Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

Everyone says that special events are a great way to raise funds and friends for your organization. But how do you even begin? This session will cover things you need to consider, identifying what makes a good special event, how to manage it from start to finish, and how to evaluate what success will mean to you.

Speaker: Jamie Rhoades serves as the Director of Development at ACHIEVA.  With more than 10 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, she previously held positions at the Crohn’ & Colitis Foundation and the March of Dimes.  Jamie currently serves in leadership roles on the boards of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Western Pennsylvania Chapter and the Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council.  

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are many spaces available.
Monday April 23, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM Common Sense Media Workshop Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Kids today grow up in a digital world with potential for communication, collaboration, and creation. Yet we face challenges with ethical issues that arise from their use of technology, such as cyberbullying, inappropriate sharing, and plagiarism. Digital citizenship is an essential 21st century skill in which youth think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in a digital world. In this session, join Common Sense to learn about three elements necessary to create a positive culture around digital citizenship. First, learn how to teach students digital citizenship skills, covering eight key topics. You’ll hear ideas on how you can use a free Digital Citizenship curriculum. This also includes our News and Media Literacy Toolkit and our Social and Emotional Learning Toolkit. Second, learn how to engage parents around managing their children’s technology use and helping kids make smart choices, including how to host a successful parent event, sharing helpful tips and advice, parent communication ideas, and more. Finally, hear practical next steps to build the capacity of your staff to integrate digital citizenship resources throughout your community.

 

    Location: AIU - TechEd Classroom
        There are 15 spaces available.
Wednesday April 25, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM How to Leverage Crowdsourcing for Community Engagement Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

ioby (In Our Back Yard) provides one-on-one coaching to plan, fund, and implement positive ideas in our communities. With an 87% success rate, ioby projects nationwide have raised over $4 million. In Pittsburgh, ioby has helped 80 projects raise more than $100,000. In this workshop, attendees will learn about storytelling and strategies to activate community investment using crowdfunding. Attendees will practice in teams using their own ideas.

Speaker: Miriam Parson, ioby's Pittsburgh Action Strategist, brings more than eight years’ experience in creating and managing nonprofit programs that implement community-driven sustainability solutions such as clean air, clean water, and food garden installation. In her current role, Miriam listens to Pittsburghers’ ideas about positive work in their neighborhoods and then pools resources and experts to support the project leader’s success. Miriam holds a Masters of Sustainability and Management degree from Chatham University and undergraduate degrees from Gettysburg College in Political Science and Environmental Studies.

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 21 spaces available.
Monday April 30, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Hello Robo: Early STEM Robotics Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Robots provide unseen services every day in the transportation, medical, and manufacturing industries, among others. Today’s preschoolers need to develop the foundational STEM skills that will allow them to imagine, design, and build the robots of the future. At this workshop, you’ll use resources from NAEYC and other national STEM experts to examine three important, developmentally appropriate concepts to prepare your young students for an understanding of robotic technologies. Session led by the Carnegie Science Center.

    Location: Carnegie Library of Homestead
        There are 9 spaces available.
Friday May 4, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  11:30 AM Language Access Training Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

Global Wordsmiths provides free translation and interpretation services for libraries and other nonprofit organizations through their Language Access Project. This training session explains what language access is, why language access is important, how to recognize when it's needed, how to engage with language access resources, and how to work with interpreters.

Mary Jayne McCullough is the founder and Director of Global Wordsmiths, and a fifteen-year veteran translator and interpreter who is dedicated to improving language access in Western Pennsylvania. She believes in language access as a human right and works hard to develop innovative ways of helping people communicate in order to access the services they need.

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are many spaces available.
Wednesday May 16, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Adult Services Forum: Serving Non-Users & Non-Traditional Users Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123 x 309   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

The Adult Services Forum is held periodically to provide an opportunity for adult librarians to meet and share resources and ideas. Topic - Serving Non-Users & Non-Traditional Users.

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 20 spaces available.
Monday May 21, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Youth Services Quarterly Meeting Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
    Location: Bethel Park Public Library
        There are many spaces available.
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Friday June 8, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Digging into Donor Management Software Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

Library directors/staff will discuss what they like and don’t like about their donor management systems. Products to be discussed include Little Green Light, Bloomerang, and Donor Perfect. Learn about the process of selecting a system for your library.

Panelists: Jill McConnell, Cooper-Siegel Library; Amy McDonald, Western Allegheny Community Library; Jenny Worley, Baldwin Borough Public Library

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 19 spaces available.
Wednesday July 18, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Where There's a Will There's a Way: Encouraging Donors to Leave a Legacy to Your Library Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   4129211123   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

Your donors have the power to strengthen and protect the library they love today, tomorrow, and into the future by including a gift in their will. Not only do bequests and other planned gifts provide your donors with the best opportunity to make a significant impact, they are also the lowest cost, highest value gifts you can generate for your library. With an estimated $20 trillion to be transferred intergenerationally between 2000 and 2020, libraries of all sizes need to start talking to their donors about bequests. In this interactive session,  participants will learn why planned giving is important, who is most likely to make an estate gift and how to implement and market a basic bequest program. Through hands on exercises and role play, participants will leave this session feeling more comfortable and competent talking to their donors about leaving a legacy to their library.

Speaker: Maureen Hill, CFRE, is a seasoned fundraising professional with more than 25 years of experience. Drawing on her expertise raising funds for nonprofit organizations, Maurenn established an independent consulting practice, Advancement Advisors, in 2006. Over the course of her career, she has raised more than $40 million and, as a consultant, she has helped clients raise more than $12 million. In 2017, Maureen was awarded the Association of Fundraising Professionals' Master Training Status.

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are many spaces available.
Tuesday September 4, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Adult Services Forum: Fostering Community Connectedness Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123 x 309   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

The Adult Services Forum is held periodically to provide an opportunity for adult librarians to meet and share resources and ideas. Topic - Fostering Community Connectedness

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 20 spaces available.
Wednesday September 12, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Gross Motor Development is Everywhere Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Students will be introduced to a variety of ways to provide gross motor activities during all parts of the day. Circle time can go beyond the carpet. Learn a variety of strategies to keep children moving while building cognitive skills as well.

    Location: PAEYC (Hazelwood)
        There are 28 spaces available.
Monday September 24, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Youth Services Quarterly Meeting Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
    Location: Jefferson Hills Public Library
        There are many spaces available.
 
misc_none 12:30 PM  -  3:30 PM Dance, Rhythm and Consensus Building in the Early Childhood Classroom Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Young children learn best through active involvement. During this interactive workshop led by Gateway to the Arts/Pittsburgh Cultural Trust artists, participants will recognize movement as means of helping children physically experience emergent math and literacy concepts. Practitioners will explore the basic elements of movement and be able to design active, fun experiences that reinforce basic skills and keep children moving and learning every day.

    Location: Jefferson Hills Public Library
        There are 23 spaces available.
Monday October 29, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM On A Roll: Early Engineering with STEM Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

We are surrounded by modern STEM marvels, such as bridges, inclines and mass transportation systems. How can you give your early learners the opportunity to explore the engineering processes that make building these structures possible? With easily accessible materials, this workshop will reenergize your use of science to uncover new methods of STEM engagement. Using resources from NAEYC and evidence from classroom-tested activities, attendees will collaboratively design a four-week investigation into ramps to complement curriculum on transportation and neighborhoods. Session led by the Carnegie Science Center.

    Location: Sewickley Public Library
        There are 25 spaces available.
Thursday November 1, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Adult Services Forum: Job & Career Services Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123 x 309   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

The Adult Services Forum is held periodically to provide an opportunity for adult librarians to meet and share resources and ideas. Topic - Job & Career Services

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 20 spaces available.
Wednesday November 7, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Puppet Power Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Discover the power of puppets to enliven your program and reinforce skill development. Participants will create a variety of simple puppets -- hand-puppets, finger-puppets, shadow puppets, and more -- using inexpensive materials. The Gateway to the Arts/Pittsburgh Cultural Trust instructor will model effective ways to use puppets to stimulate learning and help children use puppets appropriately as vehicles for communication and creative self-expression. Includes handouts with puppet templates.

    Location: Moon Township Public Library
        There are 21 spaces available.
Monday November 12, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:30 AM  -  12:00 PM Youth Services Quarterly Meeting Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
    Location: Northern Tier Regional Library
        There are many spaces available.
Monday November 26, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Project Based Learning in the Early Years Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Discover the phases of project-based learning for young children and evaluate multiple approaches while building a plan for the child’s STEM engagement. Session led by the Carnegie Science Center.

    Location: Community Library of Castle Shannon
        There are 24 spaces available.
Tuesday December 11, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM Adult Services Forum: Building Self-Sustained Programs & Services Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Sarah Wojdylak   412-921-1123 x 309   wojdylaks@einetwork.net
   

The Adult Services Forum is held periodically to provide an opportunity for adult librarians to meet and share resources and ideas. Topic - Building Self-Sustained Programs & Services.

    Location: ACLA HQ
        There are 20 spaces available.
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Monday December 17, 2018 Go To Top
misc_none 9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM What is Early Learner STEM? Remind Me about this Event Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Carrie Lane   4129211123   lanec@einetwork.net
   

Learn how to integrate STEM best practices into early learning programs and how to make these developmentally-appropriate STEM learning environment. Session led by the Carnegie Science Center.

    Location: Whitehall Public Library
        There are 21 spaces available.
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