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Library Juice Academy courses offered in January, February, and March


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January classes start next Monday.

Most of the classes listed below are four weeks in length, with a price of $175.

We accept registrations through the first week of class (unless enrollment is full, and unless the class was canceled before it started due to low enrollment).

Classes are taught asynchronously, so participants can do the work at any time of the day. Assignments are typically on a weekly basis.

Details on these courses are at http://libraryjuiceacademy.com/courses.php



January

Grant Proposal Development for Libraries
Grace Agnew

Dewey Decimal Classification
Shawne Miksa

Art Librarianship
Tatum Preston

Critical Strategies for Implementing and Managing Organizational Change
Deborah Schmidle

Keeping Up with Emerging Technologies
Nicole Hennig

Addressing Misinformation and Fake News: Resources and Strategies
Sarah Morris

Crash Course in Assessing Library Instruction
Candice Benjes-Small

Mindfulness for Reduced Stress
Katie Scherrer

Developing a Website Content Strategy
Shoshana Mayden

Meeting Needs: Assessing Effectiveness and Advocating for Early Childhood Services
Lynn Baker

Foundations of Early Literacy: Using Your Knowledge to Enrich Library Experiences for Young Children and Their Families
Saroj Ghoting

The SPARQL Fundamentals I - The Semantic Web in Action
Robert Chavez

Introduction to Digital Preservation
Natalie Baur

Stories, Songs, and Stretches I: Science and Standards
Katie Scherrer

Introduction to Archives Administration and Management
Rebecka Sheffield

Excel for Librarians
Erin Crane


February

Library of Congress Classification
Shawne Miksa

Metadata Design
Grace Agnew

Business Information
Amy Jansen

Do-It-Yourself Usability Testing
Laura-Edythe Coleman

Growing, Developing, and Retaining Dynamic Staff
Deborah Schmidle

An Introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Lauren Hays

Introduction to Accessibility and Universal Design in Libraries
Carli Spina

Service Design: Towards a Holistic Assessment of Library Services
Joe J. Marquez

Incorporating Sustainability into Information Literacy, Library Programs, and Library Organizations
Sharon Radcliff

Observational Assessment Techniques for the One-Shot Instruction Session
Candice Benjes-Small

Building Relationships, Building Bridges: Library Outreach and Marketing to Latino and Spanish-Speaking Families
Katie Scherrer

Early Literacy Enhanced Storytimes: Supercharging Your Storytime Using Interactivity, Intentionality, and Assessment to Help Children Learn with Joy
Saroj Ghoting

Introduction to XML
Robert Chavez

The SPARQL Fundamentals II
Robert Chavez

Stories, Songs, and Stretches II: Stretches and Stillness
Katie Scherrer


March

Using MarcEdit
Natalie Hall

Subject Analysis and Representation
Shawne Miksa

Introduction to Patent Searching for Librarians
Jan Comfort
Introduction to Special Collections Librarianship
Robin Katz

Introduction to Project Management
Robin Hastings

Metadata Implementation
Grace Agnew

Informal Learning in the Academic Library
Lauren Hays and Teresa Slobuski

Know Your User: Research Methods Beyond Usability Testing
Emily Daly

Telling Your Story: Successful Marketing Strategies for Librarians
Deborah Schmidle

Working with Library Service Design Tools
Joe J. Marquez

Exploring and Applying Critical Theory: An Introduction for Librarians
Jessica Critten

Mental Disorders in the Library: Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Patrons Struggling with Mental Disorders
Dawn Behrend

Exploring STEAM Concepts Through Storytimes: Joyous Opportunities for Building Abstract Thinking in Young Children, Their Parents, and Caregivers
Saroj Ghoting

Online Instructional Design and Delivery
Mimi O'Malley

Transforming and Querying XML with XSLT and XQuery
Robert Chavez

The SPARQL Fundamentals III
Robert Chavez


While academic programs focus on conceptual understanding of foundations, we focus primarily on the kinds of skills that library schools expect librarians to learn on-the-job, but which usually turn out to require additional study. These workshops earn Continuing Education Units, and are intended as professional development activities. Workshops are taught asynchronously, so you can participate as your own schedule allows.

Some LJA trivia: We get customers from around the world. So far, in addition to the US, people have taken our classes from Abu Dhabi, Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Benin, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, England, Fiji, France, Germany, Greece, Guyana, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Norway, Panama, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, and Wales.


Library Juice Academy
P.O. Box 188784
Sacramento, CA 95818
Tel. (916) 905-0291
Fax (916) 415-5446

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