Archived Webinars 

The Indiana State Library has captured our best webinars for you to access anytime. Find out how to document LEUs for archived training by referring to the policy on getting credit for taking a webinar.

Admin/Management | Collection | Facilities/Security | Intellectual Freedom | Leadership | Marketing | Populations | Programming | Reference/Research | Staff Development | Trends | Youth Services


Admin/Management

Annual Budget Workshop: Indiana Department of Local Government Finance – 2 LEUs
Every year the Indiana State Library provides training on the topic of budgets for library directors to help them work with the Department
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Annual Budget Workshop: Indiana State Board of Accounts – 1 LEU
Every year the Indiana State Library provides training on the topic of budgets for library directors to help them work with the State
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Bookkeeping and Accounting – 1 LEU
Introduction to bookkeeping and accounting with State Board of Accounts prescribed forms. Date Recorded: 5/15/2017 Format: Archived YouTube Video Presenter: Karen Ainslie / Indiana
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Bookkeeping Workshop: State Board of Accounts – 2 LEUs
The Bookkeeping Workshop provides public library directors, business managers, bookkeepers, treasurers, and library trustees with the latest from State Board of Accounts on
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Indiana Archives and Records Administration: Retention of Records – 1 LEU
Jim Corridan, commissioner for Indiana Archives and Records Administration, presents on records retention and the tasks of archives and records administration. Date Recorded:
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Just Ask: Partnerships that Provide Funding and Opportunity – 1 LEU
Many libraries encourage staff to participate in opportunities for the library to engage in their community outside of their walls, this session will
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Collection Management
Archival Policies, Procedures & the Record’s Life Cycle – 1 LEU
In this webinar, Bethany Fiechter, Rare Books and Manuscripts Supervisor at the Indiana State Library, will highlight the importance of librarians and archivists
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Deweyless, No Regrets: Living without Dewey – 1 LEU
The Wells County Public Library has survived 2 years without Dewey and no regrets! What started out as a project about changing numbers
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Facilities/Security
Active Shooter Training for Libraries – 2 LEUs
Across our country, millions of students attend school safely every day. We have prepared them to meet life’s challenges for years. Tragically, in
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Bed Bug Boot Camp – 1 LEU
This webinar will focus on bed bugs as library pests – what to watch for, what to do when they are discovered, and
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Pests in the Library – 1 LEU
This webinar is an overview of 5 different pests that can potentially invade the library as well as methods for controlling, treatment, and
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Intellectual Freedom
Banned Books with Vonnegut & Bradbury – 1 LEU
  Join us as Chris Lafave of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library and Professor Johnathan Eller of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
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Defending Internet Privacy at Work and Home – 1 LEU
Internet privacy leaped back into the news with the March 28, 2017 repeal of the FCC regulation “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of
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Libraries and Civil Discourse – 1 LEU
  Our society is full of turmoil, confusion, and protests. Libraries and library professionals have been in the front line to offer libraries
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Leadership
From Peer to Leader: Navigating the Pitfalls of the First Time Supervisor – 1 LEU
Many librarians fall into management and supervision almost accidentally. Doing great work in your role as a front-line librarian leads naturally to additional
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Leadership vs. Management – 1 LEU
Many times we want and talk about ‘leadership’, but we’re actually talking about management skills. Join us as we talk about leadership and
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Servant Leadership – 1 LEU
There are many types of leadership styles: laissez-faire, transactional, transformational, autocratic, etc. This webinar will focus on servant leadership, which means you’re a
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Marketing
Graphic Design: Elements of Design – 1 LEU
  Do you want to spruce up your library’s graphic design? Learning and understanding the elements of design can help any artistic novice
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Graphic Design: Introduction to GIMP – 1 TLEU
Don’t have the funds to purchase a license for Adobe Creative Cloud? Don’t despair. There is a free alternative to Photoshop. This hour-long
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Populations
Department of Workforce Develop and Library Partnership – 1 LEU
Want to know more about WorkOne? Join us as we talk about some of the services and programs of DWD and how libraries
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Global City, Global Library – 1 LEU
The role of libraries has shifted and in many communities serving increasingly diverse immigrant and refugee populations has become a priority. Learn about
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Service to LGBTQ with Kit Malone – 1 LEU
Join Kit Malone from the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana as she presents best practices for library services for the LGBTQ community
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Services for Caregivers in the Sandwich – 1 LEU
It is essential that every Hoosier, and certainly our library personnel, have a good working knowledge of the resources available to make caregivers’
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Serving Immigrant Communities – 1 LEU
For many immigrant families, this is a time of fear and uncertainty. Join Immigrant Welcome Center Executive Director Terri Morris Downs and immigration
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Programming
Bring Frankenstein to Life – 1 LEU
When it comes to asking the hard questions at the heart of scientific investigation, perhaps no book has ever topped Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
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Celebrate the Eclipse at Your Library – 1 LEU
On August 21st, 2017 millions of people will be able to experience a total solar eclipse. Indiana libraries can get in on the
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Get Gaming in Your Library – 1 LEU
While the world is full of apps, shiny game consoles & massive online games, more traditional sorts of games are more popular than
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Quantum Leap STEM Opportunities for Libraries – 1 LEU
Indiana Humanities’ new thematic initiative Quantum Leap explores and celebrates the spirit of possibility and problem-solving that occurs when we bridge the humanities
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The World War I Centennial: Getting Involved – 1 LEU
On April 6, 1917, the United States officially declared war on the German Empire and entered World War I. This remains America’s forgotten
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Reference/Research
Genealogy 101 – 1 LEU
Researching family histories can be fun, exciting, and provide a rewarding experience, but where does a novice researcher start? The genealogy librarians at
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Indiana’s State Data Center: Access the Data You Need! – 1 TLEU
What do you need Indiana’s State Data Center for? Demographic data for your next grant proposal, raw data to compare this year’s statewide
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Introduction to INSPIRE – 1 TLEU
Millions of articles, hundreds of government websites, and countless catalog records are all available to you through the INSPIRE. You’ll learn search tips,
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Researching with State and Federal Government Resources – 1 TLEU
Are you or your patrons looking for an authoritative source for information when filling out that grant application, completing a research paper, or
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Staff Development
Do You Hear What I Hear? How Patron Bashing is Killing Our Spirit – 1 LEU
Join Samantha Minnis and Matt Smith for an in-depth look at the oddly prevalent phenomenon of patron bashing. Is this a problem? Why
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How Do I know If I’m Stressed? – 1 LEU
How Do I Know if I’m Stressed?? – Do you ever feel stressed? Most individuals will answer “yes” to this question. With the
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Jumping Ship from Public to Academic – 1 LEU
  Are you curious about academic librarianship? Are you a public librarian who is considering switching? While there can be many reasons you
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Trends
Youth Services
Diverse Books for Teens – 1 LEU
Please join Edith Campbell, Education Librarian at Indiana State University, for a webinar where she will share some of her favorite books for
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Government Websites for Kids – 1 TLEU
This webinar covers some well-known and possibly not so well-known government websites for kids and young adults. Media specialists, children’s librarians, and parents
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INSPIRE for Kids – 1 TLEU
Millions of articles, hundreds of government websites, and countless catalog records are all available to you through the INSPIRE. You’ll learn search tips,
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Libraries and Summer Meals: Food, Fun, and Friends – 1 LEU
This webinar will introduce you to the many ways that the USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), administered by the Indiana Department of
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Light Up Your Early Literacy Programs with the Firefly Award – 1 LEU
The Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Award is in its third year! Have you used this award in your library? Are you new to
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