| By Sydney Fairman |
As libraries seek to bring in programming that meets the diverse educational needs of their communities, factors such as staff time, breadth of expertise, classroom space, and even budgets play into the equation.
Join fellow librarians across the country for the “Get Your Online Learning Program On Course” webinar on March 11, 2019 at 2 p.m. ET, sponsored by Gale and Library Journal. A panel of three librarians specializing in adult services will discuss the benefits of online learning programs, tips on how to incorporate these solutions into your existing programming, and best practices for promoting eLearning options to the community.
- Susan Jakaitis, Adult Services Manager, Vigo County Public Library
- Diana So, Senior Services Specialist, Toronto Public Library
- Andrew Tadman, Reference Services Coordinator, East Baton Rouge Parish Library
Panelists will also share their experiences with Gale Courses, a 24/7 learning solution featuring more than 360 instructor-led online courses focusing on personal growth and professional development. Attendees will also be able to explore some of the many features of this resource, such as real-time tracking and reporting tools that measure patron engagement and program outcomes.