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Celebrate Women's History Month with the SLNC Government & Heritage Library. Carmen Cauthen, the author of Historic Black Neighborhoods of Raleigh, will delve into Raleigh’s untold history and share insights into her research and writing process.

We invite you to attend this virtual forum to learn about Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory loss. Also hear how libraries across the state are partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association to have a positive impact on those impacted by Alzheimer’s and dementia. You'll hear from several libraries on their experiences, discuss collaborative opportunities and learn about the importance of sharing these resources with your staff and patrons.

Storytherapy Lab is a professional development training that provides effective therapeutic strategies to use when facilitating programs for marginalized populations. Participants will learn strategies on how they can motivate their audience to write their response to published literature drawing on their own experiences and emotions.

Storytherapy Lab is a professional development training that provides effective therapeutic strategies to use when facilitating programs for marginalized populations. Participants will learn strategies on how they can motivate their audience to write their response to published literature drawing on their own experiences and emotions.

This webinar will focus on cataloging video games. Specific rules and best practices for using RDA, MARC, and controlled vocabularies will be discussed. Students will also be introduced to free resources and examples of best practices.

This webinar will address how to evaluate and create records for audiobooks following RDA, MARC, and Library of Congress vocabulary rules. CD recordings, Playaways, streaming audio, and downloadable files will be discussed. Students will be introduced to free resources and examples of best practices.

This webinar will focus on the special challenges of cataloging DVDs and Blu-rays using current standards like RDA, MARC, and Library of Congress vocabularies like LCSH and LCGFT. Students will be introduced to free resources and examples of best practices.

This webinar will explore the numerous MARC 34X and 5XX fields that should be used when cataloging audio/video resources. The specific rules for using each MARC field, the RDA vocabularies involved, and other important details will be discussed. Students will be introduced to free resources that can help them use these fields in the A/V records.

“New to NC” is a virtual series hosted by the State Library of North Carolina’s Government and Heritage Library, offering an array of topics catered to new North Carolinians. Join this “New to NC” program to get a sneak peek at the North Carolina Museum of Art’s upcoming spring events and exhibitions on February 13. 2024.

More managers are choosing to retire or reduce their hours, which in turn creates exciting new openings. We will closely examine the excitement, rewards, pitfalls, and demands that come with transitioning from co-worker to supervisor. Discussions will focus on internal promotions and upward mobility. Learn the tools and insight to navigate their new roles. Recognize how to empower the most positive outcomes for the paradigm shift of existing relationships.

This webinar will be presented by Dr. Resa Mai, Director of Morris Area Public Library, IL.

North Carolina library staff are invited to register for Co-worker to Supervisor - How to Manage Previous Peers Webinar, https://slnc.info/HMPP.