Making the Most of Going Digital: Developing Virtual Programming Online

Developing Virtual Programming Online

Libraries have been offering programming for decades, and in many cases, the model has been, “Let’s plan a program, promote it, and see who shows up.” This approach hasn’t changed much, even with the proliferation of virtual and streaming programs. In this session, we will discuss a method for planning programs that begins with the end in mind. Starting with identifying your customer’s needs and wants, then developing programs and services to meet those needs and wants. We’ll discuss how to use research – quantitative and qualitative – to plan virtual programs that will engage your customers. We’ll talk about “bundling” programs and services for different audience segments. We’ll also cover how this more strategic approach can save time and resources for your library.

Thu, Apr 15, 2021, 11:00am - 12:30pm

A Viewpoint of Her Own: The Black Mountain College Photographs of Helen M. Post

Join us on Tuesdays for the Women's History Month Lunch & Learn webinar series.
Archivist Sarah Downing examines the work of photographer Helen M. Post, through a collection of images she created at Black Mountain College in 1937. Post photographed members of the faculty, students, campus scenes, and examples of life in the college community. Please register for the March 23, 2021 program in the link, bit.ly/NCWHM-3

Tue, Mar 23, 2021, 12:00 - 1:00pm

Women's History Month Lunch & Learn: She Changed the World Oral History Project

The Women's History Month Lunch & Learn Webinar Series begins on Tuesday, March 9, 2021. This online program is hosted by the State Library of North Carolina's Government & Heritage Library and the State Archives of North Carolina.  Please register for the March 9, 2021 program in the link, bit.ly/NCWHM-1

Tue, Mar 9, 2021, 12:00 - 1:00pm

Don't Sweat the Flops with Flow Circus

This virtual session will guide teen librarians on how to help break through that fear by making “flopping” fun. Flow Circus will introduce librarians to the flop ball; this simple, yet challenging skill toy has players using the back of their hands to throw and catch - a slight change that requires a shift in mindset and the player to pay attention in a new way. During the process, Flow Circus will provide strategies to help empower players to get out of their own way and ask for help when they need it.

Thu, Mar 18, 2021, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Introduction to African American Genealogy

Join the North Carolina Government & Heritage Library for an introduction to resources for finding African American ancestors. 

During this online session, learn tips and tricks unique to African American family history research. 

Wed, Feb 24, 2021, 11:00am - 12:00pm

Test Events (not a Job)

This is a Test Event page to see how the views are working

Fri, Feb 5 - Tue, Feb 9, 2021, All day
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