Program: Utilizing Partnerships to Expand Professional Development Opportunities Worldwide

10.3.16 – Utilizing Partnerships to Expand Professional Development Opportunities Worldwide
New Librarians Global Connections: best practices, models and recommendations series, IFLA Webinars

 

We are proud to present the last session of the 2016 webinar series “New Librarians Global Connection: best practices, models and recommendations.”

https://npsig.wordpress.com/webinars-2/upcoming-webinars/

The series “New Librarians Global Connection: Best Practices, Models and Recommendations” is organised jointly by IFLA New Professionals Special Interest group and IFLA SC Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning with the support of the American Library Association. This series of free webinars addresses issues of interest to new librarians, library associations and library schools, library-decision makers, and all library workers.

Please join us for the upcoming webinar:

Utilizing Partnerships to Expand Professional Development Opportunities Worldwide

While partnerships have been an instrumental part of the library’s success in serving the needs of their communities, they now offer librarians profound opportunities for developing new competencies and skillsets that strengthen their careers. This webinar will highlight various examples of international initiatives that not only expand professional development opportunities for librarians, but also connect them to dynamic and globally-based professional networks.

Success stories, challenges, and the impacts of these partnerships will be discussed.

Join us to hear some truly inspiring stories! Join our free IFLA/ALA Webinar on 10 October at 18 UTC 2:00 pm EDT

World Clock http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

Link to access the virtual meeting room –

http://ala.adobeconnect.com/r1inq2cbrad/

 

 

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