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March 7, 2018: Public Library Adult Program Planners Network Special Interest Group Meeting (PLAPPN)

Are you an adult program planner looking for a place to share, brainstorm, and learn from others in your position? The Public Library Adult Program Planners Network (PLAPPN) is an interest group dedicated to encouraging and promoting adult programming in area libraries. Whether you're new to programming or, simply need some new ideas, members share information at each meeting about their most interesting and successful programs. 

Meetings focus on:

Discussion of current programs taking place in area libraries
Planning and coordinating joint efforts to bring presenters/programs to the area
Developing and presenting programs for the continuing education of librarians and others responsible for adult programming
Creating and maintaining databases that might benefit those who are responsible for adult programming

Interested in attending? Please register below to secure your spot at this free special interest group meeting! PLAPPN meets quarterly. 

Emily Wages, MLIS
Emergent Trends & Technology Educator, SWON Libraries

 

Public Library Adult Program Planners Network Special Interest Group Meeting (PLAPPN)
Free 
3/7/2018, 2-4pm- Boone County Public Library, Main Branch
1786 Burlington Pike
Burlington, Kentucky  41005
United States

 
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SWON Webinar - Meeting a need: “Less Stress” resources to share

Do you see students, families, and colleagues who are feeling overly stressed? What about yourself?

Linda Straube and library staff at New Trier High School have worked with departments across the school to gather and share resources that help reduce stress.  In this webinar, learn about their innovative and collaborative efforts (with Social Work, Health Services, and Kinetic Wellness) to gather and publicize resources about reducing stress and becoming more mindful. A concerted use of technology facilitated access for students and faculty on their mobile devices and encouraged personal learning in various styles - reading, viewing/listening, and actively experimenting with breathing exercises (we will include a short demonstration). This SWON presentation will note other activities (hosting therapy dogs, setting up craft and coloring stations) and will showcase a Libguide giving all participants access to the many videos, apps and online articles that we have recommended to students, faculty and parents. Please join us and take some deep breaths!

Linda Straube has almost 20 years of experience in K-12 libraries. She currently teaches at New Trier High School, a large high school (4000+ students) in suburban Chicago. There, she is energized by collaborating across numerous disciplines and providing professional development (most recently regarding misinformation and “fake news”).  Linda has also taught a graduate course on School Library Management at Illinois State and facilitated an all day workshop on eBooks and eReaders for school librarians at the University of Illinois (UIUC). Linda enthusiastically promotes reading (studies show it reduces stress!) and works closely with public library colleagues. Her own graduate degrees include a Masters in Library and Information Sciences from UIUC and a Masters in Management from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University.

Can't take time away on the webinar date? Anyone who registers for our webinars will recieve an archived recording, so go ahead and reserve your spot now

 

Meeting a need: “Less Stress” resources to share
Free for employees of Supporting Member Institutions
$15 for members in our Ohio service area
$20 for everyone else
3/1/2018 - Online

 
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NKU Steely Library After School Special
Exploring Energy, Environment, and Space: Resources for the P-12 Educator

Northern Kentucky University’s W. Frank Steely Library is hosting a free workshop on March 6th, 2018. “Exploring Energy, Environment, and Space: Resources for the P-12 Educator” will take place at 4pm in room 102 of the Steely Library. This workshop will explore free resources available from government and non-profit organizations like NASA, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. It also can provide a boost for educators to use these resources in their preschool to Twelfth grade classrooms.

“This workshop serves as an opportunity for educators to see what free resources they have available. Many people do not know how much we have available,” said John Schlipp, associate professor and Intellectual Property Librarian at Steely. Sessions include the following:

Excited About Energy - Ella Bowling

Come learn about great energy resources you can get for free for you classroom and the great curricula that is aligned to NGSS that you can use alongside these amazing kits from NEED!!

Ella Bowling is the STEM Outreach Director for the Center for Integrated Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CINSAM) at NKU.

Amateur Radio in the Classroom - Michael Wells

This presentation seeks to introduce the concepts of modern amateur radio and its potential for learning in the middle and high school classroom.  Amateur radio today is very closely tied to educational technology platforms such as the Raspberry Pi, and can offer years of experiential learning for students and teachers who may be eager to engage the world through technology.  Learn about the hobby, how to become licensed,  and how ham radio can be a tool of modern learning.

Michael Wells is a Systems Librarian at NKU and a licensed ham radio operator.

The Power of Deliberation in the Classroom - Bill Muse

This discussion focuses on classroom teachers as one of the keys to educating young people about the kind of deliberation that will help them solve problems in their lives related to energy and environmental issues.

William Muse is former president of the National Issues Forums Institute (NIFI), a non-profit nonpartisan network that, in partnership with the Kettering Foundation, publishes issue guides on major problems facing the nation and works with groups to conduct deliberative forums around the country.

Can people without PhDs in Physics understand the Space time Vortex? Understanding and Teaching the Gravity Probe B experiment - Christa Speights 

This session will give an introduction to the Gravity Probe B experiment using the NASA Physical Science Lesson Plan on the Gravity Probe B experiment. We will go through the process of making a lesson using a NASA lesson plan and end with a lesson about Gravity Probe B complete with videos and demos.

Christa Speights is NKU’s planetarium director, and serves ~5000 P-12 students per year in Haile Planetarium. She directs astronomy camps for middle school students each summer. Besides working in the planetarium, she also teaches college-level physics and astronomy classes at NKU.

EE Resources for the Classroom and Where to Find Them - Jennifer Beach

Learn about different types of free and nominal-cost environmental education programs, training, and curricula available. Discover how these resources can assist you in reaching STEM teaching goals.

Jennifer Beach is a Certified Professional Environmental Educator and Children’s Programmer at the Kenton County Public Library. She holds the KY Early Childhood and Education Training Credential (EE Specialty) as well, and is trained to provide both programming for all ages and adult training in environmental education. Jennifer also serves on the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education.

The last day to register is March 1, 2018. This event is free, but registration is requested. 

 

NKU Steely Library After School Special
$free
3/6/2018 4-6pm - NKU, Steely Library, Room 102

 
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Please register for SWON & PCI events by the Friday before they take place

 
      Webinar - Celebrate 60 Years of Earth Observations with NASA
FREE (a STARnet event)
3/6/2018 - Online

After School Special: Exploring Energy, Environment, and Space: Resources for the P-12 Educator
FREE (an NKU Event)
3/6/2018 - Highland Heights, KY

Public Library Adult Program Planners Network Special Interest Group Meeting (PLAPPN)
SWON SIGs are always FREE
3/7/2017 - Burlington, KY

Webinar - Dealing with Difficult Behaviors; Helping People Share from a Better Place
FREE (an Infopeople event)
3/7/2018 - Online

Spring Summer Reading Program Workshop 2018 - Libraries Rock
Cost:
$40 for employees of Supporting Member Institutions
$50 for members in our Ohio service area
$75 for everyone else
3/8/2018 - Greenfield, OH

PCI Webinar - What’s To Come in 2018? Assessing and Staying On Top Adult Collections
Cost:
FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions
$15 for members in our Ohio service area
$20 for everyone else
3/8/2018 - Online

2018 ALAO Spring Support Staff Workshop
Cost:
$30/35 (Not a SWON Event)
3/12/2018 - Batavia, OH

Academic Librarians Interest Group (ALIG)
SWON SIGs are always FREE
3/14/2018 - Crestview, KY

Webinar - Growing Your Library's Role: Creating a Community Garden with Impact
FREE (a Programming Librarian event)
3/14/2018 - Online

Technical Services Special Interest Group (TeSSIG)
SWON SIGs are always FREE
3/15/2018 - Dayton, OH

 

 
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      Save the Date: Take 5: A Youth Services Day of Dialogue
5/4/2018 - In-person Loudonville, OH

3rd Annual Nonfiction Read-In with Graphic Novels
3/22/2018 - In-Person

Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association Conference
10/5/2018 to 10/9/2018 - In-person Cleveland, OH

Save the Date: OKI Children's Literature Conference 2018
11/3/2018 - In-person Crestview Hills, KY

 
 
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