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LJ/SLJ Course: Resilient Together: Building School and Public Library Partnerships 

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Increase your impact and sign up for our online Resilient Together: Building School and Public Library Partnerships course with your team. Library Journal and School Library Journal offer group discounts so that your team can learn together and launch a plan to implement meaningful new partnerships.

Contact libraryjournal@edmaker.co for group discounts.

Groups will be placed in the same workshop, where discussions and project-based assignments receive feedback from an experienced librarian.

The speaker program runs on October 13, 20, and 27, 2:00-4:00 pm ET (recordings available) with an ongoing workshop over 3 weeks.

In this course, we will explore the many benefits of the school and public alliance to drive equitable access to information, improve community outcomes, and achieve learning goals. You’ll learn from the experts how to find partnerships, develop a plan of action, and enact your plan over three weeks through live keynote sessions and an interactive online classroom environment, featuring experts in the field.

In this course, you’ll come away with:

  • A blueprint for how to establish or expand your school-public partnership
  • Key tools and resources you need to help you along the way
  • An understanding of the partnering process, including making the case to stakeholders and dealing with budgetary concerns

The course will follow the continuum of collaboration, from informal partnerships to fully-integrated services, and will take a deep dive into impact and benefits to ensure that you walk away with the tools you need to make the most of your partnership.

Certificate of Completion Provided

15 Professional Development Credits Available

Register before July 12 and save!

For group discounts, email libraryjournal@edmaker.co.

Posted on: June 29, 2021, 6:01 am Category: Uncategorized

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