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Professional Development Webinars from ACRL-OR!

Did you know that ACRL-OR provides access to a variety of professional development opportunities for library workers – including two sets of professional development webinars!

ACRL-OR Webinars

ACRL-OR hosts a series of webinars featuring regional library workers sharing their expertise on a variety of library topics.  Most recently, Brooke Robertshaw, PhD, Assessment Librarian at Oregon State University presented “What is Quantitative Data Really Good for?  Throwing great big noisy fusses about white colonial power structures. *An ode to Ramona Quimby”.  A full list of webinars (and recordings!) is available on the ACRL-OR Webinars page and make sure to keep up with the ACRL-OR blog for updates on future webinars including this one on March 18th!

ACRL National Webinars

ACRL-OR is excited to provide complimentary access to archived professional development e-Learning webinars from ACRL National!  These webinars are available to ACRL-OR members only, but more information about webinar topics can be located on the ACRL National webinars page.  If you are an ACRL-OR member, you should have received a password to access the full webinars page via email.  If you’re interested in becoming a member, visit ACRL-OR’s membership page.

If you have any questions about the webinars provided by ACRL-OR, or suggestions for future topics, please email the ACRL-OR Communications Coordinator at aja.bettencourtmccarthy@oit.edu 

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