Social Services in Libraries: Holding Space. A Trauma Sensitive Approach to Mindfulness Meditation Within the Library
This two-day introductory course has been created to support librarians in empowering the homeless and underserved communities through library-based mindfulness meditation programs. Participants will learn a sample course outline based upon evidence-based modalities to enhance body-mind coherence and safe practices for self-regulation.
Presenters: Scott Feinberg and Delphine Gervais
Instructional Design Program Plan Template
Programming in libraries is ongoing as programs are proposed, planned, and executed, usually back-to-back. In this interactive workshop, a program planning template will be reviewed which can be used as is, or modified, to help streamline and standardize your process, while allowing for creativity in the details. Lauri will also show us where to find resources, and some free ways to set up a curation system for those resources.
Presenter: Lauri Rebar
Library Technology Planning for Today and Tomorrow
During this SEFLIN series, attendees will develop and work to implement a custom technology plan for their library or department. With the help of author, Diana Silveira attendees analyze the library’s current technology, understand their community and staff needs, develop a budget and create a practical, comprehensive plan for them to implement.
Seating is limited for this series. If you are interested in participating in this course, please email Joshua Stone by January 22nd
Presenter: Diana Silveira