Virtual Programming Development (ALSC webcast archive)—INDIVIDUAL USER

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Not all of your library program ideas and best practices transfer over perfectly to the virtual world. However, more do than you think! This webinar will focus on best practices for virtual programming, modifying your in-person programs to go virtual, and innovations to make virtual programming more personal and interactive. Get the basics so you can feel more confident in formulating ideas and presenting virtual programs.

Participants will: 

  • Learn about different streaming services and options for virtual programs.
  • Brainstorm how different ‘classic’ programs can be implemented virtually. 
  • Learn various ideas to make virtual programming engaging and interactive. 
  • Explore options for reaching diverse populations through virtual programming.

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Emily Mroczek

Emily Mroczek (Bayci) is a children's services professional in the Chicago suburbs. She focuses on technology and making it accessible to learn and teach. Mroczek-Bayci was an instructional technology assistant during her time at the iSchool in Champaign, received a Libraries Ready to Code Mini Grant, and has presented more than 50 digital programs for children ages birth to 12 and their caregivers. 

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