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Recordings and presentations from TLA webinars.

Contact Ted Wanner, TLA Director of Education & Member Engagement for more information.

2019

June

June 7 | 2:30-3pm
TLA Talks: Monthly Membership Meeting

February

February 18 | 10-11am
ALA Candidates Forum

Candidates for President and Treasurer of the American Library Association share their visions with Texas as they gear up for the 2019 ALA election. Hear from presidential candidates Julius Jefferson Jr. and Lance Werner, and treasurer candidates Maggie Farrell and Andrew K. Pace.

RECORDING

2018

November 

November 15 | 1 – 2pm
Tips for Successful Texas Book Festival Grant Applications

Lea Bogner, Texas Book Festival outreach manager, shares the latest information on the TBF grant process, and tips for ensuring a successful application.

RECORDING

June

June 25 | 1-2pm, Central Time
How to Plan a Successful Conference Program

This 40-minute webcast reviews conference tracks and timeslots, tips for coordinating programs (with a special section on author programs, using the Conference Event Form, and the schedule for Annual Assembly & afterward.

RECORDING |  SLIDES

May

May 9 | 1-2pm, Central Time
TLA Officer/Leader Orientation, Part 2

In the second half of this guide for TLA officers and leaders will cover the annual timeline of activities, review important responsibilities such as staying within budget, Annual Assembly, volunteer management, and planning for elections.

RECORDING |  SLIDES

March

March 8, 1-2pm Central Time
No More Yawning: Tips for Delivering a Compelling Presentation

Michalle Catalano

Join SLD for the one-hour webinar: No More Yawning: Tips for Delivering a Compelling Presentation. In this webinar, you will learn tricks for making a successful presentation including, overcoming the fear (or trepidation) of public speaking, creating compelling slides, and ways to engage your audience.

RECORDING |  HANDOUT |  QUIZ

March 5, 2:30-3:30pm Central Time
How to Organize and Present a Moderated Panel

Walter Betts, Emily Billings, and Carolyn Booker

How many times have you attended a panel at a conference, only to find a series of unrelated micro-presentations with little useful content? Leaders of the 2017 Texas Library Association Conference will discuss how to organize and implement a moderated panel as a conference program event. Moderated panels drop the pointless 5-minute slideshows for an interview-style program that centers on the critical issues for the audience. This webinar is especially intended for program planners who are orchestrating panel programs at the 2017 TLA Conference, but the ideas can be used by any event planner.

RECORDING |  SLIDES |  HANDOUT

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