Do you have an interesting topic that you’d like to share with library & information professionals across Canada? We want to hear from you! 

The Education Institute is currently booking webinars and courses for the upcoming Fall Semester. We’re looking for presenters to share best practices, expert knowledge, tips & tricks and stories across many subject areas, such as: 
  • Innovative approaches to reference or collection practices
  • Successful library programming and services
  • Management & Leadership 
  • Advocacy
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Tech Tools
  • Digital Literacy, Privacy & Security
  • Marketing 
  • Project Management & Productivity
  • Fundraising
  • Community Outreach
  • Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility 

If you've got an idea for a one-time webinar, a longer course, or even a written resource related to any of these topics & beyond, please get in touch.


Submit webinar proposals using this form

 

Deadline for Fall 2018 Semester submissions: August 28, 2018 



Dates & Times: 

The Fall Semester runs from September 4 - December 21, and webinars are scheduled on Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 12-3 pm EST. 

Webinars are typically 1 hour in length, including Q&A. This Fall, we’re also piloting 30 minute “Lunch & Learn” webinars, which will give presenters the opportunity to share pro tips, success stories, or expand on a lightning talk. 

Compensation: 

All presenters will receive an honourarium for their session. 

Tech Requirements: 

Webinars and courses are conducted via Adobe Connect. All that’s required is a web browser, a reliable internet connection, and a USB headset with a microphone (if you have one). We’ll conduct a run through in advance to ensure you’re all prepared. You can learn more about tech requirements on our Information for Presenters page.

About the Education Institute:

The Education Institute is a continuing education program for library information workers developed by The Partnership of Provincial and Territorial Library Associations of Canada. The program offers one-hour webinars and 3- to 6-week online courses for libraries for the public, academic (college & universities), school (elementary & secondary) and special libraries sectors. Provincial and territorial library associations receive monetary compensation for each registrant from their particular organization on a quarterly basis.

Questions?

Please contact Katie Needs at kneeds@accessola.com