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Archived Webinar - Meeting a need: “Less Stress” resources to share

FREE for Supporting Members ($15/$20) - Do you see students, families, and colleagues who are feeling overly stressed? What about yourself? Our library staff worked with departments across our high school to gather and then share resources to help reduce stress. At this presentation, learn about our innovative and collaborative efforts (with Social Work, Health Services, and Kinetic Wellness) to gather and publicize resources about reducing stress and becoming more mindful.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/2/2020
Where: Online
United States
Contact: This Webinar is archived and will be made available to you on demand
513-751-4422


Online registration is available until: 11/2/2020
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ARCHIVED WEBINAR 
(originally aired March 2018)

 This Webinar is archived and will be made available to you on demand

Meeting a need: “Less Stress” resources to share

Do you see students, families, and colleagues who are feeling overly stressed? What about yourself? Our library staff worked with departments across our high school to gather and then share resources to help reduce stress.  At this presentation, learn about our innovative and collaborative efforts (with Social Work, Health Services, and Kinetic Wellness) to gather and publicize resources about reducing stress and becoming more mindful. A concerted use of technology facilitated access for students and faculty on their mobile devices and encouraged personal learning in various styles - reading, viewing/listening, and actively experimenting with breathing exercises (we will include a short demonstrate). The SWON presentation will note other activities (hosting therapy dogs, setting up craft and coloring stations) and will showcase a Libguide giving all participants access to the many videos, apps and online articles that we have recommended to students, faculty and parents. Please join us and take some deep breaths.

Competencies Covered:

  • Personal/Interpersonal Competencies
  • Children's Services
  • Young Adult Services

Presenter:

Linda Straube has almost 20 years of experience in K-12 libraries. She currently teaches at New Trier High School, a large high school (4000+ students) in suburban Chicago. There, she is energized by collaborating across numerous disciplines and providing professional development (most recently regarding misinformation and “fake news”).  Linda has also taught a graduate course on School Library Management at Illinois State and facilitated an all day workshop on eBooks and eReaders for school librarians at the University of Illinois (UIUC). Linda enthusiastically promotes reading (studies show it reduces stress!) and works closely with public library colleagues. Her own graduate degrees include a Masters in Library and Information Sciences from UIUC and a Masters in Management from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University.

CEUs:

OLC accepts 1 CEU.

KDLA accepts up to 1 CEU. 

Price:

FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions 
$15 for everyone in Ohio
$20 for everyone else

 


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