The OHLA Executive is pleased to announce a new collaborative initiative with the Ontario Library Association to provide OHLA continuing education sessions through the Education Institute. OHLA members will not require access to OTN to attend. Attendees will only require a computer, internet connection, and an internet browser with Adobe Connect supported. To ensure that your browser is supported, conduct the following test.
OHLA Education Institute sessions are free to OHLA members. Non-members may attend by becoming OHLA members or by paying an individual session fee. To register or inquire about fees, contact CE Coordinator Caitlin Carter.
Developing Library Leaders
When: Tuesday, March 24th, 12:00 to 1:00 PM EST
Presented by: Kimberly Christmas, Manager of Innovation, Learning & Service Planning, Toronto Public Library. Kimberly has worked in academic, special, and public libraries.
$45 for OLA members
$55 for Non-members
Free for OHLA members – membership will be verified
Description: Start new library leaders out on the right path. Discover the learning and development path of librarians with new systemwide leadership roles. From design thinking, to project planning to consultations, join us to discover how to engage your future library leaders.
You will learn how to:
1) Describe a Cohort Based learning and development approach;
2) Identify how to leverage your library’s resources; and
3) List the key development areas for new library leaders.
To see what we’ve offered in the past, look at our list of recently offered sessions.