2023-24 Library Leadership Webinar Series
Tackle the current challenges of today’s academic libraries with a group of thought partners in CCCU library leadership across the United States and Canada. Each webinar will address a current issue through presentations and breakout discussions.
The Library Leadership Webinar series values collegiality and collaboration in thinking about tough topics. Current CCCU library deans and directors are encouraged to register.
The registration fee covers all 4 webinars in the series. Participants will receive a link for the webinars after registration is complete. Participants who register after the first webinar will receive the link(s) to recordings from the presentations given in earlier webinars. Breakout room discussions from the webinars will not be recorded.
All webinars will begin at 2 PM Central Time
Tuesday October 10, 2023
Webinar 1: AI & ChatGPT
Michael Paulus, Assistant Provost for Educational Technology; Dean of the Library; Associate Professor of Information Studies at Seattle Pacific University
Tuesday November 14, 2023
Webinar 2: Faith Integration in the Library
Tuesday February 13, 2024
Webinar 3: Funding Your Idea – An Introduction to Grants
Angela Kroeze-Visser, Director of the Kielstra Center for Research and Grants, Dordt University
- There is no shortage of great ideas, especially on a college campus. The ability to implement those ideas though, often comes down to resources. Grants are often considered as a way to provide resources, but the process of applying for a grant can be intimidating for some. This session will introduce basic aspects of grant writing and grant administration using examples from several grant-funded projects at Dordt University’s Hulst Library.
Tuesday April 9, 2024
Webinar 4: The Slow Library: Valuing Maintenance
Angela Kroeze Visser serves as the Director of the Kielstra Center for Research and Grants at Dordt University located in Sioux Center, Iowa. She has an undergraduate degree from Dordt University and a Master of Public Health from the University of Minnesota. She enjoys writing programmatic grants as well as assisting faculty and staff in aspects of developing a research proposal or programmatic proposal for funding. She also teaches in the Dordt University Master of Public Administration program, helping students develop grant writing skills.
CCCU library deans and directors are invited to register for the Library Leadership Webinar Series. The registration fee will cover all 4 webinars. There is no cancellation option for this event, you will receive a recording.
Registration is $25 for all 4 webinars.
Registration is now open! Please click the link below to register and join us for this year’s series.