Together in Isolation: Virtual Programming for Children and Teens

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About this Session:

Libraries can thrive by delivering virtual programming! Join Ardis Chedore to learn best practices for engaging with your patrons by using digital platform like Zoom and Facebook. 

This webinar will take you step by step through the details of creation to facilitation to statistical collection and feedback to assist you with delivering relevant programming for your library. 

Participants will gain: 

  • Best practices for virtual engagement;
  • Programming tips for children and adults; 
  • And more!

About the Presenter:

Ardis Proulx-Chedore is a Library Information Technician who is employed as the Acting Assistant to the C.E.O at the Cochrane Public Library, located in Northern Ontario. In 2019, her library’s 2018 TD Summer Reading Club earned the CNIB’s Program Accessibility Award. Ardis creates, facilitates and organizes programming for all ages. When she isn’t knee-deep in all ages programming, she runs a local Karaoke night under the stage name “Miss Ardis the Singing Librarian”. You can reach her on her Facebook page of the same name.

This session originally aired on April 23, 2020.

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