2013-14 ASCLA Webinar Proposal Form

1. Introduction

 
ASCLA welcomes proposals for professional development webinars. The ASCLA Online Learning Committee evaluates proposals for professional development webinars that support the work of ASCLA's members: services to special populations, including users with disabilities and incarcerated adults and youth; independent librarians and consultants; state libraries and public libraries; and library networks and cooperatives.

All webinars will be hosted by ASCLA and delivered using the current webinar software in use by ASCLA; presenters will receive software training from the ASCLA Web Manager.

All webinars should be approximately 60 to 90 minutes in length.

Proposals are accepted and evaluated on an ongoing basis, however it is strongly recommended that proposals for webinars in spring 2013 be submitted by January 15, 2014 for presentation March 15 through May 15, 2014 and August, 2014.

Webinar presenters will be paid $150 for each webinar presented. Co-presenters will be paid $75 for each webinar presented.

Questions with an asterisk (*) require a response.

If you need assistance, please contact ASCLA web manager Andrea Hill at ahill@ala.org.
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1. Today's date is:
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About You
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2. Please provide all of the following for each presenter: Name, Title, Affiliation, E-mail Address and Phone Number
3. Please list any related conference presentations and publications in addition to teaching experience and knowledge in the proposed topic area.
4. Please indicate any experience with delivering online webinars.
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5. Presenter Qualifications:

State qualifications of each presenter to present on this topic; include relevant teaching experience and knowledge in the proposed topic area. Though not required, please indicate any experience with delivering online webinars.
About the Webinar (Or online multi-session course).
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6. Proposed Webinar Title
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7. How does the proposed webinar address topic(s) relevant to the work of ASCLA's members: services to special populations, including users with disabilities and incarcerated adults and youth; independent librarians and consultants; state libraries and public libraries; and library networks and cooperatives?
Detailed Webinar Description (for promotion)
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8. Is the proposed webinar:
9. Relevance - How is the topic relevant to the intended audience? Is there an aspect of particular timeliness for the audience?
10. Approach and presentation - Is there anything distinctive or compelling about the presenters’ approach to the topic presentation?
11. Content - Provide an outline of the webinar content including the time to be devoted to each topic.
Also, comment on how the proposed webinar topic(s) and content help ASCLA member serve and meet the needs of its 4 core groups OR how does the webinar translate the topic/content that draws upon ASCLA member expertise into content that is relevant across the field of librarianship?

ASCLA's 4 core groups are librarians serving special populations (people with disabilities, incarcerated adults and youth); independent librarians and consultants; library consortia and networks, including resource-sharing librarians; and state libraries.
12. How does the proposed webinar relate to ASCLA's mission: ASCLA enhances the effectiveness of library service by advocating for and providing high quality networking, enrichment and educational opportunities for its diverse members, who represent state library agencies, libraries serving special populations, library cooperatives, and library consultants?
13. Identify Webinar Learning Outcomes
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14. Audience Participation:

Discuss methods of engaging audience in topic such as activities, discussions, question & answer time, polls, etc.; include estimate of time dedicated to interaction with audience. Minimum expectation is 15 minutes for interactive elements
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15. Detailed Webinar Description (for use by ASCLA Online Learning Committee):

Identify subject, scope, content and approach. State what is distinctive and compelling about the webinar you are proposing.

How does this webinar support ASCLA's mission to enhance the effectiveness of library service by advocating for and providing high quality networking, enrichment and educational opportunities for its diverse members, who represent state library agencies, libraries serving special populations, library cooperatives, and library consultants.
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16. Audience Participation:

Discuss methods of engaging audience in topic such as activities, discussions, question & answer time, etc.; include estimate of time dedicated to interaction with audience. Minimum expectation is 15 minutes for interactive elements.
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17. Proposed Dates:

You may indicate specific dates and times, e.g. April 25, 2013 at 3:00pm Central Time, or you may give general availability, such as Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, Once approved, exact dates and times will be negotiated by ASCLA staff:

Webinars proposed during August 2013 will be presented between Oct. 22 and Dec. 1, 2013.
18. Any other important details about this session we need to know?
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