As part of Information Literacy Month, we will be highlighting all of our resources that can help you teach your students important research skills. The first resource we’ll be highlighting is our very popular Professional Development Series. These one-hour webinars provide an exciting, in-depth look at a wide range of relevant topics that educators like you are interested in learning more about.

Attending a Professional Development webinar can be costly, but there’s no need to take out your credit card – EasyBib’s Professional Development Series is FREE!

Our past webinars include Twitter in the ClassroomWebsite Evaluation, There’s a Digital Tool for That!, Google Docs as 21st Century Learning, and more!

Check out all of our webinars here. 

Here’s our October schedule:


Want to know what our attendees are saying?

“I just wanted to say how much I enjoy the PD webinars! Thank you so much for making it available.” – Lin Harris, Library Technician at MEI Middle School, Abbotsford, BC.

“The ‘Twitter in the Classroom’ webinar was extremely valuable and provided a lot of information that will be useful in my instruction planning.” – Louise E. Wyche, Head of Reference Services at Savannah State University in Savannah, GA.

Have you attended one of our Professional Development Webinars? Let us know what you think by using the comment box below.

 

Jenny Kessman is the Marketing Associate here at EasyBib, and will provide a behind-the-scenes look into our company. You can contact her via email at Jennifer[at]imagineeasy.com.

Jenny Kessman

Jenny Kessman

Marketing Associate at Imagine Easy Solutions
Jenny Kessman is the Marketing Associate here at Imagine Easy Solutions. Jenny received a BA from the University of Delaware. She loves to test out Pinterest recipes, binge on Netflix and read. In her free time, she volunteers as the PurpleStride chair for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and is the team captain for Cycle for Survival’s, Dore’s Dream Team.

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