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Come Play at the Library: How to Launch a Library Board Game Program for Everyone

Thursday, September 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

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For this program, we will consider how to build and instruct effective and transferable employee training programs. Through learning effective training techniques, you will learn how to maximize training effectiveness and ensure employees are equipped for the workplace. Finally, we will examine how to structure content, implement SWOT analysis techniques, and how to present content effectively.

As a result of this program, you will:
• Understand the basics of effective instructional training
• Understand the needs of learners in training programs
• Apply instructional communication techniques to future training programs

Presenter: Annabelle Blackman is a Librarian II at Oakland Public Library in California. Around 10 years ago, she discovered modern hobby games alongside her then 3-year-old. She facilitates many family game days at the library, attends board game conventions for professional development, as well as for funzies. She stays active in her local scene, serving as a Board Game Ranger Captain at a local indie role-playing game convention, Big Bad Con.

Professionally, Annabelle has a particular interest in games that appeal to intergenerational groups of varying literacy levels, and English language fluency. A personal gaming goal of hers is to one day learn and conquer trick-taking games!

The recording and handouts will be available on Niche Academy after the live event as well as our library of over 700 recorded sessions. To access Niche, go to: https://my.nicheacademy.com/floridalibrarywebinars

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Thursday, September 12
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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