LTC: Models for Change

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Do I need to register for ALA's Midwinter Conference in order to attend the in-person workshop?

A. Yes, registration for ALA's Midwinter Conference in Denver, CO is required in order to attend the in-person workshop.

Q. I'm not from an academic library. Can I apply to register for this in-person workshop?

A. Yes, all library workers are eligible to apply. However, those not working in academic libraries will be waitlisted.

Q. Will this in-person workshop be recorded?

A. No. This in-person workshop is an in-depth and hands-on training session that requires a high level of collaboration between attendees, so it is not conducive to recording.

Q. How many seats are available for the in-person workshop?

A. 50 seats are available.

Q. I have a meeting I need to attend during the in-person workshop. Can I arrive a little late?

A. No. There is a limited number of seats available for this session and a high-level of interest. Any empty seats at the start of the in-person workshop will be given to people on standby.

Q. Is there a travel stipend available for this in-person workshop?

A. No.

Q. Are there prerequisites for the in-person workshop?

A. Yes. Libraries Transforming Communities: Models for Change is a cumulative learning series. Library professionals interested in applying to attend the pre-conference are required to view the three corresponding webinars to be eligible to attend.

Q. I am interested in attending this in-person workshop, but cannot attend the live webinar sessions. Is there a way to watch them after the live session?

A. Yes. Each of the webinars will be recorded and made available for free viewing shortly after the live session concludes.

Q. Is there a registration cost for the webinars?

A. No.

Q. Will ALA offer continuing education units (CEU) for the trainings?

A. No. ALA's Public Programs Office is unable to offer CEUs for attendance of the online or in-person learning opportunities.

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