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Fisher's Functional Finds

Microsoft Windows: Save time with these 6 Windows shortcuts | Journal of Accountancy, by J. Carlton Collins, CPA (November 1, 2018) 
 
1. Alt+Tab. The Alt+Tab key combination temporarily pops up thumbnail images of all your open windows. Holding down the Alt key while tapping the Tab key repeatedly, rifles through those open windows (as pictured below), and upon releasing the Alt key, the selected window then displays full screen. I've found this to be the preferred way many CPAs navigate the open windows on their computer, yet this useful trick seems to have eluded some users.

2. Windows Logo+1, 2, 3, etc. Pressing Windows Logo+1 in the example screenshot below displays your most recently accessed window as the current window; Windows Logo+2 launches the second most recently accessed window; and so on. This tip can come in handy when you want to view, copy, or paste data among three or more windows.

3. Windows Logo+L. This shortcut allows you to instantly lock your Windows computer when you want to walk away from your station for a few moments. To unlock the computer, simply click anywhere on the screen (or press Ctrl+Alt+Delete) and enter your Windows PIN or password.

4. Shift+Delete. When you use the Delete key to delete files, folders, and emails, they end up in your Recycle Bin, where they can still be accessed (until your Recycle Bin is emptied). You can bypass your Recycle Bin and permanently delete your selected files, folders, and emails by simultaneously pressing the Shift+Delete key combination. However, be warned, when using this feature, your files are permanently deleted and there is no way to retrieve those files, unless you use sophisticated third-party file-recovery tools.

5. Windows+Plus key. Simultaneously pressing the Windows Logo and + key zooms in for a magnified view of your screen. Thereafter, pressing Windows Logo + minus key zooms you back out.

6. Windows Logo+M. Pressing the Windows Logo+M keys instantly minimizes all current windows. Pressing the Windows+Shift+M key combination restores the minimized windows to their former positions.
What's Happening Arrowhead

Celebrate Computer Science Education Week | Cloquet Public Library - Monday, December 3 through Thursday, December 6 from 4:00-5:00 pm

How You Can Help Youth Manage Their Anxiety | Cloquet Public Library - Monday, December 3 from 8:00-9:30 am 

Santa Claus is Coming to Calumet | Calumet Public Library - Monday, December 3 from 5:00-6:30 pm

Pinterest Project: Santa Cookie Plate | Gilbert Public Library - Tuesday, December 4 and Thursday, December 6 from 5:00-6:00 pm 

Cupcake Ornaments | Babbitt Public Library - Wednesday, December 5 from 3:30-4:30 pm

Teen/Tween Pinterest Days: Giant Glow in the Dark Jars | Two Harbors Public Library - Wednesday, December 5 from 5:00-6:00 pm

Hibbing Library Annual Yuletide Festival | Hibbing Public Library - Thursday, December 6 from 2:00-6:00 pm 

Kids' Holiday Ornament Making | Two Harbors Public Library - Thursday, December 6 from 4:00-5:00 pm

Holly Jolly Christmas Celebration | Buhl Public Library - Saturday, December 8 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cook Public Library December 2018 Newsletter
News from the Library | Grand Rapids Area Library, December
Newest Mail-A-Book Catalog Now Available

Any libraries wanting copies of the newest Mail-A-Book catalog (2018-Catalog # 2) should contact Chris Carlson (chris.carlson@alslib.info)


ALS Graphic Artist Brian Minor has finished designing the 2019 ALS Winter Reading Program Materials, yay!  This year's theme is Curl Up with a Good Book.
 
 
 
Because there are so many graphics, I've created a 2019 ALS Winter Reading Program folder here so you can see what's available for your local programming:  
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LSfgJLY-oZIKTw3I1byUb4QTPtOR5qw8 

Please note Brian has created a poster that we thought would be appropriate for both teens and adults -- the language on the poster is not age-specific, same with the reading log and punch card.

To order materials, please click on the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FG9S5TB. If you could fill out your orders by Monday, December 10, we'd appreciate it!  If you need your materials earlier than the order deadline, please send me a separate email to make sure we start working on your orders this week.
 
A huge thank you to Brian for his creativity and hard work!

Questions?  Please let me know!  Happy planning!

Best,
Mollie
Minnesota author interview: Joel Hare | Mesabi Daily News by Leah Ryan

Kids & Teens Broadcast

2019 Summer Reading Program Kick-Off and Storytime Training
Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 ALS Headquarters in Mountain Iron 
Snow Date: Friday, February 1, 2019

 


 

Scholastic Writing Award
Juror Application

 



Letters About Literature

Continuing Education with ALS

 
We are happy to announce the next webinar in the Wake Up Your Minds with ALS Staff series!  Please join us on Friday, December 7, 9-10 a.m., to learn more about Horizon ILS Reports with ALS Automation Librarian Chris Magnusson.  Participants will learn about creating, changing the display, sorting, exporting, and printing the following reports in Horizon:
  • Item Group Editor
  • Borrower Group Editor
  • AdHoc Reports
  • Expired Holds/Pull List
To join us online, please see the login details below -- no registration is needed to participate.
Arrowhead Library System is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. 
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/163607709
Or iPhone one-tap: US: +14086380968, 163607709# or +16468769923, 163607709#

Or Telephone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): US: +1 408 638 0968 or +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID: 163 607 709

 
We recommend logging in 5-10 minutes before the webinar starts in case you encounter any tech issues.  
 
Can't make it?  No worries!  Please visit the Wake Up Your Minds with ALS Staff webinar archive here: https://www.alslib.info/wake-up-your-minds/.  Also, please feel free to send us any questions or comments ahead of time via email and we will make sure the presenter shares them during the webinar.


Please join us for a Horizon BlueCloud Product Demo on Wednesday, December 5, 1:30-3:30 p.m., at the ALS Headquarters (5528 Emerald Ave, Mt. Iron).  Attendees will learn how Horizon BlueCloud features are becoming more practical to use in school media centers and public libraries.  Some features that will be highlighted include:
  • The ''You saved $$$.$$" feature for printed receipts in BlueCloud Circulation
  • Paying fines in BlueCloud Circulation
  • Adding multiple copies of items quickly in BlueCloud Cataloging
  • Improving cataloging by dragging fields from other records in BlueCloud Cataloging
  • How to customize your BlueCloud background image

To register for this session, please click on the following link by 12/4/18: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7XLR6XQ
*Please note there is a registration cap as we want to make sure all attendees have a hands-on experience in the computer lab.  

Afternoon refreshments will be provided and feel free to bring water bottles and other snacks if you so choose.  Make sure to bring a pen/pencil and note paper to take notes, along with any questions you may have about Horizon BlueCloud products in general.  Clock hour certificates will be awarded to all attendees.
The Conference is Calling


Mid-Winter Unsymposium

Friday, January 11, 2019
Superior Public Library 

 



 

2019 SirsiDynix Users Conference (COSUGI)
March 25-27, 2019
(Pre-conference Sunday, March 24)
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 

 
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Big Opportunities for Small Libraries: IMLS Launches New Special Initiative
Seeking Applications for School Library, Community Memory, and Digital Inclusion Grants

Washington, DC—The Institute of Museum and Library Services has launched a new special initiative, Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries (APP), and is accepting grant applications now through February 25, 2019. This new funding opportunity is designed specifically to strengthen the ability of small and rural libraries, archives, and related organizations to serve their communities, and awards sizes range from $10,000 to $50,000.

The initiative is in line with the IMLS Strategic Plan 2018-2022, Transforming Communities, which includes goals of lifelong learning, increasing public access, and building capacity. APP is a special initiative of National Leadership Grants for Libraries, which support projects that enhance the quality of library and archives services nationwide by advancing theory and practice.

“We’re pleased to support the work of small libraries and archives across our nation who are essential to their communities in so many ways,” said IMLS Deputy Director of Library Services Robin Dale. “These grants will provide opportunities for small libraries who provide such important programs and services at a local level to impact new, promising practices on a national scale.”

Categories
Three categories of APP grants are available to applicants:

  • Transforming School Library Practice: School libraries support learning and the development of critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration skills. IMLS is interested in furthering how school library professionals can serve as integral instructional partners to classroom teachers. Grant projects could include programs and services that prepare students for success in college, career, and life, or foster early, digital, information, health, financial, media, civic, and other types of literacies.
     
  • Community Memory: Libraries and archives not only serve as stewards of our nation’s knowledge and collections, but also as trusted spaces for community engagement and dialogue. This project category centers on engaging local communities in the collection, documentation, and preservation of their local histories, experiences, and identities. Proposals could include events and programs to digitize materials related to community histories, such as photographs, artifacts, or texts, or oral history projects that involve community members in the documentation and preservation of local histories.
     
  • Digital Inclusion: Libraries have an important role in promoting digital inclusion and increasing access to information, ideas, and networks. This category focuses on projects that support the role libraries play in promoting digital literacy, providing internet access, and enabling community engagement through civic data and civic technology. Grant proposals could include programs supporting broadband access and wireless networks to address the homework gap, increase small business development and entrepreneurship, or plan for emergency preparedness.

Cohort Learning and Evaluation
Grantees in this initiative will participate in communities of practice based on their project category. Three third-party mentor organizations will lead these cohorts, providing expert guidance and facilitating communication between grantees.

“Using an approach similar to IMLS’s Community Catalyst initiative, these new grants will support small libraries—some who may be applying for their first federal grant—through capacity building and cohort style learning,” said Dale.

This component of the grant is designed to promote shared knowledge, build grantee capacity in relevant areas, and grow networks in the library and archives fields. In addition, IMLS intends to identify and support a third-party organization to evaluate this initiative.

Who is Eligible? 
This grant opportunity is designed for small and rural libraries and archives, and applicants should consider how their organization might be a good fit. There are a number of ways to be “small,” and attributes of “small” libraries or archives could include:

  • size of the staff and volunteer corps;
  • operating budget and sources of revenue;
  • size of the collection and range of services provided;
  • size of facility and property;
  • types, numbers, and geographic distribution of audiences served; and size relative to other organizations of the same discipline or within the same geographic region.

Institution types could include rural or urban public libraries, Native American tribal libraries, school districts representing elementary through secondary school libraries, or research or special libraries. For more details, please read the notice of funding opportunity (PDF 384KB).

Webinars
Two pre-application webinars will be held with program staff to answer questions from potential applicants. The webinars, which will each cover the same material, are scheduled for:

Recordings of the webinars will also be made available on the IMLS website. For information about how to participate in the webinars or to access the webinar recordings, see the IMLS webinar page.

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation's libraries and museums. We advance, support, and empower America’s museums, libraries, and related organizations through grantmaking, research, and policy development. Our vision is a nation where museums and libraries work together to transform the lives of individuals and communities. To learn more, visit www.imls.gov and follow us on Facebook(link is external) and Twitter(link is external)

Employment Opportunities

Director of Library Services | Grand Rapids Area Library
Deadline: Friday, December 7, 2018 @ 4:30 pm


Youth Library Worker | Cloquet Public Library
Deadline: Open Until Filled

Webinar Control Center

Looking for continuing education opportunities?  The Wyoming State Library has consolidated a list of free webinars coming up this month -- check out the list below! 

ADVOCACY
Dec 19: 30 Ways to Make Your Small Library Extraordinary (Indiana State Library)
 
ASSESSMENT & PLANNING
Dec 4: Public Media And Libraries In Community Crises (Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Funders' Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities)
Dec 12: Creating Data-Driven Professional Development Pathways for Public Library Staff (Public Library Association)
 
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Dec 3: Using Smartphones, Watches, and Wearables to Support Executive Function for All Ages (Pacer Center)
Dec 12: Creating an Inclusive Work Environment Through the Use of Mainstream Technologies (AbleNet)
 
BOARDS
At Your Leisure: Trustee Trouble 2 (Wyoming State Library)
 
CHILDREN & TEENS
Dec 4: Thinking Sideways: Computational Thinking and Early Literacy (Public Library Association)
Dec 5: NCompass Live: Best New Teen Books of 2018: Popular Teen Novels - New Books They Need to Read (Nebraska Library Commision)
 
COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT
Dec 5: NCompass Live: Best New Teen Books of 2018: Popular Teen Novels - New Books They Need to Read (Nebraska Library Commision)
Dec 5: Celebrate the Best Books of 2018! (Follett)
Dec 6: Putting the Booklist Starred-Review Issue to Work for Your Library (Booklist)
Dec 12: Bringing History To Life: Documenting Artifacts (U.S. National Archives)
Dec 12: Packing and Crating Basics (Connecting to Collections)
Dec 17: YA Reads for the New Year (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
 
COMMUNICATION
Dec 3: Emotional Intelligence and Millennial Disruption (Training Industry)
Dec 5: Community Conversations Across Neighborhoods: Dialogue-Driven Programming (Programming Librarian)
Dec 12: Writing a Powerful Case for Support (Nonprofit Hub)
Dec 12: How to Handle Angry Customers (Niche Academy)
 
DIGITAL RESOURCES
Dec 5: From Print to Digital And Back Again: Three Decades of Lessons from a Library Newsletter (Georgia Library Association)
 
DATABASES & eRESOURCES
Dec 11: Let's Explore CultureGrams! (Wyoming State Library)
 
DEVELOPMENT & MANAGING CHANGE
At Your Leisure: The way we’ll work: Blockchain (Laramie County Library)
Dec 3: Emotional Intelligence and Millennial Disruption (Training Industry)
Dec 4: Creative Commons Licensing (TRAILS)
Dec 5: From Print to Digital And Back Again: Three Decades of Lessons from a Library Newsletter (Georgia Library Association)
Dec 5: DorobekInsider Live: 2018 Gov Innovations that Inspire, Engage, and Connect (GovLoop)
Dec 12: Circle of Influence: Implementing Shared Decision Making and Participative Management (Early Childhood Investigations)
Dec 13: Continuous Learning (YALSA)
Dec 13: We Know Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion are Important… Now What? (Infopeople)
Dec 19: NCompass Live: A Textbook Program is NOT for Us! Re-Imagining Failure Into New Possibilities (Nebraska Library Commission)
 
FUNDRAISING
Dec 4: Building a Successful Grants Program 101 (Elevate)
Dec 4: How to Plan a Record Breaking End-of-Year Fundraising Push (Techsoup)
Dec 4: How Your Nonprofit Can Get $10K Per Month In Free Google Advertising (Charity How To)
Dec 5: Introduction to Corporate Giving (GrantSpace)
Dec 5: 5 Giving Trends For Nonprofits to Watch For in 2019 (GuideStar)
Dec 6: Start Your 2019 Grant Strategy Off Right! (Charity How To)
Dec 6: Fundraising for Small Nonprofits: Stop Competing and Start Thriving! (Charity Village)
Dec 6: Funding Information Network (FIN) Information Session (GrantSpace)
Dec 12: Writing a Powerful Case for Support (Nonprofit Hub)
Dec 12: 5 Secrets of Email Marketing Geniuses (Firespring)
Dec 18: How to Promote Your Online Fundraising Campaign (Charity How To)
Dec 19: 3 Keys to a Successful Capital Campaign in Today’s Hyper-Busy World (Nonprofit Hub)
Dec 21: Events in a Digital Age: How to Maximize Offline Events in an Online World (Firespring)
 
LEGAL
Dec 4: Creative Commons Licensing (TRAILS)
Dec 11: Payroll for Nonprofits & Libraries: 2018 Law Changes that Affect You (Techsoup)
 
LIBRARY SPACES
Dec 6: Early Childhood Expertise Beyond Libraryland: Spaces & Behavior Management (Association for Library Services to Children)
 
MANAGEMENT
At Your Leisure: A librarian’s case against overdue book fines (TED Talk)
Dec 6: Technology Competencies & How to Implement Them (Geared towards management) (Indiana State Library)
Dec 7: De-Crapify Your Workflow!: Learn the Critical Keys (Training Magazine Network)
Dec 7: 6 Essentials for Teams That Work (Effectiveness Institute)
Dec 11: Leadership in Youth Services, Part 2: Leadership in Action (Association for Library Services to Children)
Dec 11: To Fine or Not to Fine (Montana State Library)
Dec 12: How to Handle Angry Customers (Niche Academy)
Dec 12: Circle of Influence: Implementing Shared Decision Making and Participative Management (Early Childhood Investigations)
Dec 12: The Voice of Leadership - Free Seminar Preview (American Management Association)
Dec 14: The Hidden Biases of Good People (Colorado State Library)
Dec 19: 30 Ways to Make Your Small Library Extraordinary (Indiana State Library)
 
OUTREACH & PARTNERSHIPS
Dec 4: Why Open Data Belongs at Libraries (Washington State Library)
Dec 5: Community Conversations Across Neighborhoods: Dialogue-Driven Programming (Programming Librarian)
Dec 6: Learning To Share Your Sandbox: Developing Effective Partnership Agreements (Bloomerang)
Dec 11: Take Summer Reading to the Streets: Partnering to Reach Children with Barriers to Library Access (Texas State Library and Archives Commission)
Dec 12: How to Foster Collaboration in Government (GovLoop)
Dec 13: SEA Insights: Health Literacy In Action (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
 
PROGRAMMING
Dec 3: Summer Program Ideas – Featuring the theme of space (Colorado State Library)
Dec 4: Thinking Sideways: Computational Thinking and Early Literacy (Public Library Association)
Dec 6: Virtual Field Trips in Wyoming (Wyoming State Library)
Dec 12: NCompass Live: Summer Reading Program 2019: A Universe of Stories! (Nebraska Library Commission)
Dec 12: How to Bring Extensions to Your Library: Highlighting Programs from Penn State Extension (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
Dec 18: Library Programming for Adults, From Start to Finish (WebJunction)
 
READER’S ADVISORY
Dec 5: NCompass Live: Best New Teen Books of 2018: Popular Teen Novels - New Books They Need to Read (Nebraska Library Commision)
Dec 5: Celebrate the Best Books of 2018! (Follett)
Dec 6: Putting the Booklist Starred-Review Issue to Work for Your Library (Booklist)
Dec 17: YA Reads for the New Year (Idaho Commission for Libraries)
 
REFERENCE
Dec 4: Train (Maybe) For The Olympics: Using Government Resources To Learn About Appropriate Exercise (Federal Depository Library Program)
Dec 4: Creative Commons Licensing (TRAILS)
Dec 4: Health Issues in the Headlines: Learning to Read Between the Lines (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
Dec 6: Managing Someone Else’s Money (Federal Depository Library Program)
Dec 11: From the Mountains to the Sea: Rural Health Issues and Resources (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
Dec 11: Using USCIS Resources to Support Immigrants and Refugees in the Library (Infopeople)
Dec 12: Grow Your Bank Account: Use Government Resources To Plan Your Current And Future Finances (Federal Depository Library Program)
Dec 13: Health News Review: Critically Analyzing Information in the News (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
 
SCHOOL LIBRARIES
Dec 3: Your Complete Guide to the Hour of Code (edWeb)

Dec 5: Ways to Combat Bias in Schools: A New Resource (Education Week)
Dec 5: The Power of Independent Reading: Dynamic Strategies Using High-Quality Authentic Texts to Foster a Love of Reading! (School Library Journal)
Dec 5: School Readiness Webinar Series, Part 1: Growth Mindset (Infopeople)
Dec 6: Virtual Field Trips in Wyoming (Wyoming State Library)
Dec 6: Fact vs. Fiction: Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in the Age of Fake News (edWeb)
Dec 6: Digital Equity: You Can Help Level the Playing Field in Schools and Libraries (School Library Journal)
Dec 8: STEAM Activities For Your Classroom (Simple K12)
Dec 11: Let's Explore CultureGrams! (Wyoming State Library)
Dec 12: Students Leverage Technology Tools and Makerspaces to Personalize Instruction (edWeb)
 
TECHNOLOGY
At Your Leisure: The way we’ll work: Blockchain (Laramie County Library)
Dec 5: API security: What you absolutely need to know now (O'Reilly)
Dec 6: Technology Competencies & How to Implement Them (Geared towards management) (Indiana State Library)
Dec 11: Jolly Holiday Webinar Party (Training Magazine Network)
 
TRAINING & INSTRUCTION
Dec 3: Emotional Intelligence and Millennial Disruption (Training Industry)
Dec 4: How to Recognize and Create Damn Good Job Aids (Insync Training)
Dec 5: How to Use Design Thinking to Innovate Faster, Better and More Effectively (American Management Association)
Dec 11: Bozarthzone! Instructional Design for the Real World (Insync Training)
Dec 13: Continuous Learning (YALSA)
Dec 13: We Know Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion are Important… Now What? (Infopeople)
Dec 18: Advanced Visualization Process to Create Dynamic & Effective Presentations (Training Magazine Network)
 
VOLUNTEERS
Dec 4: Engaging the Volunteer of the Future (VolunteerMatch)
Dec 5: Fundraising with Volunteers (Firespring)
Dec 6: Creating a Culture of Volunteer Engagement (VolunteerMatch)
Dec 11: Successful Volunteer Interview Strategies (VolunteerMatch)
Dec 13: Build Staff Buy-In for Volunteer Engagement (VolunteerMatch)
Thinking Sideways: Computational Thinking and Early Literacy | PLA - Tuesday, December 4 @ 1:00 pm Central 
 

How do we prepare young children to be able to communicate and express themselves in any medium? What are the key critical thinking skills that young children need in order to understand, navigate, and create material in all formats?

Computational thinking is a problem-solving process often associated with computer science, programming, and coding. However, the universal ideas behind computational thinking—decomposition, pattern recognition, and abstraction and algorithmic design—are concepts most children’s librarians and early childhood educators know. By exploring the relationship between early literacy and computational thinking skills, library staff can challenge themselves to think differently about the ways their work supports the whole child.

This webinar will explore components of computational thinking, what it looks like in early childhood, and how library staff use developmentally appropriate activities to support whole-child development. Young children can become successful problem-solvers, creative thinkers, and lifelong learners at the library.

Learning Outcomes:
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will:

  • Learn what computational thinking is, especially in early childhood;
  • Be able to make connections between early literacy and computational thinking skills; and
  • Learn how computational thinking can be introduced in library programs for young children using unplugged and digital activities.
Previously Mentioned  Calendar of Free Webinars, December | Wyoming State Library


 
Prepare + Prosper

Order Outreach Materials and Attend a Webinar to Prepare for Tax Season

Your library probably receives at least a few questions about taxes during the tax season. State Library Services is working again with Prepare + Prosper’s statewide outreach campaign, Claim it! to provide your library with free resources and a webinar in December.

Order outreach materials from Prepare + Prosper for your library to help individuals find out if they qualify for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit and to help them locate a free tax preparation site. Place your order to receive these free materials in time for tax season.

Libraries in Greater Minnesota: order your 2019 Tax Season Claim It! Outreach Materials through the Prepare + Prosper online order form.  

Prepare + Prosper and State Library Services will host a webinar for libraries with resources and information to help you during the 2018 tax season. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, December 18, 11 a.m.-noon. Please register for the Taxes 101 for Minnesota Libraries webinar today. Then, on December 18, join the meeting for Taxes 101. Please contact Emily Kissane (651-582-8508) if you have questions or would like to request a reasonable accommodation to participate in this event. Note: MDE requires a two-week advance notice in order to provide the requested accommodation and requires a 48-hour notice in order to cancel a requested accommodation.

Dena's Extra Reading
2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Librarians and Book Lovers
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