Recorded Webinars and Podcasts

Stay knowledgeable and gain invaluable inspiration with these archived webinars and podcasts. Created with educators in mind, these informative recordings cover curricula, digital education, innovative teaching, and much more. For upcoming live webinars, Follett institutes, and more, explore our event listings.

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Literacy Through the Arts: Standards-Aligned Curriculum for History and Social Studies

Explore the why, what and how of arts integration in history and social studies.


Titlewave: Learn How to Work Smarter... and Find Out What's Coming Next

Based on the top Titlewave questions from our customers, we've created some helpful tips, and we'll introduce some more recent features you may not have tried.


Ditching Dewey - Genrefication in Your Library

Find out why "genre-fication" is one of Tiffany Whitehead's new favorite words.


Librarians as Change Agents: The Expertise is Right Here

Learn several ways to enrich students’ learning via a strong school librarian and how these impressive librarians keep the spotlight on their programs throughout the year.


Keeping a Seat at the Table with Google

We know that many students, like us, start their search with Google. See effective ways to use Google, as well as Follett tools, to authenticate those searches.


A Path to a More Efficient Parochial Private School

Learn how Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland makes it easier for staff, faculty, parents and students regarding all student resources.


K-2 Nonfiction Webinar

Shannon Miller highlights Pebble products from Capstone Press


What’s New in Destiny Resource Manager? Gain Greater Control of All Your Resources

Bruce Hamilton and Jason Lasiewicz from Follett School Solutions Destiny Product Management Team present changes including the ability to bring your Destiny Textbook Manager data into Resource Manager and an expanded list of standard reports.


Building Your Library to Support Inquiry-Led Learning and the Three Programmes of the International Baccalaureate®

Review what makes an excellent IB Library. You'll learn how you can effectively build your collection over time to best meet the specific needs of the IB curriculum across PYP, MYP and DP programmes.


Everybody Code: Teaching and Learning an Essential 21st-Century Skill

Shannon McClintock Miller explains the importance of learning to code and how to work it into the classroom and library.