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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Lightbox Demo

Meet Lightbox! The fully interactive, multidimensional, supplemental solution for PreK-12 educators looking to improve engagement and literacy skills.

Follett Institute - Fall 2015

Make the Most of Your Destiny® Library Manager™ with Professional Training... And Introducing!...Professional Development Day

Vocabulary and Literacy Development in PreK-1

Hear some of the common myths about vocabulary development, which has often led to a lack of attention for this important topic in school instruction.

Tracking and Maximizing District Investments

This web seminar, hosted by District Administration, showed how a district uses resource management software to maintain a centralized inventory and to identify all district resources and services.

Filling Curriculum Gaps with New Digital Content Delivery Systems

Explore new ways of reaching kids with digital content delivery systems.

Filling Curriculum Gaps with Used Textbooks - Still Relevant in the Digital Age

Get the lowdown on a very strong curriculum and budget strategy in education.

Teaching 21st-Century Skills in Today's Library - It's Not Only in the Classroom

Sheila Carr shares how libraries can utilize technology to its fullest in helping students prepare for the challenges ahead.

Questioning Authority - MLA Citing in the Digital Age

Michelle Luhtala shares current trends in MLA citing.

A Makerspace in Your Library - Where a True Learning Community Takes Place

John Parker and Tiffany Whitehead discuss how to create learning communities in your library with a Makerspace.

Using Graphic Novels as Effective Classroom Teaching Tools

Comic books and graphic novels have long been thought of as entertainment, but they can also be excellent learning tools. Katie Monnin and Nader Quamari explore how to use graphic novels in the classroom.