Below is our archive of webinars for library staff on
how to discuss financial education topics with patrons.
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From our partners
Helping patrons with financial education needs
- This series of Smart Investing @ Your Library online courses cover a number of financial issues, from managing money to estate planning. Developed by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, these courses feature up-to-date information, library-focused scenarios, and quiz questions to keep learners engaged.
Guidelines and Best Practices for Financial Literacy Education in Libraries
- ALA’s Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services published these guidelines to help libraries across the country meet the demand for financial education programming and reference services.
- Money Matters is a series of workshops and e-learning modules that was created to help New York Public Library staff, other libraries, and not-for-profit organizations understand key personal finance concepts.
Each webinar is added to the archive 1-2 weeks after its presentation date.