Presentations

After a steep learning curve, I’ve come to enjoy giving presentations. I especially like collaborating with others to both create and present on a wide variety of topics.

If you’re interested in working with me, then email me at hafuboti@gmail.com – I’ll be excited to hear from you!

I’ve also given two keynote presentations where I get to share what goes on in my head – and many people laugh at it (in a good way). I’m totally up for any future keynotes!

ACTing Up!
How to Create and Maintain a Dynamic Library for Both Staff and Patrons
Keynote at the Lake Superior Libraries Symposium
Summer of 2018

One of my favorite slides that I created for this presentation:
To Boldly Go Where No Librarian Has Gone Before! | Hafuboti.com #presentations #digitalart #memetastic

Welcome, Friends!
Keynote at New York Library Associations’ Youth Services Section Spring Meeting
Spring of 2018
Keynote at Massachusetts’ School Librarian Association’s Annual Conference
Spring of 2019

One of my favorite slides that I created for this presentation:

The battle within library managers when dealing with problems. You need to find a balance between Smeagol and Gollum | Hafuboti.com #myprecious

Shiny Showcases: Entice and Engage Potential Readers
Presentation at Utah Valley University’s Forum on Engaged Reading
Fall of 2017

One of my favorite slides that I created for this presentation (the rest were mainly images from Hafuboti):
A slide from my Shiny Showcases presentation at UVU's Forum on Engaged Reading in October 2017 | Hafuboti.com

Motion to Sparkle Approved: Bringing Out the Advocate in Everyone
This program was co-created and presented with Brytani Fraser
Fall of 2016

One of my favorite slides that I created for this presentation:

Welcome!
This is the presentation that I worked on/through in my So You Think You Can Present? post. No matter what presentation I give, the core mission statement that I learned from Commander’s Palace is at its heart.
Welcome! A presentation sharing New Orleans' famous Commander's Palace's mission statement and how to apply it to your library. | hafuboti.com

Crafty Fundraising: Upcycling Books for Your Library
Various Groups
Various Dates

I happily teach how to make either of the two Hafuboti ornaments to groups of any size. These ornaments, made from discarded books, can be a very profitable fundraiser for those who are craftily-inclined.

The two different styles of upcycled or recycled ornaments made from discarded library books | hafuboti.com