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Alaska Online With Libraries (OWL) Program

OWL Network Videoconferences

All OWL Videoconferences can be found on the Alaska Libraries Museums YouTube channel. To learn about upcoming OWL Network videoconferences, see the OWL Calendar on the OWL home page. If you have questions, comments or suggestions for this page, please send us a message using the Ask OWL! email form.

These Videoconferences were created between 2012 and 2019.  

The Alaska Online With Libraries (OWL) Program began in 2011 as the OWL Project with federal funds provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and administered through the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) of the US Department of Commerce. In 2013, the OWL Project became State of Alaska funded and was renamed the Alaska Online With Libraries (OWL). 

Project documents, such as presentation slides, are available upon request at the Alaska State Archives:

OWL Videoconferences - Life in Alaska

The Life in Alaska playlist contains videos relating to Alaskan people, languages, and daily living.  

OWL Videoconferences - Professional Development

The For Library Staff playlist contains videoconferences that were created for library staff.

OWL Videoconferences - Arts & Science

The Arts & Science playlist contains videoconferences on art, music, literature, and scientific subjects.