Booksellers who missed or want to relive the American Booksellers Association’s 16th annual Winter Institute (Wi16) can visit the Education Resources page on BookWeb now to watch recordings of two keynote sessions (the session with Brené Brown expired on March 22):
- “Novelist as Citizen” with authors Lauren Groff, Viet Thanh Nguyen, and Colson Whitehead
- “How to Think Like a Futurist” with Brian David Johnson and ABA CEO Allison Hill
Six educational sessions are available now:
- Neurodiversity at Work
- Customer Experience and Hand-selling/Upselling in a Hybrid World
- New Labor Laws and Best Practices in the Time of COVID
- All You Need Is Love: LGBTQ+ Romance
- Creating a Work Environment That Embraces Access, Equity, and Justice
- Managing Online Sales Growth
Newly added to all keynotes and education sessions are PDF documents that contain book recommendations, best practices, and tips and tricks shared in the chat by Wi16 attendees. These documents can be found in the attachments sections beneath each recording.
All Rep Picks presentations are also available in the Education Resources section.
Booksellers will need to be signed in to BookWeb to access the recordings.