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Paul is currently scheduling additional onsite and online presentations, webinars, and online courses. To set up a learning opportunity, please contact him at

Author, Change the World Using Social Media, from Rowman & Littlefield; publication date: January 2021; for 30% discount, order through Rowman & Littlefield and use this code: RLFANDF30.

For workshops/webinars on effectively using social media for activism, collaboration, and/or positive change, please contact Paul at

Change the World Using Social Media

Library Advocacy Training Project Manager for the California Library Association

Facilitator for highly-interactive one-hour online employee-assistance program sessions through Claremont EAP

Member, Board of Directors for the UCLA Daily Bruin Alumni Association (DBAN);  helped develop and continue to co-facilitate a mentoring program and develop/facilitate workshops designed to support the professional development of students currently working on the campus newspaper

Member, Public Library Association Continuing Education Advisory Group, which advises PLA (a division of the American Library Association) on the identification, development and evaluation of relevant, cost-effective, and emerging face-to-face and online continuing education products and services

Co-facilitator for the “Are We There Yet” project documenting pandemic-era learning successes for the ShapingEDU community, under the auspices of Arizona State University Enterprise Technology

Participant/panelist in biweekly T is for Training podcast recordings (alternate Thursdays, 9 pm ET/6 pm PT) hosted by Maurice Coleman; listen to the latest episode—a conversation about websites and blogging for trainer-teacher-learners—through this link.

Upcoming Presentations

“Podcasting, Advocacy, and Libraries” free online workshop, co-presenting with podcasters Maurice Coleman and Steve Thomas under the auspices of the California Library Association; Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Additional monthly online library-advocacy training sessions through the California Library Association (2nd Wednesday of each month, starting at 10 am; updates on CLA community calendar

Training workshops for students working on UCLA’s a campus newspaper, offered under the auspices of the UCLA Daily Bruin Alumni Network