December 2013: Free CE and Training Options Online
Free Webinar Highlights From Texas State Library and Archives Commission
12/03 Surveying Patrons with the Impact Survey (TechSoup for Libraries)
12/04 The Future is Now: Rural Library as Innovation Incubator (WebJunction)
12/04 Life After Desk: Implementing the New Service Models (Infopeople)
12/05 Making the Discovery Decision (American Libraries Live)
12/05 Turn the Page: Your E-book Future Done Right (Library Journal)
12/06 Tech Tools with Tine: 1 Hour of eBooks and Audio Books (TSLAC)
12/10 New Librarian Roles – Building Connections Not Collections (Libraries Thriving)
12/10 The Power of Transformational Stories (WebJunction)
12/10 Introduction to Drupal Part 2: Blocks, Menus, Taxonomy and Webforms (TLA)
12/11 Using Microfilm for Preserving Electronic Records (SLRM)
12/11 The Evolution of Usage: Analyzing and Benchmarking Use – DDAL Pt. 2 (Library Journal)
12/12 Extreme Customer Service, Every Time (WebJunction)
12/19 Preservation Best Practices: Planning and Prioritizing: Tools for Success (Infopeople)
Free webinars compiled by Wyoming State Library Association of Rural and Small Libraries
View and subscribe at the Wyoming State Library Training Calendar
or view the list in PDF format for more information.
Did you miss one of the 2013 continuing education programs offered in southeastern Wisconsin?
No problem. The continuing education archive page is now available.
Presentation slides, handouts and, in some cases, video recordings are available for download and viewing. You will also find program description details, which can be helpful for library directors who need to complete Wisconsin Public Library Director Certification activity reports. Note that Warren Graham (Black Belt Librarian) does not allow any recording of his programs.
Continuing education programs are sponsored by the public library systems in Southeastern Wisconsin: Eastern Shores Library System, Kenosha County Library System, Lakeshores Library System, Mid-Wisconsin Federated Library System, Milwaukee County Federated Library System, Waukesha County Federated Library System, and also UW-Milwaukee SOIS.
Wild Wisconsin Winter Webinar Conference
January 15-16, 2014
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Registration is now open.
The Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference is a state-wide virtual conference developed by the Nicolet Federated Library System and co-sponsored by 12 other library systems in Wisconsin. Five web presentations focusing on public libraries will be given each day from speakers all over the country, and even one in Belgium.
All sessions are free and will be recorded. They will also be live tweeting at #wwwc14.