Guest post by Marci Glaus, Education Communications Manager at PBS Wisconsin Education
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Guest Post by Joy Schwarz
Learn from experts without having to travel! There is still time to register for Tech Days 2021, a two-day series of webinars that occurs on Wednesday, September 15 and Thursday September 16. There is no fee to attend Tech Days, and all sessions will be recorded.
This post was originally shared on DPI ConnectED.
September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time to remind Wisconsinites of the countless benefits holding a library card brings them.
Guest post by Jaime Matczak, Wisconsin Valley Library System
Is your library interested in creating a marketing plan, but you’re not sure where to start?
Guest post by Joy Schwarz
Please check the NEWI list of free webinars to find online continuing education opportunities you may attend from where you are. Most sessions are 60 minutes long, and are provided – at no charge to you – by associations, agencies, companies, and library systems. There’s a lot to choose from, so here’s a sample of topics that may be of interest to you.
Managing stress & building resilience; click title to register:
Last summer, the Covid-19 pandemic necessitated that the Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) shift its focus to finding innovative ways to fulfill its core mission of increasing the understanding of East Asia in Wisconsin.
All 16 Wisconsin Library Systems are dedicated to increasing equity, diversity and inclusion efforts across the state. That’s why they are co-sponsoring a learning opportunity that can help you increase the collection and circulation of titles written by underrepresented authors.
Please note this important correction to the earlier post about Wisconsin Tribal Library Services receiving Native American Library Services Enhancements Grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).