The Brown County Library’s Bookmobile is teaming up with fellow county departments this summer and is hitting the road! The Neville Public Museum, Aging Disability and Resource Center (ADRC) and Extension Brown County will be traveling to Bookmobile stops so residents can learn about available programs and services, participate in a program, listen to a presentation, ask questions and get answers!
A news conference introducing, “Brown County on the Go,” will take place at the Brown County Central Library, 515 Pine Street, downtown Green Bay, on Friday, June 7, 2019 at 11:15 am. Weather permitting, the event will take place in front of the library on the Pine Street plaza. The event will move indoors if necessary.
Update: Innovative support found an “undocumented” back door way of setting the Location facet to alphabetical order, which has been implemented. The Location list is now displaying in Alphabetical order. If you don’t see it, try refreshing your browser. The original “scope menu order” began with Adult & Young Adult and Children and then went in alphabetical order. The new workaround is strictly alphabetical order, so Birnamwood, enjoy your time on the front page! When the official fix comes out, it will likely return to the original sort order.
There has been a recent change in InfoSoup that has been causing some minor confusion. After you do a search in InfoSoup, you can use the Refine by column to limit your results by format, location, genre, language, etc.
In the past, the location list always began with Adult & Young Adult and Children, and then three libraries in alphabetical order. Clicking on more > would continue listing all the InfoSoup libraries in alphabetical order.
Like the other Refine by sections, Location now sorts by "hit count" rather than by alphabetical order.
Below are the headlines for 05/31/2019 - 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
During this week, the country will unite in efforts and celebrations hosted by hundreds of libraries, museums, and many other partner organizations to lift our voices that summers matter. Join in shaping smarter summers, brighter futures by showcasing how quality summer enrichment opportunities can stem summer learning loss and change the lives of millions of young people.
Trustee Training Week is a series of five webinars that will take place from noon to 1pm each day, August 12 – 16, 2019.
All library board trustees, directors, library staff, volunteers, and Friends group members are welcome to participate.
There is no charge to attend, and all webinars will be recorded.
Contact hours for continuing education toward public librarian re-certification: 1 per webinar.
Below are the headlines for 05/24/2019 - 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
Below are the headlines for 05/17/2019 - 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
WiLS’ mission is to help its members turn ideas into action. WiLS Ideas to Action Fund provides support for innovative or collaborative projects to help members reach their goals and have a positive impact on Wisconsin libraries. If you and your project meet its eligibility and requirements, you can apply for up to $5,000.
WiLSWorld, on July 23rd and 24th at the Pyle Center in Madison, is going to be jam-packed with great learning and sharing opportunities. Here are just a few exciting highlights: