Here is your opportunity to tell your library system's continuing education planners what you would like to learn in the areas of administration, general skills, inclusivity and social justice, leadership and management, and library services and skills as well as how you would like to receive these opportunities. Your responses will help shape and develop the offerings in your region and the state. Click here and give us your opinion. This should take you about 10-15 minutes.
Deadline to submit your responses is Friday, June 28, 2019.
Questions? Problems? Contact Laurie Freund (email@example.com or 262-896-8083).
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Do you have a tech tool that makes library work easier, a technology program or service that draws adults, teens or children into your doors, or apps you’ve found or created for library use?
Please fill out this form to let us know what you’d like to share and show at Tech Days East this September!
All topics at the intersection of technology and libraries are welcome.
Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Time: 9am – 3pm
Location: Appleton Public Library
Register at https://newilibraries.org/ccbc2019
Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) librarians Merri Lindgren and Megan Schliesman will talk about Great New Books for Children and Great New Books for Teens, highlighting selected books from the publication CCBC Choices 2019. Books included in CCBC Choices 2019 will be available for hands-on examination.
Recognize any of these?
The NEWI Youth Services & SLP 2019 Workshop was held on February 21 and 22 at the EAA Aviation Museum in Oshkosh and the Kress Family Branch of Brown County Library in De Pere. Speakers and facilitators did such an amazing job, and attendees had opportunities to share ideas and work on teams for various STEM-based challenges.
UPDATE: Both sessions of the workshop have now filled.
Both forms are still open for staff who want to be put on the waiting list.
Registration is now open for the Creativity and Aging: Arts Education for Older Adults workshop!
You have two opportunities to attend:
NEWI (Northeastern Wisconsin CE Partnership) is the place to go for continuing education activities throughout the region each year. These free workshops and webinars are designed for the professional development of librarians and trustees and, in most cases, the programs may be attended by any library personnel.
Here is a list of just some of the upcoming events:
Visit NEWILIBRARIES.ORG for a complete list of upcoming events, news, and live webinars. Webinars are provided by agencies, companies, associations, and library systems. Registration for the programs is required.
NEWI is a continuing education (CE) partnership of four library systems located in North Eastern Wisconsin: Manitowoc‐Calumet Library System (MCLS), Nicolet Federated Library System (NFLS), Outagamie Waupaca Library System (OWLS), and Winnefox Library System (WLS).