- Free Webinar: Addressing Ableism in Your Built Environment
- Apply for PLA Awards & Grants by December 6
- CSLP 2020 "Imagine Your Story" Incentives & Decor Catalogs: Arriving Next Week
- Figure Eight: A Northern Lakes Mystery by Jeff Nania
- Is Internet Explorer going away? Not really.
- Ryan Dowd's Librarian's Guide to Homelessness: Online Training Coming in 2020
- Small Library Strategic Planning: Funding Available
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Webinar content will help prepare participants for conversations with their organizations’ key stakeholders such as administrators, IT personnel, and content creators. Participants will gain knowledge and confidence to navigate digital preservation discussions and advocate for their organization’s long-term digital asset management and preservation work. Join us for this free learning opportunity!
In case you missed the September 6, 2019 webinar, you can now review the slides, watch the webinar recording and view supporting materials.
Another round of the WPLC OverDrive Support Course is set to start on September 30th. It’s an online 5-week course, designed to help library staff provide front-line support to OverDrive users.
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Eight scholarships of up to $350 each will be awarded to current or future library professionals who may face barriers to attending WiLSWorld.
People from underrepresented groups in librarianship are strongly encouraged to apply, as are library school students, folks that have to stay overnight to make the travel work, and new professionals. Apply by July 1, 2019.
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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.
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