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Blog posts in Continuing Ed
ABLE (available now): The newly updated, online Alternative Basic Library Education (ABLE) Program, provides basic library knowledge and skills for staff members who have no formal education in library science.
Never had the opportunity to attend an ALA Annual or Midwinter Conference? If this would be your first time attending ALA, review the grant requirements today and apply tomorrow - making you one of the first to apply for Continuing Education grant funds from ICfL to attend ALA's Annual Conference!
On Thursday, March 21, 2013 (3.21) a three-year national public service campaign promoting the importance of digital literacy skills called EveryoneOn will launch. The EveryoneOn goal is for all Americans to have access to free digital literacy training, online or in-person.
The familiar digital literacy guides (http://libraries.idaho.gov/digital-literacy), a source of information for workforce development, consumer finances, education, and digital literacy, have been transitioned to a new platform called Libguides. Find it at http://guides.lili.org/digitalliteracy -- and subscribe via RSS to receive updates as new information and resources are added. The Idaho Commission for Libraries is excited to streamline access to these powerful online@your library resources for libraries and the residents of Idaho. Check it out today!
Using Technology for Time Management: Tools and Techniques for Library Staff and
Team, an Infopeople online course, will be offered February 19 to March 18, 2013. Would you like to use your smartphone, laptop, or tablet to help you be more efficient? Technology is making time management even easier with the availability of free and low-cost tools for time tracking, task management, goal and priority setting, and team projects. If you are interested in taking this course and would like to access a seat sponsored by the Idaho Commission for Libraries sponsored, read on.
The Idaho Commission for Libraries, through a grant from the Library and Services Technology Act, Institute of Museum and Library Services, is now providing access to Infopeople and Amigos courses for members of the Idaho Library Community. Read further to find out how to qualify and access the courses:
In March and April of 2013, libraries around the state will be hosting WebJunction workshops. Last spring, WebJunction changed to a new platform for both the content and the courses. In this two-hour workshop, we will explore the tips and tricks for navigating the two new sites. Join us if you can! If your library would like to host a workshop for staff and colleagues from neighboring libraries, please contact Shirley Biladeau at firstname.lastname@example.org to check on available dates. More information at http://libraries.idaho.gov/freetraining