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WIOA (Congressional Act passed in 2014) is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy. [https://www.doleta.gov/WIOA/Overview.cfm, Accessed 03/05/17]
The 2017 Public Library Directors' Summit was held on March 2 and 3 at the Red Lion Downtowner Hotel in Boise, Idaho. Fifty-one public library directors gathered for two days of focusing on re-thinking libraries and connecting with current library trends. Phil Eastman, Leadership Advisors, Inc., served as facilitator as well as led a discussion on leadership-driven strategic planning.
Happy Birthday to the Special Projects Library Action Team (SPLAT)! This summer marks the tenth year that the Idaho Commission for Libraries-sponsored group has been working throughout the Idaho library community.
The 2017 Continuing Education Brochure lists professional development activities that the Idaho Commission for Libraries will be supporting during the coming year. This is a great tool to use in creating your personal learning plan, as you look forward to increasing your skills in the coming months. In ad
The Idaho Career & Technical Education (ICTE) will be soliciting applications for federal grants for the purpose of providing adult education and literacy activities.
The Idaho Commission for Libraries is pleased to announce the first edition of ICfL Target. This is a new quarterly publication identifying "need to know" activities and deadlines. Communication is critical in today's world, more so than ever before. This publication is designed to b
by Shirley Biladeau continuing education consultant
The Collection: eBooks for Library Staff has grown with the addition of over 40 new titles.
by Shirley Biladeau, continuing education consultant
The Library Leadership Advisory Committee (LiLAC), a collaborative effort between the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho Library Association, is recruiting new members. This 10-member committee of individuals from all types of libraries and all Idaho geographic areas has made great strides toward cultivating a leadership environment within the Idaho library community.