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LITT: On the Move (Mobile Services)

LITT Chat: “On the Move” (aka Book/Mobile Library Services) Friday, August 25, from 1:00 – 2:00 MDT LITT: "On the Move" is a space for library staff who work with […]

LITT: Library Makers

Erica Compton will be joining us from the newly formed, Idaho EcosySTEM (no-longer under the Idaho STEM Action Center) to help library makerspace staff better understand how the Idaho EcosySTEM […]

Girls Who Code Info Session

Are you looking for a turn-key afterschool program for kids and teens? Do you want to provide STEM programming for your community? Are you curious about computer science or coding, […]

Connecting Idaho Students Info Session

The Connecting Idaho Students Project will provide tablets to public school districts and charter schools throughout Idaho to expand access to e-books and digital resources in the classroom. Participating school […]

LITT: Adult Services

Would you like to connect with other library staff who are supporting adult services programming? Excellent! Join this virtual chat for members of the Idaho library adult services community. We […]

LITT: Neurodiverse

LITT: Neurodiverse is a space for library workers in Idaho who identify as neurodiverse to come together and discuss their shared experiences and support one another. Neurodiversity is a viewpoint […]

LiLI-D: Get to Know the New EBSCOhost!

Join us for a demonstration of EBSCOhost’s enhanced user experience. We will cover improvements in accessibility, full-text viewing, sharing and citation tools, and the new "My Dashboard." Bring your questions, […]

Idaho Teen Reading Challenge Info Session

The Idaho Teen Reading Challenge is a tool that libraries can use to connect with teens and introduce them to new books. Learn about this year’s Challenge categories and a […]

Info2Go! Intro to Accessible Web Design

Intentional design is necessary to make the online world accessible for those with visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive disabilities. Designing with accessibility in mind will also result in more effective […]

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