|Statement||Michael J. Wells.|
|Series||British Library R & D report -- 5750, British Library research anddevelopment reports -- no.5750.|
|Contributions||British Library. Research and Development Department.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||113|
Staff Resources Index. Please suggest new entries by sending email to the Libaries nts are not automatically added to this page. Recommendations need to include the url of the document/section, its title, and the keywords it should be listed under. Enhance the library experience through a passionate, knowledgeable staff and a creative, playful approach to reader’s advisory. Projects to Watch – IMLS Funds Library Grants From expansion of STEM learning to televised reading programs for families of the incarcerated, IMLS funding expands library initiatives across the country. With a new month, we see there's no shortage of online learning opportunities for library staff! Whether you're a library director or a circulation assistant, there's something here for everyone. This month brings 72 webinars and two online conferences, covering 22 topic areas to explore. Thank you to the Wyoming State Library for collecting this list of learning opportunities! Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio
The New Jersey State Library continues to invest in the development of New Jersey’s libraries by fostering the professional training of library personnel and providing effective leadership and administration to support and improve library services. Below is a listing of webinars of interest to the New Jersey library community. Below, staff members describe how they’ve adapted as telecommuters and as virtual stewards of the University Libraries. Lauren Todd: Subject and Instruction Librarian–Engineering. When the COVID crisis hit, the engineering faculty members and I were able to quickly strategize for University Libraries’ involvement with their online classes. Library Staff Training Resources October, Idaho Commission for Libraries 1. Training Resources: LibGuide: Opening the Book courses are proven to increase skills and confidence for staff working in libraries. This is not tickbox training, it is embedded in everyday library work routines. There's a great mix of online learning techniques combined with practical application of tasks in your own workplace.