- Jan 12: Talking Is Teaching: Trusted Messenger Training (IFLS webinar)
- Jan 19: Learning Gaps and Local Partnerships
- Jan 19: Advocacy 101
- Jan 20: Easy Library Budget Tracking (SWLS webinar)
- Jan 26-27: Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference (webinar sessions)
- Feb 2/Mar 16/Apr 20: CCBC Shorts: A (Brief) Monthly Look at Books for Children and Teens (CCBC/SCLS webinar)
- Feb 15: Let’s Talk About Race At Work (Wisconsin Libraries Talk About Race webinar series)
- Feb 22: Summer Library Program Learning & Fun: Catch the Wave (NEWI webinar)
- Mar 9: Engaging in Sensitive Conversations & Handling Pushback (Wisconsin Libraries Talk About Race webinar series)
- Mar 22-26: Public Library Assocation (PLA) Conference in Portland, OR
- Apr 14: Understanding Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusing Matter in Majority White Spaces (Wisconsin Libraries Talk About Race webinar series)
- May 11-13: Wisconsin Association of Public Libraries (WAPL) Conference at Ingleside Hotel, Pewaukee
- May 18: CCBC Shorts: A (Brief) Monthly Look at Books for Children and Teens (CCBC/SCLS webinar)
- Aug 22-26: Wisconsin Trustee Training Week webinar series (DPI, Library Systems)
Info coming soon!
News You Can Use
SEWI LSTA CE Grants available (January – June 2022)! Click on the link for more details. Applications are reviewed monthly.
Check out UW-Madison’s iSchool Continuing Education courses and scroll down to see the list for the upcoming semester.
Ryan Dowd’s Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness online training is available to all Wisconsin library staffs through December 2022. Contact Laurie Freund (firstname.lastname@example.org) for info
Be sure to bookmark WebJunction.org where you can find articles, webinars, self-paced tutorials, and more on a variety of library topics.
This is a chronological list of webinars that you may attend for free. They’re provided by agencies, companies, associations, and library systems. Click any title to see a description and a link to register.
Webinars with a ★ are the ones I think you’ll find most useful. This list is maintained courtesy of NEWI Libraries.
Arrowhead Library System, Bridges Library System, Kenosha County Library System, Lakeshores Library System, Milwaukee County Federated Library System, and Monarch Library System provide information to member libraries in Southeastern Wisconsin (SEWI) on training and professional development.