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The third annual United for Libraries Virtual Conference will be August 9-11th! The Nebraska Library Commission has purchased a 2022 statewide registration for all library board members, library directors and staff, Friends, and Foundations!
- Diversity Training That Generates Real Change: Inclusive Approaches That Benefit Individuals, Business, and Society
- Library Workers are NOT Okay: How Trustees Can Support the Health & Well-Being of Library Staff
- Community Needs Assessment: Informing Library Goals and Strategy
- Diversity in Library Boards, Friend Groups, and Foundations: Successes and Struggles in Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Members
- Our Collection & EDI: A Richmond Public Library Story
- Power Up Your Annual Fund Drive!
- Practical Policy Management: A Guide for Trustees
- Preparing for a Material Challenge
- Successful Bequest Fundraising: Planned Giving Lessons from the Field
- Tweeting to Congress: Library Social Media Advocacy
Registration is required for live and/or on-demand access. Choose the option below that best meets your needs:
Option 1: If you are registered in the Nebraska Statewide Course at https://elearning.ala.org/
- Click here and you’ll be automatically registered in the 2022 United for Libraries Virtual course.
- Complete the alternate registration form here.
For any questions, please contact Holli Duggan, CE Coordinator
The 2021 Internet Librarian Conference, originally scheduled to be held on October 26th-28th in Monterey, California, is switching to a virtual format. See their online announcement for more information. While this is a disappointment for those who were planning to attend in person, it does open up opportunities for those interested in attending virtually.
The virtual event is scheduled for the same week that the in-person conference was scheduled to be held, and a Virtual Pass for October 26-28, 2021, will provide you with access to all keynotes and main conference sessions, networking, and the virtual exhibit hall. See the Internet Librarian Connect 2021 website for more details.
Nebraska librarians are also still eligible for a discount if they sign up for a Virtual Pass to this conference using the Nebraska Library Commission discount code: 21NLC. The discounted rate for a Virtual Pass is $199. This is a $100 savings of the regular $299 price.
To receive a Virtual Pass discount for Tuesday, October 26th – Thursday, October 28th, 2021:
- Go to the Register Now page and click “Attendee.”
- Complete the form and click “Proceed to Tickets.”
- Select 1 Virtual Pass ticket and scroll to the bottom of the form.
- Type 21NLC in the Promotion Code field and click “Apply.”
- You should see a pop-up telling you the code has been successfully applied. You should also see that the Virtual Pass price of $299 has been reduced to a total of $199 on your form. At this point you can enter your payment information and click “Checkout.”
If you have questions, please contact Susan Knisely.
“Computers in Libraries Connect, organized and produced by Information Today, Inc., provides a unique, annual opportunity for library and information professionals from all over the world to gather together and discuss the myriad of ways technology continues to impact libraries and the people who use them. While we can’t yet meet in person, we invite you to join us online to learn, share, and celebrate the technologies and people that are shaping the future of libraries.“
The Nebraska Library Commission is pleased to announce that Information Today has again provided us with a discount code we can distribute to Nebraska librarians to use when registering for Computers in Libraries Connect 2021. This conference will be held virtually.
Discount code: NLCCIL21
Link to register: https://pheedloop.com/cil2021/site/register/
When you register using this discount code, you will be eligible to receive $100 off the Virtual Pass, which is normally $299. This means you will only pay $199.
The Virtual Pass (Tuesday, March 23rd through Thursday, March 25th) includes access to all keynotes and main conference sessions, networking, and the virtual exhibit hall. It also includes access to archived session recordings for viewing through June 1, 2021. (The Virtual Pass does not include access to workshops unless purchased separately. Workshops are separately priced and are not eligible for discounts.)
There is no deadline, so you can use this discount code through the event dates and will be able to view the archives if you miss any live sessions.
You can review programs here: https://pheedloop.com/cil2021/site/schedule/
If you have questions please contact Susan Knisely
There’s still plenty of time to apply for a Continuing Education (CE) grant to attend the ARSL 2020 virtual conference!
You can now see the detailed program schedule, as well as the session descriptions on the conference website. Keynote speakers include William Ottens, Cassandra Campbell, and Nancy Pearl. Sessions will also be recorded and available to registrants after the conference, so you won’t have to worry about missing anything!
Nebraska public librarians, library board members, and library students have a terrific opportunity with this virtual professional conference. Each grant recipient will be reimbursed for the costs of attendance, including conference registration and mileage (if traveling to a host library). Librarians, board members, and students may apply for an individual grant. Since ARSL is offering a group registration rate, library directors may apply for a group grant.
More details and the application forms are all available now on the Continuing Education and Training Grants 2020 page.
If you have any questions at all, please contact Holli Duggan, CE Coordinator.
- Aug. 31: CE Grant Application Due Date
- Sept. 4: Recipients Announced
- Sept. 28 – Oct. 2: ARSL Conference