Programs and Services for Libraries
SEFLIN is a nonprofit Multitype Library Cooperative that provides librarians continuing education opportunities (CE Credits for librarians), social services in libraries, vendors’ discounts, consortia purchases, and more.
Training Events for Librarians
Library Technology Planning for Today and Tomorrow
Creating and implementing a technology plan can help you open the door to the modern era. Sound planning can lead to increased funding for technology in your library. Most importantly, a solid technology plan can help you create an environment that truly meets the needs of the community your library serves.
Presenter: Diana Silveira
Psychology: How psychology can help people to follow the rules voluntarily
Back to the Basics: An Interactive Series – Session 2 of 3
Help Ryan to redesigning the Core Training! During this interactive session a psychology section of the current Core Training will be discussed.
Presenter: Ryan Dowd
Serving Your Library’s LGBTQ+ Community
As library workers and librarians, we all serve LGBTQ+ patrons and communities, whether we are aware of this or not. LGBTQ+ patrons have unique and specific information needs and experience significant barriers to accessing library resources. During this interactive webinar, we’ll learn from and with each other, as we all have specific skillsets we can share, as well as opportunities for personal and professional growth, to work towards creating more inclusive libraries, meeting our LGBTQ patrons’ information needs, and eliminating barriers to resources.
Presenter: Karina Hagelin
SEFLIN (Southeast Florida Library Information Network), Inc. is one of the nation’s largest multi-type library cooperatives (MLC). SEFLIN member libraries/library systems represent more than 300 public, academic, and school libraries serving a culturally rich and diverse population of more than 6 million Floridians.
SEFLIN was established in 1984, beginning as a demonstration project funded by the State’s Division of Library & Information Services with a federal LSTA grant. Today, SEFLIN is known locally, regionally, and nationally as a leader in collaboratively planning and providing: (1) a comprehensive continuing education program for library staff, (2) the joint use of technology to expand library services, (3) enhanced resource sharing opportunities between member libraries/library system, and (4) social services support.
- Social Media Strategies to Use During Covid-19 Closures and Beyond
- A crash course on COVID-19 Information Resources
- Crisis Communications for Libraries
- How Do We SERVE Our Customers?
- Together in Isolation: Virtual Programming for Children and Teens
- Actually, Really, Effective Staff Meetings
- Accessible Services for All
- CloudLinking: growing your digital collection one library at a time
- Ditch Those Hacks! Productivity Methods That Work
- Only in the Big City, Eh?
- Big Impact Events at your Library
- Moving Digital Learning Tools from Flashy to Facilitative
- Publish Don’t Perish. TIps for Evaluating Journals
- Ready, Set, GO! Building Your Learning Organization
- A Dance With the Unknown. Gamification of the Staff Digital Literacy Training
- Ageless Tech
- Being a Fearless Cataloguer in the 21st Century
- Screentime Together: Getting Apps Into Laps
- Rainbow Collections
- Understanding How Our Implicit Bias Impacts Customer Service
- Leadership: Financial Acumen
- Zen & The Art of Going Rogue
- Library Education Not Just for Libraries
- Inclusive Design: Transforming Libraries
- Don’t Panic: You CAN Find Health Statistics Part 1 – Univ Alberta Canada
- Don’t Panic: You CAN Find Health Statistics Part 2 – Univ Alberta Canada
- Engaging Teens With Social Media
- Beyond Serial: Podcasts in the Public Library
- Survey Success: 10 Essential Tips for Effective Survey Design
- Gamify Your Library: Incorporating Virtual Learning
- Barriers to Public Acceptance of Climate Science, Impacts, and Solutions
- Shields Up! Warding Off Negativity
- Creating Online Exhibits: New Ways to Reach Out, Advocate, & Publicize your Collections and Services
- Practical Skills for Adopting Copyright in the Digital Age
- Crisis Communications: Communicating with Consistency and Transparency Management