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Weekly Digest: Explore MORE and website manager information needed, $5,000 up for grabs, program resources, LearningExpress updates, new on the website, IFLS calendar items
Library News: IFLS libraries win accessibility grants for small and rural libraries FIVE libraries from IFLS won this award: Balsam Lake, Stanley, Hammond, Rusk County and Osceola. Well done! As part of the grant participants will host a conversation with the...
Weekly Digest: grant available, new on the website, news from libraries, Libby and photo tips, Explore MORE weekly update, coming IFLS events
$$ grant opportunity: applications due June 2 Apply now to receive up to $6,000 to conduct digital literacy training in your community. With support from AT&T, the Public Library Association (PLA) is pleased to offer incentives for public libraries to teach...
Weekly Digest: a short one (calendar & Explore MORE updates)
Not much to share this week! Send your news, announcements and other info by end of the day on Wednesdays to be included in Weekly Digest. Coming up on the IFLS calendar Build Skills & Take Action to Stand Up for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Wed May 17th...
Weekly Digest: New directors, shared by librarians, calendar and Explore MORE Passport update
New Directors Welcome to new library directors: Denise Korenuk (Cornell Public Library), Nick Andrews, (Elmwood Public Library), Kallie Anderson (Boyceville Public Library). ed. note: Weekly Digest tries to catch all the new directors. If WD missed your staffing...
Weekly Digest: Thank you! and a flurry of opportunities, events on the calendar
We appreciate you! Thanks to every single one of you. This year’s ALA tagline was spot on: our libraries work because you do. You’re an inspiring group of people to work with. It’s an honor. Delivery Survey Week, May 1-5 Questions? Submit a HelpDesk ticket or contact...
Weekly Digest: present at WLA conference, librarians represent, new and recommended
Submit Your Proposal for the Wisconsin Library Association (WLA) Annual Conference! Deadline: May 12, 2023 IFLS Libraries do some awesome stuff. You’re encouraged to share your insights and ideas at this conference! If you need a little support there are a number of...
Weekly Digest: partnership opportunity, Passport Program update, coming up at IFLS
Partnership Opportunity with books and stipend, apply by May 10 ALA invites library workers to apply for “Imagining Tomorrow: Building Inclusive Futures.” This brand-new series in ALA’s Great Stories Club will feature science fiction books that explore questions of...
Weekly Digest: privacy, Beanstack news, advocacy, Passport update, coming up
Privacy: is your library up to speed? Wisconsin public library workers have access to a tutorial covering the basics of privacy and public libraries, with specific attention to Wisconsin laws. All the details are on the IFLS Continuing Education page and is now added...
Weekly Digest: a grant, WAPL conference, Explore MORE, coming up
Grant Alert Deadlines: Quarterly; the last day of each quarter T-Mobile Hometown Grants is a $25 million, five-year initiative to support the people and organizations who help small towns across America thrive and grow. Hometown Grants are given every quarter to up to...
Weekly Digest: Book Challenges Hindsight, Grant alert, WAPL Conference registration open, some important dates and more
WiLSWorld Shorts - Book Challenge Hindsight: What You Wish You’d Known On Friday, March 24th at 1:00 pm CT, WiLS is hosting a WILSWorld Shorts with a panel of people involved with K12 and public libraries who have valuable experience and advice to share on...
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