Other Continuing Ed Resources
Webjunction: Has several free webinars every month about a variety of topics–there is something for everyone. Look also for their archived webinars.
Infopeople.org: A federally funded library training project out of California, Infopeople has hundreds of extremely relevant webinars, and many archived webinars with big-name presenters.
Statewide Providers of CE:
Cooperative Children’s Book Center provides distance learning, webinars, live workshops around the state
The iSchool at UW-Madison has some online CE offerings, conferences, and other options, also the 4 core courses required for certification
Wisconsin Library Association–Conferences and some other opportunities
Chippewa Valley Technical College has an Associate’s Degree in Library and Information Services.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Studies has a Master’s Degree, as well as Undergraduate Degrees in Information Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison iSchool has a Master’s Degree program
Other Wisconsin Library Systems:
Northeast Wisconsin CE Partnership: A collection of systems in the northeastern part of the state–look here for webinars, webinar recordings, and workshop opportunities
South Central Library System: In Madison, has webinars frequently, and some great workshops if you don’t mind a drive. Archives and handouts here.
Southeast Wisconsin CE Partnership: A collection of systems in the southeastern part of the state–look here for webinars, webinar recordings, and workshop opportunities
Wisconsin Valley Library Service: Based in Wausau, it is a neighboring system and has a robust offering of webinars! Also some short recordings with training tidbits: WVLS Digital Bytes.
Winding Rivers Library System: Based in LaCrosse, it is a neighboring system