2018 Fall Membership Meeting
Directors and staff of all SEFLIN member libraries and systems are invited to participate in SEFLIN’s Fall Meeting of the Membership Council. Join South Florida library colleagues for conversation, and a distinguished speaker. The Membership Meeting will include the election of SEFLIN Board Members and Officers.
The meeting will take place on November 16, 2018 at the Nova Southeastern University, Alvin Sherman Library, 2nd Floor Gallery in Fort Lauderdale.
Join South Florida library colleagues for delicious breakfast, conversation, and distinguished speaker, Gene Ambaum. Gene Ambaum writes two comics about libraries, Unshelved and his new project, the Library Comic
FLYP Workshops in our area – register today
The Division of Library and Information Services invites youth services staff to register for the 2019 Florida Library Youth Program (FLYP)
Youth Summer Workshop.
The theme for this year is space and is entitled “A Universe of Stories.” Participants will explore programming elements, brainstorm new ideas and network with other library staff. Since these are all-day workshops, dress casually and plan to participate in activities.
- November 12, 2018: Hagen Ranch Road Branch Library
- November 19, 2018: South Regional/Broward College Library
- December 3, 2018: North Regional/Broward College Library
- January 14, 2019: West Dade Regional Library
- January 22, 2019: Northeast Dade/Aventura Branch Library
- December 3, 2018: South Regional Broward College Library
New Products in SEFLIN's Training Catalog
Supervisor Series: Emotional Intelligence Refresher
Emotional Intelligence – maybe you’ve heard the term, but what in the world does it mean? The short answer is simply being intelligent about emotions – yours and others’. The longer – and much more interesting – answer will fascinate you.
Voice Computing with Alexa and Google Home. Implications for Libraries
These voice-controlled products enable better access for people in a variety of situations, such as people with vision problems, mobility problems, and situations where hands-free computing is useful. Public, school, and academic libraries are experimenting with voice computing technologies by offering smart speakers for loan, creating “Alexa skills” about library programs, hosting workshops about smart speakers, and more.
Florida National University Library is facilitating Citizenship Classes free of charge to the public, every Wednesday at 6 pm.
FNU Library, 2nd Floor. Dr. Jose Regueiro Building
4425 W Jose Regueiro 20th Ave. Hialeah FL 33012
Special collection of streaming videos about workplace dynamics. Short, effective, and on target, these videos propose ways to deal with disrespect, bullying, and harassment.