New Products in SEFLIN's Training Catalog
- An Introduction to Feminist Librarianship
This session will serve as an introduction to feminism(s) and will provide examples of how feminism(s) can be enacted in the library profession (public, academic, and special). We will cover multiple aspects of librarianship such as cataloguing, reference services, and information literacy.
- Dungeons and Dragons – Programming for Teens
Dungeons & Dragons is a tabletop role-playing game created in the early 1970’s that has been experiencing a resurgence in popular culture in the past few years in both televised media and streaming media. From professional actors playing online for paid subscribers to teachers applying gamification principles in their classrooms to educate students to groups of individuals living with autism spectrum disorder learning socialization and collaboration skills by participating, the practical applications are literally only as limited as we seek to limit them.
- Googling for Good Evidence: Creating an online provincial education series for health professionals
This session will serve as an introduction to feminism(s) and will provide examples of how feminism(s) can be enacted in the library profession (public, academic, and special). We will cover multiple aspects of librarianship such as cataloging, reference services, and information literacy.
- Evaluating Your Website for Accessibility Compliance and WCAG 2.1
Websites need to be accessible so that anyone can use them including users who use assistive technology and even common technologies simply in ways we may not predict. Join us to learn about Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) including what’s new in version 2.1 and how to get an accessibility audit done using free resources and tools to evaluate your website.
- Mastering the Information Environment: Information Behavior in Library Workplaces
As the information horizon expands, the ways in which people store, index, search, access, curate, preserve, and use information diversifies. To capture these activities, “information behaviour” engages in a wide range of research in order to understand the human relationship to information.
- Maps, Atlases, and Geographic Literacy
This session spans the topics of collections, tech tools, and digital literacy through a geographic lens. Librarians have been meeting geographic information needs for as long as there have been libraries. Like all areas of librarianship, the methods used to meet this needs have evolved over time, especially since the onset of the digital age.
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.
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