Category Archives: Training

How to Rescue a Water-Damaged Book

The Syracuse University Libraries released this video in which they share a few of the tricks they use to repair library books that have been returned in less than pristine condition—including blotting with paper towels or air-drying to using a … Continue reading

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The Next 100 Big Things

I was unable to get into this session at the CAL/MPLA Conference because it was so popular but I signed up for a list of the results.  The group worked together to come up with a comprehensive list of the … Continue reading

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Leading Through Times of Change Workshop

Interested in Leadership topics?  Attend our workshop: Leading Through Times of Change Workshop

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Youth Services Retreat, August 19, 2016

Join us at Wilson Public Library, Cozad: relax, participate in sessions directed towards youth services, enjoy wonderful food, network, and share ideas.  The cost is $15/person, includes lunch.  Register at: http://goo.gl/forms/XFAJK5UpJ0H91ZIB2 9:30-10:00         Registration 10:00-11:15          Out of Box Programming Ideas for … Continue reading

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2016 Youth Services Retreats

You have three opportunities to attend a Youth Services Retreat this year! Youth Services Retreat

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NLA PLTS Spring Meetings

              Register here:  http://www.nebraskalibraries.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=790773

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Book Review Basics

Need to learn how do a good book review?  Check out this YouTube video from Reaching Across Illinois Library System. Book Review Basics: Using Reviews and Annotations for Readers Advisory

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School Librarians’ Day

The NSLA School Librarians’ Day flyer may be found here:  http://www.neschoollibrarians.org/nebraska-school-librarians-day.html  

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Laurie Halse Anderson

Penguin Publishing has created “An Educator’s Guide to Laurie Halse Anderson” for teachers and librarians to use with her books.  You can find it here:  http://www.penguin.com/static/images/yr/pdf/LessonPlans_LHA.pdf  

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How to set up a new Amazon Kindle

Many people will receive a Kindle for Christmas and I can tell you from experience that it does not come with a manual.  PC Magazine has written an article to help with that!  It may be found at: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2397613,00.asp  

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