The latest edition of Straight Talk is now available. Inside you’ll find information about systems reorganization, state laws for libraries, and a review of some sessions from the ALA annual conference.
Registration is now open for the 2014 Annual Meeting. This year’s meeting will be slightly different from previous meetings as it is not being held in conjunction with the system ESUs. The format will be the same, but there will be 2 breakout sessions instead of 4 like last year.
Registration must be received by 5pm on September 17.
The 2013-14 NELS annual report is now available.
The latest edition of Straight Talk is now available. Inside you’ll find information about Systems reconfiguration, an update about Pilger’s library, and more.
As you have probably heard, Pilger was hit by a powerful tornado last night. Current estimates are that 50-75% of the town was heavily damaged or destroyed. It likely that the middle school that the middle school is beyond repair. The public library is standing, but the roof has significant damage.
A set of photos can be seen here. The library is in photos 11 and 12.
The latest edition of Straight Talk is now available. Inside you’ll find information about weeding, the Chautauqua Festival, the Norfolk Literature Festival, and more!
Registration is now open for the rescheduled winter workshop.The workshop will be on April 28 at the Lifelong Learning Center in Norfolk from 9:30-3:00.
The lunchtime speaker will be announced at a later date.
If you had registered for the original date and would like to attend in April, please re-register using the form below. If you had paid for the original date and will not be attending in April, we will give you a refund.
Register here. Registrations are due by April 18, 2014.
On April 30th, there will be a NCompass Live webinar on “Smart Investing: Reference Strategies and Resources”. The resources the webinar will discuss are available to all Nebraska librarians who would like to improve their reference strategies and knowledge of financial literacy concepts and resources. These resources are being made available as part of the Nebraska Library Commission and Northeast Library System’s “Smart Investing @ your library® Builds Nebraska Communities” project.
The attached flyer contains more information about the resources that will be available and the Smart Investing project.
NELS is excited to be part of this project and looks forward to working with the participating libraries.
Registration for the webinar can be found here.
There will be a Target meeting on April 2. We will be meeting from 1-4pm at the David City public library. Our main topic of discussion will be disaster planning. We will also discuss a couple of smaller topics as our time allows.
You can register by filling out the form here or by calling the office at 402-564-1586.