"Recently added as “bonus” databases in the latest EBSCO contract renewal, we will have access to the following resources through at least June 30, 2022, if not longer depending on the next renewal. Status and general information about our contracts are available on the BadgerLink website.
PLA webinars are a great opportunity to expand your presentation skills, grow your professional network, advance the public library field, and become more involved with PLA. Webinar proposals are reviewed by PLA staff and member volunteers on a biannual basis. Submit by November 30 to be considered for presentation in February or later.
If you have any questions or need assistance with the proposal form, please contact email@example.com.
The BRAVE Research Center, at the University of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry, is conducting a Family COVID Survey for families with school-aged children, and needs your help sharing this information with families in your community.
Study participation involves completing a set of online surveys. There is also an option for youth to complete surveys in addition to their caregivers. Upon completion of each survey, participants will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card. Please see below for the direct link to the survey as well as a link to the research center's website. Families can call 608-265-3610 with any questions.
Beanstack just announced "a major step in that direction with the launch of Beanstack’s new reading log import tool. This reading import tool grabs logs from Epic!, the eBook app that over 1 million educators and millions of families use."
Register for Beanstack Webinar Focusing on Non-summer Reading Challenges for all Ages
Plan a Fall for All using the endless templates and options available through Beanstack. In-person programming will not be in full swing anytime soon, so make the most of Beanstack’s online platform and mobile app. Library users of all ages can take part in reading challenges like Read Woke, Mindfulness, Financial Literacy, and Staff Recommendations, and more!
This webinar will offer a variety of non-summer ideas, with a special emphasis on connecting with adult readers. Join your Wisconsin library colleagues and Becky from Beanstack for a webinar with something for everyone.
Please check the NEWI list of free webinars to find online continuing education opportunities you can attend from where you are, whether in the library or working from home. Most sessions are 60 minutes long, and are provided – at no charge to you – by associations, agencies, companies, and library systems.