Wisconsin Webinar Archives Added to Catalog

Jennifer Peterson /

We are excited to announce that we've recently added six new webinar archives to the catalog, thanks to the Nicolet Federated Library System (NFLS), which serves 42 public libraries in 8 counties and is based in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Jamie Matczak leads continuing education at NFLS, hosting webinars and online conferences, including the recent Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference, in collaboration with fourteen other sponsoring Wisconsin libraries.

Certificates of completion are made available to all learners, after completing any course or webinar enrolled in from the catalog. We continue to add resources, but the catalog currently houses 25 self-paced courses and 121 webinar archives produced by WebJunction or by one of our content collaborators at Infopeople, TechSoup, ALCTS, the Montana State Library and now, NFLS.

Visit learn.webjunction.org to browse these NFLS webinar archives:

Customer Service

  • Look First: Creating Exceptional Patron Experiences

Library Management

  • Assessing Library Facility Needs in the 21st Century
  • Branding Your Organizational Culture

Marketing & Messaging

  • Get Out to Get Them In: Marketing Outside the Library


  • Tablet-Slinging Librarians: Using Tablets to Improve Customer Service
  • What You Need to Know About Library Technology

Jamie also created a course with Amy Calhoun as part of the Strengthening CE Content for Libraries grant, funded by IMLS. Building a Positive Social Media Presence is made available to all library staff learners through the WebJunction Catalog.

Thank you to Jamie Matczak and Wisconsin libraries for expanding access to their webinar archives through learn.webjunction.org, and to all collaborators and supporters of a nationally coordinated approach to continuing education for library staff.