Welcome to WebJunction Florida!
As a staff member of a Florida library, you have many available training options. Last year, the Division of Library and Information Services made 259 webinars available to 7,714 people. Our recordings of live events were viewed over 3,298 times. Additionally, 255 people enrolled in 780 asynchronous online courses, and 49 face to face learning opportunities were presented to 1,398 Florida library staff.
Need assistance? Contact Melissa Hooke, or call: 850.245.6632.
WebJunction Florida is brought to you by a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.
Our new subscription to Tech-talk.com offers the following features:
- Tech-BYTES: weekly email on software productivity (i.e., Microsoft Office, Adobe or various browsers).
- Tech-TOPIA: Access database articles with breakthrough ideas for working more efficiently.
- Tech-QUESTION: Ask how-to questions on any topic Tech-Talk.com covers.
Please contact your regional multitype library cooperative (MLC) to subscribe to this service. If your library is not a member of a MLC, please contact Amy Johnson or call: 850.245.6622.
29 March 2018
This webinar explores how and why intergenerational relationships are important and develops skills to foster intergenerational communication in libraries.
17 April 2018
A webinar presenting the results of a new study investigating voter perceptions and support for public libraries, with comparisons to similar research conducted 10 years ago.
24 April 2018
Part one of a three-part series on evaluating and sharing your library's impact, beginning with planning the evaluation and taking inventory of known and needed assessment data.
24 May 2018
In this webinar, presented in collaboration with the Association for Rural & Small Libraries, find out how to cultivate a culture of learning with your library trustees.
14 August 2018
Part two of a three-part series on evaluating and sharing your library's impact, focused on exploring tools and methods for collecting and analyzing the data.
03 October 2018
Part three of a three-part series on evaluating and sharing your library's impact, focused on presenting data to make the case for how your library plays a critical role in your community.