From time to time significant weather or other events take place in our communities. Has your library ever been asked to take on a different role, in addition to its usual role, when such events have occurred? Also, have staff been asked to act in a different capacity? by Gerry Deyermond
Karen Horn of the Sturgis Library, Barstable, was awarded The Cape and Islands Library Association (CCILA) a Christine Rose Scholarship grant of $150.00 to pursue coursework for her Massachusetts Library Association (MLA) Paralibrarian Level 3 certificate.
THE NO-NONSENSE GUIDE TO TRAINING IN LIBRARIES - - - The people side of training / Use of technologies to support training practices / Different approaches to learning and teaching / Planning and designing training / Delivering training: face-to-face and blended learning / Evaluation of training events and continuous improvement / Learning and development in the workplace
It is important for people to be aware of how their actions online can effect their privacy (Phetteplace, 2013). Many patrons may not be aware of how to protect themselves in the digital age, when passwords are easily saved and the browser history may be logged, when a patron may not even know these things exist.