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Continuing Ed

NCKL offers member libraries and their staff assistance in taking advantage of training, education and development opportunities through a modest grant program. Grants are available for use by librarians and trustees wishing to attend state professional conferences and courses offered by other agencies. Other events may qualify for grant assistance.

Criteria for the Continuing Education Grant.

 


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Directors’ Meetings

What are Directors’ Meetings? Directors of NCKL libraries meet quarterly to discuss current library issues, share what’s going on in their library, and learn from their peers. Librarians from every NCKL library, large and small, are encouraged to attend and establish professional relationships with their counterparts. Agendas are solicited via email and complied for the …

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Grant

NCKLS System Grants The following grants with more information about them are available for NCKL libraries: Extended Service Interlibrary Loan Postage Reimbursement Continuing Education Technology Grant pages: —————– EXTENDED SERVICE GRANT Apply now for the 2014 Extended Service Grant 2014 EXTENDED SERVICE GRANTS Extended Service Grants (ESG) are distributed to legally established public libraries in …

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Handouts from Events

Book Fair 2017 WebJunction

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On line attendance form

Online Attendance Form

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Providing Library Services to Diverse Patrons

These resources are provided in conjunction with the Directors’ Meeting of June 9th, 2016 on best practices of serving diverse citizens at the public library. Teen Resources Hark! A Noise!: A Guide for Dealing with Disruptive Teens in Your Library Reading While White: Allies for Racial Diversity & Inclusion in Books for Children & Teens …

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