The Bulleted Library Technician

May 12, 2008

Professional Development / Continuing Education web sites

Filed under: continuing education, professional development — Tags: , , — Michelle Hawkins-Thiel @ 10:06 pm

A list of resources for librarians of any persuasion (school, public, academic, special, etc.) In no particular order.

Newbies, start your journey here:

More resources:

 

EDIT 6/17/2008:

Here’s one more resource, from my alma mater!

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  1. Hi Michelle,

    Would you please add the University of North Texas Lifelong Education @ Desktop (LE@D) to your list of online continuing education resources. LE@D offers more than 40 online courses, primarily for librarians, at a cost of $20 or less. Many states and systems pay for the courses for their members.

    An added bonus is the Staff Development Solutions Toolkit which includes a Planner that tracks continuing education courses (online or face-to-face) for anyone who registers – at no cost – and they don’t even have to take a LE@D course to use it.

    Please visit http://www.leadonline.info We have more than 20,000 users from around the world.

    Thank you.

    Dr. Arlita Harris

    Comment by Arlita Harris — May 24, 2008 @ 6:30 am

  2. Thank you for the links!

    – Segan

    Comment by segan123 — July 8, 2008 @ 9:36 am


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