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Continuing Education for North Carolina Library Staff

NEW Infopeople course scholarships!

On Thursday, December 3rd the State Library announced a new scholarship program for free registration to selected online courses offered by Infopeople.  These courses were offered to NC library staff on a first come-first serve basis and the number of scholarship seats for each course was limited. Less than 24 hours later all available scholarships were claimed! This program is being offered on a pilot basis; we will evaluate the effectiveness of these courses and learning format to determine whether to offer this type of learning opportunity in the future.  Thanks to everyone for their interest in this program! 

Scholarships were offered for the following courses in this pilot program:

  • Teen Services Fundamentals
  • Library Grants 101
  • Using Technology to Connect with Your Community
  • Managing Digital Overload
  • Techniques for Improving Customer Service to Those with Mental Illness
  • The Effective Library Spokesperson


 

About The Train Station

The Train Station is your one-stop destination for continuing education information for library staff in North Carolina.  Whether you work in a public library or an academic library, are looking for a self-paced refresher class, NC LIVE webinar, or in-person workshops, the Train Station brings you the latest information on continuing education events and opportunities.

Like a real train station, things will come and go on this site - updated CE information will be added and we plan to include new features of interest to the NC library community.  An RSS feed is available so that you can learn about new information as it is added to this site.

We welcome your comments as we develop this site - your feedback will help us build a portal that meets your needs.  Please use the comment box on the lower left side of this page to give us your suggestions.


The site is brought to you by the Continuing Education Advisory Committee of the State Library of North Carolina and maintained by Library Development staff at SLNC.  Information posted here was accurate at the time of posting, but we can't guarantee that changes have not occurred.  For more information please contact Jeffrey Hamilton at the State Library of North Carolina.

 

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This State Library of North Carolina program is supported in part by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
under the provisions of the Federal Library Services and Technology Act.