conference, Training

The 2023 Southeast Collaborative Conference is coming soon

Apply to be a presenter by December 9 at 5pm ET

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE – MARCH 14-16, 2023

The 2023 Southeast Collaborative Online Conference is a collective effort by multiple state libraries in the southeast to offer innovative and valuable online learning experiences for library staff at all levels through a convenient online conference. The online conference is made possible in part by a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the State Library of North Carolina and the South Carolina State Library.

Interested in presenting? The planning committee accepts presenter submissions until December 9 at 5pm ET. Visit the conference website to submit your presentation application today!

Training

Library Learning and Collaboration

Register today for the FREE online SE Collaborative Conference – March 15-17, 2022

I am happy to announce I will be presenting a session titled, Library Signage: The good, the bad, and the ugly, at the third annual SECC online regional conference. My session helps library staff members think critically about their current and future library signage. In this session, I show many examples of library signage and attendees discuss what makes a good sign great and what to consider changing about library signage.

The 2022 Southeast Collaborative Online Conference is a collective effort by the Georgia Public Library Service, State Library of North Carolina, South Carolina State Library, Tennessee State Library & Archives, and the Library of Virginia to offer innovative and useful online learning experiences for library staff at all levels through a convenient online conference.

This year’s conference will utilize the Whova event app to provide more convenient access to sessions and resources for attendees. Webinar recordings and presentation slides for the 2020 and 2021 conferences are available on the About page.

Special thanks to IMLS! This conference is made possible in part by a Library Services and Technology Act grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the State Library of North Carolina and South Carolina State Library. #SEcollaborativeconference