SELCO/SELS is increasing its efforts to bring more continuing education opportunities to Southeast Minnesota. 

Previous Workshops Held:  FY2018  |  FY2019

 


Upcoming FY20 Workshops:

Beginning Book Repair

Presented by: Pam O’Hara, MLIS – Director of Learning Engagement, SELCO

Hands-on workshop designed for quick and easy library book repair techniques. Learn how and what to save, as well as common repairs. Tools, materials, and resources will be provided.

Please bring actual books from your collection that need these specific repairs:

  • Broken Spine
  • Loose/Broken Hinge
  • Torn Header
  • Loose Page
  • Ripped Page

Limited to 15 attendees | Register Here!

Cost: $15 Supply Fee

 

Register Here!

Thursday, Jan 30, 2020 – 9:30a – 12:30p

 

Mental Health First Aid

Presented by: Mark Wick

Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. This 8-hour training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to appropriate care.

Limited to 35 attendees | Register Here!

Cost: Free

 

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Wednesday, Feb 5, 2020 – 9:00a – All Day

 

Advanced Book Repair

Presented by: Pam O’Hara, MLIS – Director of Learning Engagement, SELCO

Hands-on Workshop will cover Book Triage, Paper Hinging with tissue, Pamphlet binding, Rebacking and Recasing. Beginning book binding or experience with book repair required.

Please bring actual books from your collection that need these specific repairs:

  • Pages Pulled Out
  • Stapled Book or Pamphlet
  • Spine Ripped or Missing
  • Text Block Separated From Cover

Limited to 8 attendees | Register Here

Cost: $10 Supply Fee

 

Register Here!

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 – 9:30a – 12:30p

 

Program Evaluation

Presented by: Leah Larson, Verena Getahun and Eric Billiet of
Minnesota Department of Education

Using Evaluation to Make Good Programs Great!

Do our programs make a difference for our community?
Are we doing what we set out to do?
Are we doing it well?

Get help answering these questions in a day-long, hands-on workshop. Learn how to use program evaluation to tell the story of how your library’s work improves your community. Come alone or as part of a team, and bring a program you want to improve, or the idea for a new program you want to start. We will coach you through every step, and you’ll leave with tools to keep improving programs at your library.

Limited to 35 attendees | Register Here!

Cost: Free

Register Here!

Friday, February 21, 2020 – 9:30a – 3:30p

 

Previous FY20 Workshops:

Beginning Book Repair

Presented by: Pam O’Hara, MLIS – Director of Learning Engagement, SELCO

Hands-on workshop designed for quick and easy library book repair techniques. Learn how and what to save, as well as common repairs. Tools, materials, and resources will be provided.

Please bring actual books from your collection that need these specific repairs:

  • Broken Spine
  • Loose/Broken Hinge
  • Torn Header
  • Loose Page
  • Ripped Page

Limited to 15 attendees | Registration closed

Cost: $15 Supply Fee

Registration closed

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 – 9:30a – 12:30p

Advanced Book Repair

Presented by: Pam O’Hara, MLIS – Director of Learning Engagement, SELCO

Hands-on Workshop will cover Book Triage, Paper Hinging with tissue, Pamphlet binding, Rebacking and Recasing. Beginning book binding or experience with book repair required.

Please bring actual books from your collection that need these specific repairs:

  • Pages Pulled Out
  • Stapled Book or Pamphlet
  • Spine Ripped or Missing
  • Text Block Separated From Cover

Limited to 8 attendees | Registration closed

Cost: $10 Supply Fee

 

Registration closed

Thursday, August 22, 2019 – 9:30a – 12:30p