Individual Programs: Anything but Passive


Individual programs have been called many things (self-led, passive, proactive, and more), but one thing remains the same – these are a great way for any library to encourage interaction from people who may not normally attend programs while using less library resources and staff time.

Digital Citizenship & Cyberbullying



Info2Go offers monthly webinars on current hot topics. The focus will be on providing a platform for you to share your knowledge as well as get your questions answered. Join guest experts to explore new library trends and services.


Register HERE!

How to Enroll in Project Outcome


Learn how to participate in Project Outcome, PLA’s latest field driven initiative, designed to help libraries measure outcomes using patron-facing surveys. Attend this webinar to learn what tools and resources are available to libraries interested in participating in Project Outcome. See web demos and sample worksheets that will help you test, measure and understand the true impact you have on your communities.

Libraries That Lend “Things”


Join Infopeople to learn more about libraries that lend “things” in addition to traditional library resources.

STEMing up your Library's Digital Collection


Science, Technology, Engineering and Math...Oh My! Working at an elementary STEM campus is already out of this world - add an iPad for every student to that equation and you've got one STEMtastic outcome.

Cool Ideas to Promote Independent Reading


Don’t reinvent the wheel! Resourceful librarians promote reading every day. This webinar will highlight fruitful partnerships, engaging programming, and creative strategies to get kids reading.

This webinar will benefit K-12 school librarians, classroom teachers, curriculum leaders, administrators, and public librarians.

Fresh Titles for Book Clubs


Do you struggle to find titles that your book clubs will devour and jumpstart lively discussions?

MAY PICK! Beyond Book Groups: Fun Library Programs for Adult Readers


This webinar will inspire you with new book-related programming ideas to engage adult readers in your community.

Think outside the book group!

Pop-Up Storytimes


Are you looking for:

  • Quick and easy outreach opportunities?
  • Ways to expand your storytime portfolio?
  • Ideas to increase strategic partnerships with businesses, corporations, and non-profits?


TL News Night


This is a LIVE show presented in news show format featuring a Wrap up of “This Month in School Libraries” and deeper discussion of topical school library issues with special guest experts. Did we mention it was LIVE?

APRIL PICK! STEAM & the Maker Mentality for School-age Youth


Are you looking for ways to engage school-age children in hands-on learning experiences at your library? Curious about injecting the maker mentality into your current programs and services?

Makerspaces: Curating, Creating, Collaboration



A Makerspace is a place for curation, design, collaboration, creation, and evaluation. In education, Makerspaces need to have clear goals, ties to the curriculum, student led events, and a place for students to take initiative.

Makerspaces @ Your Library


Join us on Monday, April 6th when Shannon McClintock Miller and Diana Maliszewski talk about Makerspaces within libraries and beyond.

STEM-sational Learning: What to Look for in Early Childhood Programming


If you’re a children’s or youth services librarian or early childhood professional this webinar is for you!

In this Hatch Early Learning-sponsored webinar, Susan Gunnewig, Vice President of Product Development, draws from her extensive background in early childhood education to give you insights on the importance of STEM curriculum for our youngest learners.

TL News Night


TL News Night is a LIVE show presented in news show format featuring a Wrap up of “This Month in School Libraries”
and deeper discussion of topical school library issues with special guest experts from state library associations.


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