Upcoming Workshops and Webinars


Continuing Education at NEO-RLS:  Maximizing library potential together


Below are our upcoming CE opportunities, in-person and online.   Check back regularly to stay informed of newly posted workshops and webinars.

At NEO-RLS, we're constantly working with member libraries and partner organizations to develop and deliver the local, collaborative and member-based continuing education opportunities you want.

Outside our 22 county region, libraries that belong to their regional (NORWELD, SERLS, SWON) may register for CE opportunities as a NEO-RLS Bronze member.

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December
06

Academic Library Director's Network Meeting

The Northeast Ohio Regional Library System hosts a networking group for the Acad... Read More

December
10

To Tag, or Not to Tag? Implementing RFID at Your Library

RFID promises to revolutionize circulation at your library, from checkout and re... Read More

December
11

Teen Programming: A Mover & Shaker's Recipe for Impact and Success

Courtney Saldana is the Assistant Director of the Ontario City Library.  Sh... Read More

December
12

Adult Programming Palooza: Summer Reading & More!

Looking to meet people who do what you do? Ready for a new networking experience... Read More

December
13

Salary Survey Discussion: Fiscal Officers and Human Resources Network Meeting

Discussion of the NEO-RLS Salary Survey will be conducted at this meeting. ... Read More

December
17

New-to-Libraries Network presents Library Residencies as told by Resident Librarians

New-to-Libraries Network presents a webinar about Library Resident Programs as t... Read More

January
07

Using EBSCOhost and Explora to Search EBSCO Databases

OPLIN provides access to a number of full text databases from EBSCO. These range... Read More

January
08

Changing the Library World, One Subject Heading at a Time: Collaborating with the Cataloging Lab

Offensive terminology and biased classification structures can negatively impact... Read More

January
09

Children's Summer Reading Program: Imagine Your Story

"Imagine Your Story” is the theme for this year’s summer readin... Read More

January
14

What the Heck Happened? 2019 Employment Law Update: Part I

Join Scott Warrick as he reviews the most recent and most important employment l... Read More

January
15

Copyright Basics for Librarians

Confused by copyright? You are not alone! U.S. copyright law permeates almost ev... Read More

January
16

Run Your Friends Like a Firehouse

Recruitment and retention of library volunteers is an ongoing issue. Looking to ... Read More

January
22

Book Club Reboot: Creative Twists on the Reading Groups We Know and Love

Is your book club feeling stale? Are you struggling to keep readers engaged? In ... Read More

January
29

Learning does not end in the classroom: Workbooks for self-directed learning about equity, diversity and inclusion

While classroom training has an important place in library staff education, lear... Read More

January
30

Onboarding Essentials: From Interview to Integration

Effective onboarding is related to many important outcomes for an organization i... Read More

January
30

Construction and Facilities Network Meeting

Please join your colleagues for a round table discussion about the latest i... Read More

February
04

2020 Census and Libraries: Key Details and Strategies

The Census is an important measure of the U.S. population that impacts every seg... Read More

February
05

What the Heck Happened? 2019 Employment Law Update: Part II

Join Scott Warrick as he reviews the most recent and most important employment l... Read More

February
19

Gadgets and Gizmos: Exploring Technology for Youth

Want to engage children with the latest technology but don’t know where to... Read More

February
20

Why SMART Goals

Goals provide us with a sense of direction and motivate us to complete the task ... Read More