Category Archives: Bureau of Library Development

2015 Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) – Florida Library Youth Program (FLYP)

The Division of Library and Information Services is presenting its annual CSLP/FLYP workshops for  the 2015 Summer Library Program. Youth services staff and media specialists are invited to join Youth Services Consultant Jana Fine and company for this free, day-long workshop. The morning … Continue reading

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Online Meetings for Public Library Directors

The Division of Library and Information Services is hosting online meetings to give public library directors the opportunity to discuss library development issues with peers and any director can attend. Register 8/21/14 dls

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The State Library of Florida: Discover Your State library

The State Library has been building our Florida history collection for over 150 years and many of our items are one of a kind making this one of the most unique and comprehensive collections about Florida and Floridians in existence. … Continue reading

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Update of the 2014 Annual Statistical Report Form for Florida’s Public Libraries

Please join us for the 2014 Annual Statistical Report Form for Florida’s Public Libraries Update at which time we will talk about the changes for this year, including discussion regarding counting wireless sessions. We will also talk about some of … Continue reading

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What Some of America’s Fortune 100 Companies and Libraries may have in Common

This webinar provides an opportunity for participants to learn about the principles of servant leadership and how servant leadership is a viable leadership style for the development of award winning libraries… just like America’s Fortune 100 companies! Register 8/21/19 dls

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Questions and Answers on the Completing the Online State Aid to Libraries Grant Application

The 2014-15 State Aid to Libraries Grant applications must be submitted online using the Florida Libraries and Grants System (fllibraries.org) by October 1, 2014. Marian Deeney, Grants Program Manager for the Division of Library and Information Services, will be available … Continue reading

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Chat with Jana: End of summer stats webinar

As the summer is drawing to an end, this webinar will freshen the information given in April, 2014 on how to fill out the new summer stats survey. Guest speaker Katrice Stewart, State Data Coordinator, will guide you through the … Continue reading

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Including Patrons with Autism in Your Library Programs

Autism is the fastest growing disability in the United States and Florida is on the cutting edge in serving patrons on the autism spectrum. In this webinar Anne Leon, Executive Director of Public Library Services, Alvin Sherman Library at Nova … Continue reading

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Online Meetings for Public Library Directors

The Division of Library and Information Services is hosting online meetings to give public library directors the opportunity to discuss library development issues with peers and any director can attend. Register 7/7/14 dls

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Division of Library and Information Services Update

Judith A. Ring will provide an update on the activities of the Division of Library and Information Services, including the status of statewide projects and an overview of activities, issues, and programs that impact the Florida library community. Join colleagues … Continue reading

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