Spring Workshop Submission Form

2021 CLiC Virtual Spring Workshop - Call for Presenters

Thank you for your interest in presenting at the 2021 CLiC Virtual Spring Workshop. The deadline to submit a proposal is Monday, February 15 @ 11:55 pm. Questions? Please contact us at clichelp@clicweb.org. You can also take a look at our Proposal Packet, http://bit.ly/ProposalPacket2021 Thank you for your submission!
  • This person will be the primary contact for any communication from CLiC if there is more than one presenter.
  • Please include area code
  • For presentations with ONE co-presenter, please list their name, organization and email address below. For presentations with MORE THAN ONE co-presenter, please list "Panel" in the field below.
  • Maximum 60 Characters
  • Please describe what attendees will learn at your session. Descriptions will be used to advertise for presentations. Maximum 750 Characters.
  • You have the choice of using meeting or webinar format. If your session is selected, your CLiC Guide can talk with you about options available for chat, from chat with host only to chat open to everyone.
  • Please choose the topic(s) that best describe your presentation. Select all that apply.
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2021 Virtual Spring Workshop

CE in your comfy clothes – 2021 Virtual Spring Workshop

Call for Proposals NOW OPEN

Now, more than ever, this is a time for us to come together and share our struggles and successes. Some are unique and some are universal, but we won’t know until we combine our experiences!

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2021 Virtual Spring Workshop

CE in your comfy clothes – 2021 Virtual Spring Workshop

Call for Proposals NOW OPEN

Now, more than ever, this is a time for us to come together and share our struggles and successes. Some are unique and some are universal, but we won’t know until we combine our experiences!

[Read more…]

Returning to Service: Libraries and COVID-19

With various counties and states operating under a range of public health orders, many directors and managers continue to adapt, seeking a return to “normal” in the wake of various waves of COVID-19. CLiC’s guides try to answer a variety of questions:

“As we start to re-open our buildings, how can we do this safely?”

“What’s the potential for material (returned by patrons, or transported by the statewide courier) to be ‘infected’ with COVID-19?”

“What HR considerations are involved with a return to service?”

Guide 1: “Libraries Returning to Service and COVID-19” – V2.0 Dec 1, 2020. First published Apr 5, this updated short guide features four sections:

  • Protect Your Employees and Volunteers
  • Deep Clean Your Library
  • Handle Materials Safely
  • Variables Out of Your Control

Guide 2: “Human Resources Q&A: Libraries and COVID-19” – V1.0 Apr 29, 2020. This 5-page guide features a handful of Q&A-style sections involving the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and other nuanced HR considerations.

We’ll update these guides sporadically as new information emerges.

Access Video on Demand

Looking to add streaming video to your library’s offerings?

CLiC has a Discount!

  • Sit down and view the full series of HBO®’s Chernobyl
  • Get up and learn Bruce Lee’s Fighting Method: Basic Training & Self Defense Techniques
  • Get serious and study Career Tips: Tips for a Successful Phone Interview.

CLiC has a great discount with Infobase. Check out its Master Public Library Video Collection which contains thousands of hours of video from Oscar®, Emmy®, and Peabody award-winning documentaries. Take a look at how-to programs that make life easier and richer, top-quality performances spanning the arts, biographies of history makers (past and present), a variety of TV shows and movies, and more.

Did we also mention it includes content from HBO® Documentary Films, A&E, BBC Learning, PBS, National Geographic, ABC News, NBC News, CNBC, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Bill Moyers, Rick Steves, Globe Trekker, Julia Child, Open University, Annenberg Learner, TED, Films for the Humanities & Sciences, and many more.

Want to learn more? Contact Kira Zimmerman