Don’t miss out—you’re running out of time to save big on early-bird registration! We’re a few short weeks away from the LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future, which will explore the theme: Open for Business: Rethinking Relevance and Reality. Why register early? Because our early-bird registration comes with a special price: $135 … More Don’t Miss Out…Early-Bird Rates End Soon!
Archives Month was established to focus attention on America’s history and the organizations that work to maintain that history. Since the late 1980’s more and more states across the United States are celebrating Archives Month. Every community on Long Island and every community and county in New York State is a part of America’s history. … More How Are You Celebrating Archives Month? Share Your Events with Us!
LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future Open for Business: Rethinking Relevance and Reality October 20 & 21, 2016 Carlyle on the Green, Bethpage State Park We’ve already given you a sneak peek to Dr. Bill Brennan, our Thursday evening speaker, who will be presenting 3 Trends That Define the Future of Education: Innovation Labs, … More LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future Sneak Peek at Friday Speakers
LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future Open for Business: Rethinking Relevance and Reality October 21 & 22, 2016 Carlyle on the Green, Bethpage State Park As most of you already know, LILRC’s Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future is packed with inspirational speakers and noted library leaders. This year’s conference, which is … More LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future Sneak Peek: Dr. Bill Brennan
Join LILRC for this free Summer Vendor Demo featuring the T-Mobile’s ZTE Falcon portable hotspot devices. In this session, lead by Mark Schenk from T-Mobile Government and Education Office, will discuss the mobile hotspot lending program and other new initiatives for education. A library mobile hotspot lending program can help bridge the digital divide by offering patrons … More Free Summer Vendor Demo: Mobile WiFi for Library Lending
Believe it or not, the LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future will be here in less than three months! This year’s Conference, scheduled for October 20-21, 2016, marks the 25th anniversary of this important educational event. We hope that you will join us as we celebrate this milestone, and take advantage of … More Early Bird Registration is Now Open for the LILRC 25th Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future #LILRC16
Professional development is a major benefit that LILRC provides to all our members, but we know that attending in-person sessions doesn’t always work with your increasingly busy schedule. Here’s a quick look at some on-demand options that you can check out yourself: Atomic Training (Subscription Form) LILRC continues to offer an annual subscription to online … More Looking for More Continuing Education Options? Check Out LILRC’s Online Course Offerings
On Tuesday, June 21, 2016, over 100 participants gathered for this year’s LILRC Annual Membership Meeting, which took place at the Farmingdale Public Library. The morning kicked-off with the LILRC business meeting, which was followed by the Keynote Speaker, David Vinjamuri, President and Founder of ThirdWay Brand Trainers, who presented, Social Media for Library Marketing … More Continuing Education #TBT: 2016 LILRC Annual Membership Meeting
Time is running out to register for the 2016 Annual Membership Meeting! Last year we held our Annual Membership Meeting in June for the first time and it was a huge success! So this year, we’re going back to Farmingdale Public Library in June to host this year’s event. Our business meeting will be followed … More Join Us for the 2016 LILRC Annual Membership Meeting
Shout out to the Library Freedom Project & NYCLU for the terrific training session on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at the Farmingdale Public Library! If you missed this event, take a peak at the resources shared here and also be sure to check out the Library Journal article: “Library Freedom Project, NYCLU Discuss Privacy and … More Recap & Resources from Privacy Toolkit for Librarians Workshop