Public Library Adult Program Planners Network Special Interest Group Meeting (SWON)

Register for this event here.
The Public Library Adult Program Planners Network is an interest group dedicated to encouraging and promoting adult programming in area libraries.Whether you’re new to programming – or, simply need some new ideas – we share information at each meeting about our most interesting and successful programs. We meet quarterly.

The event will be located at:
Boone County Public Library, Main Branch
1786 Burlington Pike
Burlington, Kentucky  41005

Reviewers of Young Adult Literature – Blue Ash [SWON]

Yearly dues $50 -100 (includes books): ROYAL is a group of school and public library staff serving teens who meet regularly to review and share information about new YA books, which are provided by publishers via SWON.
Located:SWON Library Consortium Meeting Room10250 Alliance RdNext to suite 135Blue Ash, Ohio  45242
You may register for this event here.

School and Public Library Staff who serve teens are welcome to join any of our ROYAL groups. Can’t attend any of our existing groupsContact us for more information on forming your own ROYAL group.

Competencies Covered By this Meeting Are:

Collections for Young AdultEstablishes and pursues strategies to stay informed about current and relevant resources to meet young adult’s evolving needsFacilitates young adults’ requests for information and provides accurate and appropriate answersConnects young adults and their families with resources that encourage reading

How it works:

Publishers send copies of their new titles to SWON, which are the distributed to our ROYAL groups.  These books are aimed at the target audience of YA readers, grades 7-12. At each meeting reviews of the last meeting’s books are shared orally. Members then get to choose books to read and review for the next meeting.

The number of books provided to you is based on the number of reviewers registered for the meeting on our website and the number of books received from the publishers. Reviews are shared with the publishers and are a requirement of participation.

Members get to keep the books that they review. Many of the reviewers add the books to their library’s collection, adding close to $1,000 worth of books to their shelves on a yearly basis. However, members are also welcome to keep the books for themselves, or distribute them in any way they choose.

 

Cost

$50 per year for employees of Supporting Member Institutions*
$100 per year for everyone else** * FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue** $50 per year for members in our Ohio service area with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue

If you are a publisher and would like to be included in our review process, please contact the SWON Libraries office at (513) 751-4422 or email us.

You may register for this event here.

Children’s Literature Evaluation Group (CLEAR) – North Miami Valley (SWON)

Click here to register for this event.

School and Public Library Staff who serve children are welcome to join any of our CLEAR groups. Can’t attend any of our existing groupsContact us for more information on forming your own CLEAR group.

This event located at:

Bradford Public Library
138 E Main St
Bradford, Ohio  45308

Who Should Attend:

Collection Development StaffYA LibrariansHigh School Media SpecialistsLibrary Staff who work with teens

Competencies Covered:

Collection Development and ManagementCollections for ChildrenBuilds a collection designed to meet the needs and interests of childrenEstablishes and pursues strategies to stay informed about current and relevant resources to meet children’s evolving needsFacilitates children’s requests for information and provides accurate and appropriate answersConnects children and their families with resources that encourage reading

How it works:

These books are aimed at the target audience of children birth through age 11. At each meeting reviews of the last meeting’s books are shared orally. Members then get to choose books to read and review for the next meeting.

The number of books provided to you is based on the number of reviewers registered for the meeting on our website and the number of books received from the publishers. Reviews are shared with the publishers and are a requirement of participation.

Members get to keep the books that they review. Many of the reviewers add the books to their library’s collection, adding close to $1,000 worth of books to their shelves on a yearly basis. However, members are also welcome to keep the books for themselves, or distribute them in any way they choose.

Cost

$50 per year for employees of Supporting Member Institutions*
$100 per year for everyone else** * FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue** $50 per year for members in our Ohio service area with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue

You may join at any time and your dues will cover one full year. To pay your dues click here.

If you are a publisher and would like to be included in our review process, please contact the SWON Libraries office at (513) 751-4422 or email us.

Click here to register for this event.

Reviewers of Young Adult Literature (ROYAL) – NKY (SWON)

Click here to register for this event.

School and Public Library Staff who serve teens are welcome to join any of our ROYAL groups. Can’t attend any of our existing groupsContact us for more information on forming your own ROYAL group.

The event will be held at:

Campbell County Public Library
Newport Branch
901 E 6th St
Newport, Kentucky  41071

Who Should Attend:

Collection Development StaffYA LibrariansHigh School Media SpecialistsLibrary Staff who work with teens

Competencies Covered:

Collection Development and ManagementCollections for Young AdultsBuilds a collection designed to meet the needs and interes of young adultsEstablishes and pursues strategies to stay informed about current and relevant resources to meet young adult’s evolving needsFacilitates young adults’ requests for information and provides accurate and appropriate answersConnects young adults and their families with resources that encourage reading

How it works:

Publishers send copies of their new titles to SWON, which are the distributed to our ROYAL groups.  These books are aimed at the target audience of YA readers, grades 7-12. At each meeting reviews of the last meeting’s books are shared orally. Members then get to choose books to read and review for the next meeting.

The number of books provided to you is based on the number of reviewers registered for the meeting on our website and the number of books received from the publishers. Reviews are shared with the publishers and are a requirement of participation.

Members get to keep the books that they review. Many of the reviewers add the books to their library’s collection, adding close to $1,000 worth of books to their shelves on a yearly basis. However, members are also welcome to keep the books for themselves, or distribute them in any way they choose.

 

Cost

$50 per year for employees of Supporting Member Institutions*
$100 per year for everyone else** * FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue** $50 per year for members in our Ohio service area with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue

If you are a publisher and would like to be included in our review process, please contact the SWON Libraries office at (513) 751-4422 or email us.

Click here to register for this event.

Sublending Agency Training [SLO]

This training is for Sublending Agencies of the Ohio Talking Book Program. The training will include updates about the program from the State Library of Ohio and the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled (OLBPD). Information will also be provided on the future plans of the National Library Service for the Talking Book Program. Lunch will be provided and parking at the State Library is free. Registration will begin at 9:45 A.M. The meeting will start at 10:00 A.M. 
Location: State Library of Ohio Boardroom 274 E. First Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43201 614-644-7061 
Please contact Tracy Grimm at tgrimm@library.ohio.gov or 1-800-686-1531 with any questions. 
 To register, click here

Children’s Literature Evaluation Group (CLEAR) – North Miami Valley (SWON)

Click here to register for this event.

School and Public Library Staff who serve children are welcome to join any of our CLEAR groups. Can’t attend any of our existing groupsContact us for more information on forming your own CLEAR group.

This event located at:

Bradford Public Library
138 E Main St
Bradford, Ohio  45308

Who Should Attend:

Collection Development StaffYA LibrariansHigh School Media SpecialistsLibrary Staff who work with teens

Competencies Covered:

Collection Development and ManagementCollections for ChildrenBuilds a collection designed to meet the needs and interests of childrenEstablishes and pursues strategies to stay informed about current and relevant resources to meet children’s evolving needsFacilitates children’s requests for information and provides accurate and appropriate answersConnects children and their families with resources that encourage reading

How it works:

These books are aimed at the target audience of children birth through age 11. At each meeting reviews of the last meeting’s books are shared orally. Members then get to choose books to read and review for the next meeting.

The number of books provided to you is based on the number of reviewers registered for the meeting on our website and the number of books received from the publishers. Reviews are shared with the publishers and are a requirement of participation.

Members get to keep the books that they review. Many of the reviewers add the books to their library’s collection, adding close to $1,000 worth of books to their shelves on a yearly basis. However, members are also welcome to keep the books for themselves, or distribute them in any way they choose.

Cost

$50 per year for employees of Supporting Member Institutions*
$100 per year for everyone else** * FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue** $50 per year for members in our Ohio service area with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue

You may join at any time and your dues will cover one full year. To pay your dues click here.

If you are a publisher and would like to be included in our review process, please contact the SWON Libraries office at (513) 751-4422 or email us.

Click here to register for this event.

Reviewers of Young Adult Literature – Blue Ash [SWON]

Yearly dues $50 -100 (includes books): ROYAL is a group of school and public library staff serving teens who meet regularly to review and share information about new YA books, which are provided by publishers via SWON.
Located:SWON Library Consortium Meeting Room10250 Alliance RdNext to suite 135Blue Ash, Ohio  45242
You may register for this event here.

School and Public Library Staff who serve teens are welcome to join any of our ROYAL groups. Can’t attend any of our existing groupsContact us for more information on forming your own ROYAL group.

Competencies Covered By this Meeting Are:

Collections for Young AdultEstablishes and pursues strategies to stay informed about current and relevant resources to meet young adult’s evolving needsFacilitates young adults’ requests for information and provides accurate and appropriate answersConnects young adults and their families with resources that encourage reading

How it works:

Publishers send copies of their new titles to SWON, which are the distributed to our ROYAL groups.  These books are aimed at the target audience of YA readers, grades 7-12. At each meeting reviews of the last meeting’s books are shared orally. Members then get to choose books to read and review for the next meeting.

The number of books provided to you is based on the number of reviewers registered for the meeting on our website and the number of books received from the publishers. Reviews are shared with the publishers and are a requirement of participation.

Members get to keep the books that they review. Many of the reviewers add the books to their library’s collection, adding close to $1,000 worth of books to their shelves on a yearly basis. However, members are also welcome to keep the books for themselves, or distribute them in any way they choose.

 

Cost

$50 per year for employees of Supporting Member Institutions*
$100 per year for everyone else** * FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue** $50 per year for members in our Ohio service area with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue

If you are a publisher and would like to be included in our review process, please contact the SWON Libraries office at (513) 751-4422 or email us.

You may register for this event here.

Reviewers of Young Adult Literature (ROYAL) – NKY (SWON)

Click here to register for this event.

School and Public Library Staff who serve teens are welcome to join any of our ROYAL groups. Can’t attend any of our existing groupsContact us for more information on forming your own ROYAL group.

The event will be held at:

Campbell County Public Library
Newport Branch
901 E 6th St
Newport, Kentucky  41071

Who Should Attend:

Collection Development StaffYA LibrariansHigh School Media SpecialistsLibrary Staff who work with teens

Competencies Covered:

Collection Development and ManagementCollections for Young AdultsBuilds a collection designed to meet the needs and interes of young adultsEstablishes and pursues strategies to stay informed about current and relevant resources to meet young adult’s evolving needsFacilitates young adults’ requests for information and provides accurate and appropriate answersConnects young adults and their families with resources that encourage reading

How it works:

Publishers send copies of their new titles to SWON, which are the distributed to our ROYAL groups.  These books are aimed at the target audience of YA readers, grades 7-12. At each meeting reviews of the last meeting’s books are shared orally. Members then get to choose books to read and review for the next meeting.

The number of books provided to you is based on the number of reviewers registered for the meeting on our website and the number of books received from the publishers. Reviews are shared with the publishers and are a requirement of participation.

Members get to keep the books that they review. Many of the reviewers add the books to their library’s collection, adding close to $1,000 worth of books to their shelves on a yearly basis. However, members are also welcome to keep the books for themselves, or distribute them in any way they choose.

 

Cost

$50 per year for employees of Supporting Member Institutions*
$100 per year for everyone else** * FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue** $50 per year for members in our Ohio service area with $400,000 or below in total operating revenue

If you are a publisher and would like to be included in our review process, please contact the SWON Libraries office at (513) 751-4422 or email us.

Click here to register for this event.

Public Library Adult Program Planners Network Special Interest Group Meeting (SWON)

Register for this event here.
The Public Library Adult Program Planners Network is an interest group dedicated to encouraging and promoting adult programming in area libraries.Whether you’re new to programming – or, simply need some new ideas – we share information at each meeting about our most interesting and successful programs. We meet quarterly.

The event will be located at:
Boone County Public Library, Main Branch
1786 Burlington Pike
Burlington, Kentucky  41005

A Safety Day for Everyone [NEORLS]

The fundamental safety responsibility of all employers is to provide and environment free of recognized hazards capable of causing loss. Understanding each and every potential hazard capable of causing a loss is an overwhelming task. Numerous standards and programs detailing responsibilities for specific hazards have been created. Not all of these standards and programs have direct application to Library operations, but many have requirements that apply to all industries, private and public. This safety workshop will provide an overview of those safety programs with direct application to all Library operations.  Topics to be covered:Hazard Communication          Fire Prevention                        Electrical Safety                   Slips, Trips, Falls Blood Borne PathogensBasic First Aid Emergency Response Plans           Presenter: Travis Thompson  CPSI, CSRM – Director of Risk Management,  Ohio Plan Risk Management, Inc.       Event Date: 08-16-18Event Time: 09:30 AM – 03:30 PM EasternLocation: Ashtabula County District Library4335 Park Ave.Ashtabula, OH 44004UNITED STATES

Details: This is held at 5 different locations and times to include:Thursday, March 15, 2018 – Twinsburg Public LibraryThursday, July 12, 2018 – Avon Lake Public LibraryThursday, November 1, 2018 – Holmes County District Public LibraryThursday, December 6, 2018 – Canfield Library