Continuing Education

Continuing Education
Continuing Education

The New Jersey State Library offers a variety of training opportunities for New Jersey librarians, library support staff, and trustees. This page will feature both New Jersey State Library created and licensed content on a broad range of topics designed to help you fulfill your responsibilities and to grow professionally.  Our top priority is to help you grow, develop, and never stop learning.

Select your area of interest:



Library Support Staff

Upcoming Continuing Education Workshops

Click on the link to register:

New Jersey Cultural Alliance for Response Workshops in Disaster Preparedness for Cultural Institutions

Activate Sustainable Thinking for Future of Libraries

FEMA—Until Help Arrives and Bleeding Control Course for Public Library Staff

Who are the People in your neighborhood? Community Asset Mapping


Training is also available from these providers:



National Training Calendar

LYRASIS and the New Jersey State
Library are teaming up to bring
New Jersey libraries opportunities
for professional development.
Choose from a wide variety of
class titles and sessions. Save on
LYRASIS classes and events: use
code NJSL19-20 to register.
LYRASIS Learning
LYRASIS Learning gives you access
to the entire catalog of LYRASIS
training, including all recordings of
all our on-demand classes as well
as unlimited live classes for an
entire year.
WebJunction‘s free, online course
catalog has over 40 self-paced,
online courses on library topics,
as well as over 250 curated
webinar archives ready and
available when you are. Take
courses when your time permits,
and earn completion certificates
as  you finish each class. All
learners will need to create
a new account.
The Wyoming State Library provides
a calendar of free training relating to
libraries, their functions, and their staff.

Connecting to

Collections Care



Connecting to Collections Care Logo National Network of Libraries of Medicine Infopeople Logo
The Connecting to Collections Care
Community helps smaller cultural
institutions to provide
well-informed care for valuable
collections. Search this website for
preservation and conservation
information, links to resources,
access to recorded webinars,
and online discussions.
The National Network of Libraries of
Medicine is pleased to offer many
professional development resources
and opportunities for librarians,
health professionals, public health
workers, and consumers.
Infopeople provides quality
continuing educations opportunities
to library staff that are tailored to
library needs and developed by
experienced library professionals.
Training formats include 2-6 week
asynchronous online courses as well
as free one-hour webinars.

         Library 2.0

The future of libraries in the digital
age. Contains archives of previous
conferences and access to paid