Beginning on July 1, access to WebJunction’s library-specific courses became available for free to all library workers and volunteers across the nation. Through the generous support of OCLC, the Gates Foundation, and many state library agencies across the U.S., WebJunction will continue to provide timely and relevant learning content for you to access anytime, from anywhere.
All learners will need to create a new account.
To get started visit- http://learn.webjunction.org/ and select Log in at the top right of the page, then Create new account.
Once you’ve created your new account, explore the catalog of library-focused self-paced courses and webinars. Certificates of completion will be available to you after you have completed any course or webinar that you enroll in from the catalog.
Have you checked out WebJunction lately?
WebJunction is the place where public library staff gather to build the knowledge, skills and support we need to power relevant, vibrant libraries.
If it’s been awhile or you are new to WebJunction check out their About Us page to learn more. The best part about the site is that it’s made just for libraries and a lot of the information is written BY libraries FOR libraries.
Here is just a sampling of some of the topics you can find on the site:
- Young Adult and Teen Programming
- Patron Training
- eReaders and Mobile Devices
- Library Customer Service
- Webinars on Various Topics
And much, much, more! The site also has a page with all of its topics listed by categories.
What is your favorite WebJunction resource?