More Training

Panhandle Academic Libraries Conference – Recordings
Most of our sessions for the recent Panhandle Academic Libraries Conference were recorded. For program descriptions, visit the conference webpage.

Training for library staff is also available from the following sources:

WebJunction Florida provides timely and relevant learning content for you to access anytime, from anywhere. This service is produced by OCLC and sponsored by Florida’s Division of Library and Information Services.

Florida Library Webinars is a continuing education program offering weekly live webinars and recorded content for staff working in Florida libraries.

Tech-Talk is a technology skill-building resource that is available to library staff statewide. It includes a weekly email on software productivity (i.e., Microsoft Office, Adobe or various browsers), access to previous emails, Tech-TOPIA: a database of articles with breakthrough ideas for working more efficiently, and Tech-QUESTION: Ask how-to questions on any topic covers. To subscribe to the weekly emails, join the Division of Library and Information Services’ email list. To access the database at, contact the DLIS Continuing Education office for the username and password.

The Florida Division of Library and Information Services provides  access to Library Literature Database and a collection of professional e-books.  Employees at any public library, K-12 or public academic library are eligible to obtain an e-card to access these materials.

The National Network of Libraries of Medicine offers free training on their website.