WebJunction-Florida launched to offer online learning, community sharing to state's library staffs

WebJunction, the leader in online learning for library staff, has partnered with the State Library and Archives of Florida to launch the new WebJunction–Florida. Library staff in Florida can now access courses at no individual cost through the WebJunction community, and use the site to keep their skills up-to-date and help their libraries respond to current patron needs. As part of this online learning community, members can take courses on a wide range of technology and library subjects—as well as connect with other library staff—creating an engaging learning experience.

This partnership takes advantage of WebJunction’s Custom Catalog service, designed to maximize the customization and reach of training through a centralized training catalog with streamlined registration for all users. All WebJunction–Florida participants will be able to access courses, regardless of geographic location or library size. Additionally, as a part of the Custom Catalog, WebJunction–Florida will be able to add unique, Florida-specific courses to the extensive course offerings from WebJunction that form the foundation of the catalog.

The WebJunction–Florida site is available now at http://fl.webjunction.org/.

WebJunction–Florida joins 17 library organizations that offer custom communities for libraries and staff. A complete list of links to WebJunction partner communities is available at www.webjunction.org/partners.

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