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Other Continuing Education

We partner with several training providers in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. See below for details and discounts available to SWON Libraries members.

Statewide CE Calendar for all Ohio

Beginning July 1, 2015, all of the continuing education programs, events, webinars, may be found on one shared calendar called CEOHIO. Contributions to the calendar come from the four regional library systems, the State Library of Ohio, the Ohio Library Council, OELMA, Ohionet, and more. When you select an event, you will be taken to the host entity's website to find more information and to register.

Midwest Collaborative for Library Services

SWON Libraries members may attend MCLS continuing education workshops at member rates. Registration for these events should be completed on the MCLS site. SWON Libraries members should register as non-members, but indicate their membership affiliation in the comments box on the online registration form. All billing will be handled by MCLS. Check the MCLS site for their current offerings.

Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

SWON Libraries has partnered with the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County to offer SWON Libraries members and non-members a chance to attend the "Library Academy" workshops at a discounted rate. Members can attend these in-person workshops for $25, non-members for $50. Topics include interviewing techniques, succeeding in the workplace, working with and serving a diverse population, and conflict resolution. Check the SWON Calendar for these sessions.

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