LibraryLinkNJ classes include webinars in Drupal, library technology, and training sessions for supervisors.
ALA Online Learning [membership required]
ALA offers a wide range of library-related online learning includes covering fundamentals, advances, trends, and hot topics. Their programs are offered via computer, using the internet, and using other software for coursework, video or audio files. The programs may occur once or at regular intervals, may be downloadable anytime, or require a reservation to participate.
ALA/NMRT Footnotes - Always Learning
The site lists a variety of learning options for building knowledge, understanding and experience. Choices include classroom and online classes [within ALA and using outside consultants], certificate programs, and post-Master's degree courses.
American Libraries Live
A free, streaming video broadcast allows viewers to watch broadcasts about library issues and trends in real time and interact with hosts via a live chat. Each episode focuses on a specific issue affecting libraries and librarians, and features a panel of vendors and library industry experts engaged in a real-time discussion which is broadcast through a live video format. Viewers can ask questions during the program via chat. American Libraries Live is a joint production of American Libraries and ALA Editions, units of the American Library Association. Online registration allows viewers to receive reminders of upcoming programs.
Library Juice Academy
Offers a range of online professional development workshops for librarians and other library staff, focusing on practical topics to build new skills. These workshops earn Continuing Education Units, and are intended as professional development activities.
New Jersey Library Association [NJLA] - Calendar
NJLA maintains a calendar of training events throughout the state, offered by the regional library cooperatives, the New Jersey State Library, and the American Library Association.
Metropolitan New York Library Council
METRO offers classes, seminars and online learning programs to help their members develop professional skills in the areas of technology, management, leadership, communications, and library operations. METRO programs are led by industry and academic professionals and help librarians, library support staff, and other information science professionals prepare for changing roles and broader professional opportunities. Click on Courses and Calendar to see list of current month's programs.
Highlands Regional Library Cooperative
HRLC offers guidance on library career development.
Library of Congress - General [YouTube]
Library of Congress webcasts cover a broad range of topics, including training in emerging technologies and bibliographical standards.
Center for Creative Leadership
CCL is an internationally recognized resource for understanding and expanding the leadership capabilities of individuals and organizations from across the public, private, nonprofit, government and education sectors. Their services include both open-enrollment and customized leadership training offered at their four campuses and affiliate locations and coaching and assessment programs for organizations and individuals.
Central Library Cooperative of Knowledge [CLCK]
CJRLC training includes Assertiveness Skills, Business Etiquette, Business Presentation, Career Management, and Conflict Management.
Simmons GSLIS Continuing Education
Simmons Graduate School of Library and Information Science offers continuing education workshops in a range of LIS disciplines: recent offerings include bookbinding, library management best practices, classroom instruction training, business research, and website design. Most workshops are scheduled asynchronously, allowing students to work according to their own schedule.