Learning Circles are informal peer communities that come together to learn, commiserate, explore, inspire and network.
They may be as simple as a listserv for posting messages or might include meetings and workshops. Join any of the current learning circles below:
CCDA - Coordinated Collection Development Aid for Academic Libraries. This NYS program was developed to strengthen each region's collections by helping academic libraries to enhance specific subject collections, which are available via resource sharing. This circle brings together CCDA librarians to network, share changes in what subjects they are collecting, and discuss collection development issues.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and Accessibility - This is the circle to explore DEIJA initiatives in libraries and to share your own ideas, projects, activities, environmental scans, resources, etc. What are inclusive libraries? How do we support equity? These among the issues that can be discussed.
LIS Students - Are you a LIS student from the SCRLC region (or close by) or do you know one? This SIG enables students to discuss library-related issues. SCRLC will share resume-writing and interviewing tips and hold occasional in-person events to help students prepare for their first job in a library organization.