Category Archives: Facilities/Security

Affordable After Hours Pick-up Service – 1 LEU

Working patrons sometimes struggle with getting to the library before we close. By implementing an after hours pick up service you can now offer the freedom to pick up materials on the patron’s schedule instead of the library schedule. Learn how using a set of lockers and specialty locks can allow you to provide convenient pick-up times at your library for less than $1,000. Materials, processes, and our lessons learned will be shared.

Date Recorded:  04/07/2021

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  Julie Elmore, Director, Oakland City Columbia Township Public Library

IT Security and Working from Home – 1 TLEU

Ryan EdgellThe landscape of IT and working from home has changed significantly. This has increased the risks to IT security with planning and safeguarding becoming more important than ever.

Date Recorded: 3/31/2021

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter:  Ryan Edgell, President/Lead Consultant for Edge Information Technologies This webinar will be posted on the Indiana State Library’s Archived Trainings page.

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Facilitating a Discussion about Facilities – 1 LEU

facility manage blueprints laptop Are you a new library director? Do you find yourself with suddenly more responsibilities for your systems facilities? Join this panel of directors for a discussion about facilities management for libraries of all sizes and regions of Indiana.

Date Recorded: 1/27/2021

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenters:  Nancy Disbro, Director / Andrews-Dallas Township Public Library | Winnie Logan, Director / New Castle Henry County Public Library | Scott Kinney, Director / Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library

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Privacy Quest: Write Your Own Story – 2 TLEUs

lock representing online securityPrivacy is a vital civil right. Learn to protect your and your community’s privacy via narrative-based exercises. Protecting privacy is a key element of the library’s role in democracy. Empower your community to wrest its narrative back from the clutches of surveillance capitalism. Learn how make gnarly passwords and be private on the internet via the Ironsworn role-playing game. Control your privacy; write your own story.

Bryan is a systems Librarian at Nashville Public Library and member of Library Freedom Project. He is a lifelong gamer and banned books reader, but a first-time Library Education Unit presenter.

Date Recorded: 5/18/20

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Bryan Jones / Systems Librarian at the Nashville Public Library (Tennessee)

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Guns in Libraries – 1 LEU


image of bullets in gunGun violence has been all over the news this year and you’ve told us this topic has been on your mind. What can libraries can do to promote the safety of both staff and the public? ISL staff will cover Indiana gun laws and how they impact libraries. We will provide appropriate language for library policies regarding patron behavior and clarify what libraries can and can’t regulate. Library Director Mary K. Emmrich will discuss the process Newton County Public Library went through last year to develop an active shooter policy and share the outcome.

Date Recorded: 6/29/18

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenters: Mary K. Emmerich/ Newton County Public Library; Cheri Harris/Indiana State Library


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Overdoses in Libraries – 1 LEU

logo of Indiana Recovery AllianceThe webinar will briefly outline the opiate, HIV and HCV epidemics across the country. We will then focus in on identifying overdoses and administration of naloxone (the opioid or opiate overdose reversal drug, commonly known as NARCAN). We will briefly discuss the laws that fully protect those administering naloxone and over 40 years of evidence showing the safety and effectiveness of naloxone. The webinar will wrap up with information about sharps recycling options and addictions treatment. This webinar is eligible for 1 LEU when watched in conjunction with the second video below.

Date Recorded: 12/14/2016

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Chris Abert / Indiana Recovery Alliance

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Bed Bug Boot Camp – 1 LEU

This webinar will focus on bed bugs as library pests – what to watch for, what to do when they are discovered, and how to prevent them from taking up lodging in your library. You’ll learn strategies for dealing with infested materials, affected patrons, and worried staff. We’ll also discuss common bed bug myths, the elements of a bed bug mitigation plan, and the items you should include in your bed bug defense kit.

Date Recorded: 4/13/17

Format: Archived YouTube Video

Presenter: Christine Sterle / Thorntown Public Library