Registration is now open for the 2016 SEFLIN Fall Membership Meeting

Directors and staff of all SEFLIN member libraries and systems are invited to participate in SEFLIN's Fall Membership Meeting, being held on November 18th, 2016 at the Northwest Regional Library, Coral Springs, FL. A keynote address "Building Your Base for Advocacy Campaigns" will be presented by Libby Post, President and Strategist-in-Chief of Communication Services. Registration for this meeting is $25. The last day to register for the membership meeting is November 11, 2016.
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Wanted: Director of Member Services for Technology and Resource Sharing

Help libraries build partnerships, share resources, and enhance their technology! Join the innovative SEFLIN team as we work together to support extraordinary services for libraries in Southeast Florida. In this position you will have the unique opportunity to help libraries strengthen and grow their networks and partnerships, extend and transform 21st century library services, and develop ive resource sharing projects. Open until filled.

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The NSU Libraries Present: Blurred Lines: Grey Areas in Copyright & Plagiarism

Thursday, October 27, 2016 | Noon - 1PM | Law Library - Faculty Study Room, 2nd floor
Presented by Stephen Carlisle, NSU's Copyright Officer

Copyright infringement and plagiarism can be the same thing. But more often than not, they are two sides of the same coin. A student could use copyrighted material in a student project and it might be fair use, and not infringement. But if the student used copyrighted material and did not attribute it to an outside source, then this is plagiarism, and would subject the student to disciplinary proceedings. This seminar will examine both the issues of copyright infringement and the types of plagiarism and how they intersect in a university setting.
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Florida Library Youth Program (FLYP) Workshops

The days are getting shorter and winter is getting closer, but it is time to start thinking about next summer's library programming!
The Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services will be holding Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP)/Florida Library Youth Program (FLYP) workshops for the 2017 Summer Library Program. Youth services staff, media specialists and adult services staff are invited to attend these free, all-day workshops that will be held across the state. The theme for next summer is "Build a Better World". Dress casually and plan to be inspired.
YOUTH FLYP Workshops - SEFLIN Region

  • 11/29/16   South Regional/Broward College, Pembroke Pines, Broward County
  • 11/30/16   Blake Library, Stuart, Martin County
  • 12/1/16   Dade Adventura Branch, Adventura, Miami Dade County
Presenters: Olivia Wilson and Katherine Kastanis
register here for the youth workshop nearest you. Workshops will be from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

ADULT FLYP Workshop - SEFLIN Region
  • 11/16/16 Boynton Beach Library, Boynton Beach, Palm Beach County
Presenter: Donna Bachowski.
register here for the adult workshop nearest you. Workshops will run from 9:00 AM - 4:30 pm.

For more information, contact Jana Fine at or 850.245.6629.
For ADA assistance or other workshop questions, please contact Sena Heiman at or 850.245.6628,
or Jana Fine at or 850.245.6629


SEFLIN 2016 Virtual Conference

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The SEFLIN 2016 Virtual Conference was a great success, thanks in no small part to all of our wonderful speakers and attendees! If you registered but could not attend the day's live events, be sure to keep an eye out for the session recordings soon. If you'd like to give feedback on the conference, or contribute ideas to future conference topics, visit our Evaluation Page.
Also be sure to check out the day's conversation on Twitter, at the hashtag #SEFLINVC16


   Upcoming Events

Register for training events on our Upcoming Events page.
Fall training includes workshops and live online webinars in the following areas:
  • Winning Library Grants:  A 4-part series that will enhance all aspects of your grant-writing abilities!‚Äč
  • Children's Literature Series:  In this series, you'll learn how to update your collection to effectively engage young minds.
  • Supervisor Series:  Each month, SEFLIN presents a trainig session on how to be the best supervisor you can be!
  • SEFLIN Springboard: : The third Thursday of every month, SEFLIN brings hosts a moderated online discussion on innovative solutions to barriers in library services.

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