CEUs now available for ASCLA online course 'Improving Library Services for People with Disabilities'
For Immediate Release
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CHICAGO — Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are now available for “Improving Library Services for People with Disabilities,” an online course offered by the Association of Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies (ASCLA) that aligns with one of the division’s core values: access to library services and information for all.
Providing library services to people with disabilities is a role filled by all levels of library staff, and “Improving Library Services” is designed for everyone, including support staff, general professional staff, age-level or subject specialists, managers and administrators. During this course, participants will identify library users with disabilities at their library and the resources and assistive technologies available to assist them; examine changes in attitudes, laws and technologies that have impacted people with disabilities; and will be able to recommend changes in personal and organizational behaviors to improve services for people with disabilities at their library.
The next offering of this course will run Feb. 18-Mar. 17, 2013, with two live online meetings on from 3 - 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28 and from 3 - 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 14 Central time. Additional weekly coursework is self-paced using Moodle, ASCLA’s online course management system. Register online now for this course.
Interested participants can register online now, register via fax or mail or learn more about the course at the ASCLA website. Registration fees start at $150 for ASCLA members; this is $20 more than non-CEU courses. Discounted group registration rates for two or more registrants from the same library, library system or network are available—visit the ASCLA online learning page for more information. Contact ALA’s Membership and Customer Service Team with any questions about registration for this course at email@example.com or (800) 545-2433, option 5.
State libraries, public libraries or other large library systems interested in private offerings of this course for 20 or more participants should contact ASCLA Web Manager Andrea Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about scheduling and pricing.
ASCLA, a division of the American Library Association (ALA), is a diverse organization of librarians and support staff who work in academic and public libraries, state agencies, specialized libraries and cooperatives, as well as those who are self-employed. Our division’s work centers on member-driven interest groups that represent the diversity and important work of our engaged and active members. Not an ASCLA member, but interested in forming new interest groups, receiving discounted registration rates on ASCLA preconferences and online courses, and other important membership benefits? Join, renew or add ASCLA to your ALA membership at www.ala.org/membership.