Programs and Services for Libraries
SEFLIN is a nonprofit Multitype Library Cooperative that provides librarians continuing education opportunities (CE Credits for librarians), social services in libraries, vendors’ discounts, consortia purchases, and more.
Training Events for Librarians
Complete list of Upcoming Events | On-Demand Training
SEFLIN (Southeast Florida Library Information Network), Inc. is one of the nation’s largest multi-type library cooperatives (MLC). SEFLIN member libraries/library systems represent more than 300 public, academic, and school libraries serving a culturally rich and diverse population of more than 6 million Floridians.
SEFLIN was established in 1984, beginning as a demonstration project funded by the State’s Division of Library & Information Services with a federal LSTA grant. Today, SEFLIN is known locally, regionally, and nationally as a leader in collaboratively planning and providing: (1) a comprehensive continuing education program for library staff, (2) the joint use of technology to expand library services, (3) enhanced resource sharing opportunities between member libraries/library system, and (4) social services support.
Join us this year as we celebrate how our libraries lead transformative community trends. This conference revolves around how we connect, collaborate, and motivate ourselves to inspire a revolution in our libraries.
A fresh start with ingenuity and purpose, an evolution!
Conference registration includes
- Entry to the General Session, all Breakout Sessions, and Poster Session
- Access to the Sponsorship Exhibit hall
- Food and drinks at the welcome breakfast and lunch
- Access to the Virtual Conference Day