Networking Groups Directory

Reforma Midwest Chapter (The National Association to Promote Library & Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish Speaking)

This group provides information and networking opportunities to librarians who serve Spanish-speaking communities. Information shared focuses on collection development, programming, and overall...

Renegade Reference of West Central Illinois

Renegade Reference of West Central Illinois is a networking group. We welcome anyone who plans programs, works a service desk, makes decisions about library technology, does readers' advisory,...

Rural Directors

Rural Directors is a long established networking group of library directors in West Central Illinois. The group meets once a month at member libraries. Agendas include a previously chosen topic...

SASSY (Storytelling and Sharing Skills for Youth)

Join youth services librarians in the Reaching Across Illinois Library System Area, as they share program and storytime ideas for children and teens. This group is for people who work with the...

School Library support group

I have recently taken over as the librarian for Morrison High School, in Morrison. Having spent one decade in retail and another inteaching, I am a little rusty and am trying to polish my library...

Serving Patrons with Dementia Group

Meeting of the minds to discuss programs and services libraries offer to people with dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

The Alzheimer's Association projects that by 2025, there will be an...

Small Libraries United

Networking group for directors of small public libraries in northwestern Illinois.

South & West Suburban Business Networking Group

We focus on how libraries can serve their business communities.

Topics of discussion include information relating to business services offered by the library and librarians...

South Suburban Adult Programmers

We are the adult services programmers of the south suburbs of Chicago. We meet to share presenter contact information, newsletters, and anything else related to programming for adults.

SPARK (Spanish Programming And Resources for Kids)

SPARK (Spanish Programming And Resources for Kids) is a networking group of librarians and other library staff members who are interested in Spanish programming for children. We meet quarterly...