The State Library posts calendar events including training webinars hosted by database vendors and other library-related events:Google Calendar
SDSL Board Meetings
Authorized by Chapter 14-1 of the South Dakota Codified Laws, the SDSL Board directs State Library operation and assists and coordinates the other libraries throughout the state in providing services to the public.Quarterly
Prep for Summer Reading workshops held across South Dakota during February/March.Late Winter/Early Spring
SDSL Digital Resources Course
An introductory course for SD public library staff that teaches how to access, retrieve, and share information using SDSL databases.February, March
SD School Library EdCamp
This 'unconference' conference is a face-to-face event is hosted simultaneously on both sides of the state in April.Spring
Join your local library and attend summer reading events! Attend in-person, outdoor, take home or virtual programming towards our continued goal of 100,000 participants.Summer
Library Training Institute
Spend a week in the dorms with fellow library professionals in June.June
Formerly School Library Boot Camp. Open to SD school library staff and other types of educators.July 2021
Introduction to 2019 SD School Library Standards
Self-paced, online course helps guide school librarians and other educators in their professional practice.Online Course
The Solid Finances webinar series is designed to provide adults with an unbiased resource for enhancing their personal financial skills. Registration is required for this free series.Regular Webinars
- Library Career Resources
South Dakota Statewide Group Membership
The SDSL has provided statewide access to United for Libraries. Your membership includes access to Trustee training, Friends resources, COVID-19 tips, on-demand webinars plus so much more.
Web Junction's library-specific courses are now available for free to all library staff and volunteers. Through the generous support of OCLC, the Gates Foundation, the South Dakota State Library WebJunction provides timely and relevant learning content to access anytime, from anywhere.
Remember: tracking your continuing education hours is your individual responsibility.