Infopeople is a project of the Califa Group, a nonprofit consortium of more than 200 libraries committed to unleashing the impact of libraries.
Founded in 1994, Infopeople has a long history of providing high-quality professional development opportunities to the library community. Our team of experienced trainers and subject matter experts are dedicated to sharing their knowledge and expertise with librarians across the country, and our programs are designed to be engaging, interactive, and relevant to the real-world challenges faced by libraries today.
Whether you're looking to enhance your technology skills, explore new library services, or develop your leadership abilities, Infopeople has something for everyone. Our programs are accessible, affordable, and flexible, so that you can easily fit professional development into your busy schedule.
The Infopeople model provides a breadth of training topics and a depth of training expertise greater than any single library or library agency, no matter how large, could provide. Infopeople training is open to all members of the library community - academic, public, school, and special.
- Is tailored to libraries' needs
- Is developed and presented by experienced library professionals
- Offers exercises based on actual library situations
- Accommodates varying levels of expertise
- Offers post-training assistance from instructors
Infopeople offers many training events each year on a wide variety of topics, utilizing subject experts as instructors and presenters.
Course fees range from $150 to $250. See individual course descriptions for more information. Webinars (live and archived) are free.
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