This is a space for Montana librarians to ask questions, share resources and program ideas, and make connections with the wider library community. Anyone and everyone is welcome to contribute.

The Transforming Teen Services curriculum brings together state library agency (SLA) consultants and front-line library staff  from 46 states, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the District of Columbia, for a robust training program. Training focuses on youth development, connected learning (CL), and computational thinking (CT). This project is supported by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). 

This course focuses on youth development during ages 8 - 18 and is most useful for front-line librarians who work with youth. Please see the other T3 courses for other topics in the T3 training program.

This course defines the basics of small business and entrepreneurship, discusses how the library can support small business in their community, and explores important skills, resources, and information that public library staff can use to help support small business and entrepreneur growth in their communities, specifically with entrepreneurial coaching. At the end of this course, students will have the tools and skills necessary to set up an entrepreneurial coaching program at their library. 

The Transforming Teen Services curriculum brings together state library agency (SLA) consultants and front-line library staff  from 46 states, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the District of Columbia, for a robust training program. Training focuses on youth development, connected learning (CL), and computational thinking (CT). This project is supported by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). 

This course focuses on Connected Learning - what it is, why it is important for library staff working with teens, and how you can apply CL to your daily work. This course is best fit for front-line librarians who work directly with teens and tweens. Please see the other T3 courses for other topics in the T3 training program.