WRLS Wonders
  • Winding Rivers Library System
7 episodes
Libraries are constantly evolving and adapting for the communities they serve. WRLS Wonders is an exploration into the timely topics affecting libraries and the patrons they serve.

Episodes

4 – Teen Services Part 2
2019 Nov 19
4 – Teen Services Part 2 ​ Linda Jerome, the Teen Services Librarian at La Crosse, WI joins the podcast this week. She describes her philosophy behind serving teens, discusses programming and brain development, and shares some of her most memorable experiences. Learning Objective 1. To understand the philosophy of teen services. 2. To gain […]
5 – Reporting Neglect and Concerns
2019 Oct 2922m 25s
5 – Reporting Neglect and Concerns ​ Michelle Johnston, the Access Supervisor at La Crosse County Human Services joins the podcast this week. She discusses what her department is in charge of, what the process of reporting looks like, and what librarians can do if they see neglect in their library. Learning Objective 1. To […]
4 – Teen Services Part 1
2019 Oct 29
4 – Teen Services Part 1 ​ Linda Jerome, the Teen Services Librarian at La Crosse, WI joins the podcast this week. She describes her philosophy behind serving teens, discusses programming and brain development, and shares some of her most memorable experiences. Learning Objective 1. To understand the philosophy of teen services. 2. To gain […]
3 – 100 Extraordinary Women
2019 Sep 24
Shanneon Grant, the director of La Crosse Public Library in La Crosse, WI joins the podcast this week. She describes the fundraising project, 100 Extraordinary Women, she undertook while working as the director of the Sparta Free Library in Wisconsin.
2.5 – Going Fine Free: Part 2
2019 May 01
2.5 – Going Fine Free: Part 2 Paula Stanton, the circulation manager at the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire, WI joins us this week. She describes the steps her library took to go fine free for patrons and the challenges and triumphs along the way.  Learning Objective 1. To gain a better […]
2 – Going Fine Free
2019 May 01
2 – Going Fine Free: Part 1 Paula Stanton, the circulation manager at the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire, WI joins us this week. She describes the steps her library took to go fine free for patrons and the challenges and triumphs along the way.  Learning Objective 1. To gain a better […]
1 – County Nonresident Reimbursement at 100%
2019 Jan 22
Amanda Hegge (Whitehall Public Library) and Jessica Schoonover (Shirley Wright Memorial Library, Trempealeau) describe the steps they took to receive a 100% county nonresident reimbursement rate for all of the libraries in Trempealeau County.
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