What are you doing next Wednesday? Here’s an idea:
Register for the 2014 Vermont Library Tech Unconference!
Wednesday, April 9, from 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., at Midstate Library Service Center in Berlin.
This is the second time that we’ve held the event; some of you may have attended the first one, back in September of 2012. The intention is to bring together library staff members from across the state to talk about their work with technology, both strategies and challenges. All levels of skill are welcome. Come hear what other libraries are doing, and share your ideas!
What is an unconference? Different from a workshop or lecture, an unconference is a participant-driven approach celebrating our everyday problem solving. We’ll collect your discussion ideas and create sessions that center on a tech topic. Each of the three periods will have 3-4 simultaneous sessions, giving you a variety of choices for sharing your challenges and innovations.
The 2014 Vermont Library Tech Unconference is cosponsored by the Vermont Department of Libraries (VTLIB) and the Vermont Library Association (VLA). As we get closer, we’ll be sending out a list of registered folks to facilitate carpooling. NOTE: Six credits can be applied to the technology requirement for Dept. of Libraries certification for attending this event.
You can find more information and register at this link – http://goo.gl/7Jxp80
Contact Josh Muse at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions