Big Talk From Small Libraries Online Conference Schedule Available



The full schedule for the 2017 Big Talk From Small Libraries conference is now available. This free, online event will be broadcast on Friday, February 24, 2017 from 7:45 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Mountain Time on GoToWebinar.

This year’s scheduled sessions include:

  • Social Media for a Small Library
  • Good Looking Out: Crucial Feedback from Students
  • Best Small Library in America 2011: Naturita Community Library
  • PROWL the Library: An Introduction to Library Services
  • Adventures in Serving Populations of Under 100
  • Lending Bakeware
  • Life Stories: Community Engagement through Oral History
  • Share the Gift of Reading
  • Cultivating an Active Learning Community at the Library
  • What Is It Like to Work as a Prison Librarian?
  • Digitize It Yourself: A Method of In-House Digitization
  • Gold Nuggets: Mining Your Community for New and Exciting Programs

The website offers more information on the sessions and speakers.

Big Talk for Small Libraries is aimed at librarians from small libraries, the smaller the better! Each speaker is from a small library or directly works with small libraries. Everyone is welcome to register and attend, regardless your library’s size. But, if your library serves a few thousand people, or a few hundred, this is the day for you.

You are welcome to watch as an individual or to host a group viewing of the conference. If several staff members from the same library want to attend, you can just register for one seat and have staff members view/listen together via one workstation.

You can also host a viewing party this same way and invite staff from other libraries. For any group viewings, if you know who will be there, you can list your Additional Attendees on your one registration or you can send us a list after the event.

 

Learn more and register.

 

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