Wyoming Library Association Call for Conference Proposals

Mar 29, 2017

The Wyoming Library Association is planning its 2017 conference Aug. 10-11 in Sheridan and is inviting your program proposals. Deadline is April 30, and you may submit your proposal here.

At the conference, the Wyoming library community comes together to discover, learn, and share ideas, innovations, and practical suggestions to help improve the state’s libraries. have some knowledge to share? A great program idea you think other libraries could implement? We want to learn from you!

Past program tracks have included:

  • School Libraries
  • Academic Libraries
  • Reference
  • Technical Services
  • Youth Services
  • Administration & Management
  • Leadership

Remember that this is the proposal stage, so you don’t need to have completed planning to submit your idea by the April 30 deadline. (Please note: You MUST see a screen that says “Survey Completed. Thank you for taking the survey!”  If you do not, the program was not successfully submitted.)

WLA is also asking members to suggest topics they’d like to see at the conference. Is there something specific you’d like to learn? Send Katrina Brown your program ideas at kbrown@sheridan.edu.



If you have a question about this or any other article, please contact us at statelibrary@wyo.gov

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