WAPL Post-Conference Resources 2012

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

9:00 to 10:00 am (Keynote Address)

Threats and Opportunities: Copyright and Licensing in the Public Library
Dr. Tomas A. Lipinski, J.D., LL.M. PhD, Professor and Executive Associate Dean, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

10:30 to 11:30 am (First Session)

50 Ways to Serve Job Seekers -
presented by Marie Boleman, Director, Westfield Public Library; Bridget Christenson, Director, Hatch Public Library; Jamie Matczak, Continuing Education Coordinator, Nicolet Federated Library System
Assessments Checklists
Project Compass Curriculum Workbook: Workforce Recovery and Beyond
(Contains all the handouts from the most recent Project Compass workshop program, including the Pathways to service plans for supporting job services and local workforce development)

Books Build Better Brains: Libraries and Clinics Collaborate on Early Literacy Promotion
presented by Dipesh Navsaria, MPH, MSLIS, MD; Ruth Sias, MLS

Exploration Station
presented by Ashley Thiem-Menning

Adding local content to the Wisconsin Digital Download Center in OverDrive -
presented by Jane Richard, Wisconsin Library Services/WPLC
Powerpoint Presentation (.pdf)
Flowchart Handout
Wisconsin Heritage Online - Basics of Digital Projects
Wisconsin Digital Library Supplier Agreement

One Help Desk for All -
presented by Terry Ehle; Chris Hamburg

1:30 to 2:30 pm (Second Session)

Making the Most of Donor Dollars: When the Municipal Budget Isn't Enough -
presented by Victor Schultz, M&I Wealth Management of BMO Financial Group; Paula Kiely, Director, Milwaukee Public Library; Sharon Cook, Trustee, Milwaukee Public Library, and member of the Not-for-Profit Team at M&I Institutional Trust Services

Technology with Kids and Teens
presented by Ashley Bieber, Sara M. Bryce and Shannon Barniskis

Ashley's handouts -
Laptops on the loose - powerpoint slides
Laptops on the loose - handouts

Sara's handouts -
Kids and Computers: programs for Tweens - powerpoint slides
Kids and Computers: programs for Tweens - handouts

Shannon's handout -
Teentech handout

A Rose is A Rose... is not always an eRose : Collecting Digital Content -
presented by Sara Gold, Wisconsin Library Services

Have you Heard?

presented by Tasha Saecker; Beth Carpenter; Joy Schwarz; Stef Morrill

2:45 to 3:45 pm (Third Session)

Notable Books Marathon 2012
presented by Lois Gilbert, Branch Manager, La Crosse Public Library; Rhonda Kasemodel Gould, Youth Services and Special Needs Consultant at Lakeshores Library System; Jane Jorgenson, Madison Public Library; Gary Niebuhr, Director, Greenfield Public Library; Kristin Pekoll, West Bend Public Library

Humor (Mostly Dark) - Lois Gilbert

If you liked Lizbeth Salander, the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Scandanavian Writers - Gary Niebuhr

Thrillers - Rhonda Kasemodel Gould

Zombies - Kristin Pekoll

All The World's A Stage, Are you ready for Prime Time? -
presented by Kelly Krieg-Sigman

RA on a Budget
presented by Sarah Statz Cords

Using the 2010 Census to Improve Services to Immigrants
Rene Bue, Hedberg Public Library

Hungry to Read or Just Plain Hungry? FoodShare Outreach at the Library and in Your Community
presented by Gina Wilson;  Laura Wichert

Friday, May 11, 2012

9:00 to 10:15 am (Fourth Session)

Stealth Programming: Success in Challenging Budget Times
presented by Marge Loch-Wouters, La Crosse Public Library; Amanda Struckmeyer, Middleton Public Library

Tough Talks in Tough Times: What Librarians Need to Know to Communicate Change, Motivate Employees & Stay Sane (link to request handouts)
presented by Jean Palmer Heck

Implementing Workflow Management Initiatives -
presented by Rebecca Lemons

Women, Financial Literacy & Retirement Savings -
presented by Margery Katz

10:30 to 11:45 am (Fifth Session)

Taking Your Summer Library Program on the Road
presented by Ashley Thiem-Menning and Ellen Jepson

Library as Incubator
presented by Erinn Batykefer; Laura Damon-Moore; Christina Endres