Program Handouts

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Tuesday

1:00-4:00 p.m.

Situational Leadership: From Understanding to Action
Gretel Stock-Kupperman, Director, Viterbo University, La Crosse

Powerpoint

Wednesday

10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

♦Developing a Concert Series at Your Library
Elizabeth Eisen, Adult Programming Librarian, Appleton Public Library; Ron McCabe, Director, McMillan Memorial Library; Gretchen Raab, Assistant Director, Neenah Public Library

Powerpoint

♦Not Another Boring Inventory Story: Development and Implementation of an Inventory Process Without the Price Tag
Jodi Bennett, Circulation Supervisor, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee; Nathan Mundell, Assistant Circulation Supervisor, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee

http://tiny.cc/InventoryWLA2012

♦Poverty Simulation
Kim Cable, Director, Housing and Community Services Department, Coulee Cap, Inc.

Poverty Awareness
Curious
Bill Paying Activity
Could You Survive in Poverty
Making Ends Meet 

♦Speed Networking
Rachel Arndt, Librarian, Milwaukee Public Library; Jamison Hein, A/V Librarian, Clintonville Public Library

Networking Tips and Bibliography

♦Tame Your Tech
Kim Kiiskinen, Reference & Technology Librarian, River Falls Public Libary; Tami Richardson, Adult Services Manager, Rice Lake Public Library

Help the Public Tame Their Tech (ppt)
How to Manage a Kindle Account (pdf)
How to Download eBooks (.doc)
NOOK Instructions (.doc)


12:15 - 2:00 p.m.

♦Facebook for Books! Using Social Media to Provide Readers' Advisory in Your Library
Jackelyn Potratz, Acquisitions Librarian for Fiction, Milwaukee Public Library; Kristina Gomez, Business and Periodicals Librarian, Milwaukee Public Library; Ben Miller, Director, Sauk City Public Library; Brett Rohlwing, Community Partnership Supervisor, Milwaukee Public Library

http://thejockeybox.com/post/34239851920/wla-conference-2012-pinterest-for-readers-advisory 

 

2:15 - 3:30 p.m.

♦Reading Through Changing Vision
Jean Kalscheur, Vision Rehabilitation Teacher, Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Handicapped; Debby Meyer, Fund Development Director, Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired

Powerpoint

♦Stop Duplicating Efforts: Creating a Unified Community Calendar
Anna Haase Krueger, formerly Youth Services Librarian/ Assistant Library Director, Antigo Public Library; Sarah Repp, Park, Recreation and Cemetery Supervisor, City of Antigo

http://futurelibrariansuperhero.blogspot.com/2012/11/stop-duplicating-efforts-creating.html 

 

4:15 - 5:30 p.m.

♦Open Access in Interlibrary Loan: Sources and Strategies for Locating Free Online Materials
Tina Baich, Assistant Librarian, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis

http://hdl.handle.net/1805/3062

♦Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning PresentsKara Ripley, Reference and BadgerLink Training Librarian, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning, Madison; Elizabeth Neuman, Digital Librarian, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning, Madison; Jean Anderson, Continuing Education/Multitype Coordinator, South Central Library System, Madison; Steve Ohs, Library Development Coordinator, Lakeshores Library System, Waterford; Charles Clemence, Resource Sharing Consultant, Winding Rivers Library System, La Crosse; Noreen Fish, Reference and Information Services Librarian, La Crosse Public Library; Constance Behrens-Huffstetter, Government Documents Librarian, Milwaukee Public Library

RL&LL Presents PPT
RL&LL handout 

 

Thursday

8:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

♦Creating an Engaging Library: Marketing from the Ground Up
Renee Ettinger, Head of Reference and Marketing, UW-Green Cofrin Library; Joe Hardenbrook, Head of Library Instruction and Information Literacy, UW-Green Cofrin Library

Powerpoint (pdf)

♦eReaders for the Common Good: Instituting an eReader and Other Device Lending Program @ Your Library
Jean Anderson, Continuing Education Coordinator, South Central Library System, Madison; Sara Gold,Project Manager for the Wisconsin Public LIbrary Consortium Digital Library, WiLS, Madison; Nicole Hardina-Wilhelm, Adult Services Librarian, Neenah Public Library; Christy Ross, Director, Brandon Public Library; Kent Barnard, Director, Patterson Memorial Library, Wild Rose

Powerpoint (pdf)
Electronic Device Borrowing Agreement (Brandon Public Library)
Electronic Device Guidelines
Nook Steps for Checkout
e-Readers Program Contact List
Kindle Steps for Checkout
OCLC WebJunction Resources
Electronic Devise Use Agreement (Patterson Memorial Library)

♦E-Textbook Project @ UW-Stout
Robert L. Butterfield, Director of Instructional Resources Service, UW-Stout, Menomonie

Handout

♦OCLC ILL: "Danger, Warning Will Robinson"
Mark Beatty, Training Librarian, WiLS, Madison

Handout

♦Wisconsin and the Great War: Digitizing and Sharing WWI Materials
Emily Pfotenhauer, Wisconsin Heritage Online, Madison

Powerpoint
Handout


10:45 - Noon

♦Workflow Assessments for Better ILL Service
Kathryn Mlsna, Milwaukee Public Library; Eric Robinson, ILL Coordinator, WiLS, Madison; Jane Richard, Member Services Librarian, WiLS, Madison

Workflow Assessments


2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

♦College Access Programming for Teens
Laurie Bartz, Young Adult Librarian, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville; Diana McDonald, Reference Librarian, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville; Tammi DeVooght-Blaney, Director, TRiO Educational Talent Search (ETS), UW Fox Valley; Jill Hassenfelt, College Access Advising Supervisor, Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation

Introduction to College Access Advising
COLLEGE GOAL WISCONSIN

♦The ABCDs of Relationships with Refugee Communitees
Adriana McCreer, Doctoral Student, UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies; Rene Bue, Bilingual Outreach Coordinator, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville

The ABCDs of Relationships with Multicultural Communities

♦Library Interiors: Maximum Impact for Minimum Input
Traci Lesneski, Principal, Head of Interiors, Library Design Firm MS&R Ltd, Minneapolis

PowerPoint (PDF)

♦College Access Programming for Teens
La Crosse Center South Hall - B4

Laurie Bartz, Young Adult Librarian, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville; Diana McDonald, Reference Librarian, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville; Tammi DeVooght-Blaney, Director, TRiO Educational Talent Search (ETS), UW Fox Valley; Jill Hassenfelt, College Access Advising Supervisor, Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation

College Access Advising Intro
College Goal Workshop Schedule
PowerPoint (pdf)

4:15 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

♦Accessibility Best Practices for Instruction Librarians
Anjali Bhasin, Public Services Librarian, UW-Madison SLIS; Anna Fulton, Research Intern, UW-Madison; Brianne Markowski, Research Intern, UW-Madison; Trisha Prosise; Librarians at UW-Madison

Accessibility Guide for Instruction Librarians
Accessibility Best Practices

Powerpoint (PDF)

 

♦Using Space Analysis to Improve User Experience
Gretel Stock-Kupperman, Director, Todd Wehr Memorial Library, Viterbo University, La Crosse; Liz Bass, Information Services Manager, Todd Wehr Memorial Library, Viterbo University, La Crosse

Prezi

♦Wisconsin Open Meeting Laws
La Crosse Center South Hall - Board Room C

Marla Sepnafski, Director, Wisconsin Valley Library Service, Wausau; Heather Eldred, Director Emerita, Wisconsin Valley Library Service, Wausau; Augo Hildebrand, Accounting Manager, Wisconsin Valley Library Service, Wausau

Open Meetings Law Bibliography
Open Meetings Law Quiz
Quote

Friday

8:45 - 10:00 a.m.

♦Can I Answer That? Assisting Customers with Legal Information Questions
Connie Von Der Heide, Director of Reference and Outreach Services, Wisconsin State Law Library, Madison

Can I Answer That

♦Using Twitter As a Powerful Social Medium for Libraries
Judith Pinger, Coordinator of Business and Technology, Milwaukee Public Library

Handout (pdf)

 

10:30 - 11:45 a.m.

♦Bringing Boisterous Boys Back to the Library
Terry Ehle, Youth Services Coordinator, Lester Public Library, Two Rivers

Texas hold 'em rules
Water games
Horror trivia
Gamecube bracket
Programs that worked
Edible fear factor permission
Final maze Survivor night
Late night permission

♦Common Threads: Our Community Tapestry
Rene Bue, Bilingual Outreach Coordinator, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville; Michelle Dennis, Head of Circulation, Hedberg Public Library, Janesville

Common Threads: Our Community Tapestry 

♦Public Libraries Supporting Innovation: Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Clearance 101
La Crosse Center South Hall - Board Room B

Kristina Gómez, Patent and Trademark Librarian, Milwaukee Public Library; Rose Fortier, Digital Projects Librarian, Milwaukee Public LIbrary

PowerPoint (pdf)