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Support Staff and Circulation Services Section One Day Conference, May 28, Beloit Public Library

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The Support Staff and Circulation Services Section's annual one-day conference, "SSCS: Your Gateway to Library Success," will be held on Thursday, May 28, at the Beloit Public Library. You are invited to join us for a day of interesting and informative programs on a variety of library topics. Check out the details on the conference page and register! We look forward to seeing you in Beloit!...
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2015 WAPL Conference, May 6-8, Hotel Mead, Wisconsin Rapids

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The advance registration deadline for WAPL 2015: Ride the Rapids of Change, May 6-8, has been extended until May 1st! Be sure to register by May 1st to take advantage of pre-conference registration discounts -- an onsite registration surcharge will apply if you register onsite. Also, there will be no onsite registration for meals, so to attend the breakfasts and author luncheons you must register by May 1st. Click here for the online registration or click here to download a paper application. Feel free to contact the WLA office: wla@wisconsinlibraries.org or 608.245.3640 if you have any questions or need assistance with registration or special accommodations. We hope to see you in Wisconsin Rapids!...
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Martin Alvarado has been chosen as the 2015 Paralibrarian Award Recipient

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Martin was nominated by members of the Madison Public Library staff based on his commitment to free access to information, his ability to form partnerships and his creativity in his many outreach efforts. Martin’s wide-ranging skills and abilities make him an ideal candidate for the 2015 Paralibrarian. The Paralibrarian of the Year Award was created to recognize the contributions made by paralibrarians and support staff, and to help them further their education through a scholarship to aid in the completion of a bachelor’s of science degree in Information Science and Technology or a Master of Library and Information Science degree through UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies (UW-Milwaukee SOIS) The Wisconsin Library Association Paralibrarian of the Year Award recognizes the essential role of paralibrarians, including all library support staff, who do not currently have an MLIS in providing excellent library service in Wisconsin. This award places special emphasis on efforts to further...
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Government Information Day is May 29th

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REGISTRATION Is now open, either online or use the PDF! Government Information Day 2015 will take place on May 29, in Room 126, Memorial Library on the UW-Madison Campus, and we want to hear from you! For the program this year, we are trying something a little different. We would like to do a “Best Practices Exchange” in which we invite conference attendees to share what they are doing in their libraries. Some suggested topics:  Has your library created any libguides or databases on local government, or any other government information topic? Has your library done any digitizing of government information (local or otherwise)? What practices, reference or technical services, do you use in your library to help make your job more efficient? Do you have any news to share with the group regarding government information in your library? Other topic that you would like to share.   We are interested...
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2015 WLA/WEMTA Intellectual Freedom Award Winner

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Marti Koller, English Department Chair at the Baldwin-Woodville High School, is the winner of the 2015 Intellectual Freedom Award. The award is given jointly by the Wisconsin Library Association (WLA) and the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association (WEMTA). A long-time advocate of intellectual freedom, Koller has battled censorship and educated students about the principles of intellectual freedom and first amendment rights. In her work as a classroom teacher she has incorporated awareness of free speech, censorship, and intellectual freedom into the curriculum to inform and empower students on their academic journeys and beyond into their adult lives. Koller has resisted efforts to restrict content and materials, as well as holding administration accountable for following school board policy in formal reconsideration of materials both in her classes and in others. The authors of the nomination letter recommending Koller wrote “on multiple occasions, she has lead a charge to protect the shelves...
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