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WAPL Conference Registration Is Open!

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on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 in WLA News
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Spring is in the air, it must be time to register for the 2012 WAPL conference! Get ready for exciting programs, educational speakers, professional development and lots of fun with fellow colleagues! Mark your calendars for the 2012 WAPL conference at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center in Stevens Point:Date: May 9 – May 11Location: Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center, Stevens PointRegistration and program information for the 2012 WAPL Conference can be found at http://www.wla.lib.wi.us/wapl/conferences/2012/registration.htmInformation about the Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center, Stevens Point can be found at http://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/us/en/stevens-point/steaa/hoteldetail--Tim Powers, WAPL Conference Publicity Chairtim.powers@city.fitchburg.wi.us...

Call for program proposals: WAPL Spring Conference!

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on Friday, December 09, 2011 in Uncategorized
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The WAPL 2012 Spring Conference Planning Committee invites proposals for breakout sessions for “Share the Driving” – WAPL 2012: May 9 – 11, 2012 Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center 1001 Amber Avenue Stevens Point WI 54482Proposals for presentations, panels and workshops are welcome. Possible topic ideas include (but are not limited to):• Multigenerational programming• Starting and nurturing a Friends’ Group• Creative ways to work with Boards of Trustees• Relationship building with municipalities• Methods for delegating to staff• Work flow management• Community feedback on library services• Collaborating with local resources for public relations• Visioning with educational institutions• Volunteer success stories• Teamwork with other non-profits• Libraries as early literacy builders• Neighboring libraries working together• Innovative ways of working with youth• The current technological frontier• Wakanheza—a winning concept for everyone• Local authors and how to work with themSessions / programs generally run 60-75 minutes in length. Every WLA unit has a special perspective to...