Westchester Library Association Annual Conference, May 11, Tarrytown, NY

Westchester Library Association Annual Conference

Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown, NY
Friday, May 11, 2012

The theme of this year’s conference is “Traversing the Tightrope: Sustaining Libraries”

Join us to examine and discuss the “high-wire act” that library professionals continuously perform to better serve our communities and ensure sustainability for the near future and beyond. The WLA board has planned some exciting workshops and speakers of interest for academic, children/YA, reference, support staff and library supporters.

Registration starts at 8:00am

Programs start at 9:30am and include:

Technology Tools and Universal Design

E-books and E-book Collection Development

Reading Rants: Reluctant Readers, Blogs & Youth Services

E-books 2012: What’s on the Catwalk?

Choosing Web 2.0 Tools for Learning and Teaching

Flexing Your Communication Style

Help! The Future has Arrived and I’m Behind


Technology Petting Zoo

Panel Discussion on the Sustainability of Libraries

If an all day conference doesn’t fit your schedule, join us for a morning, an afternoon or just for lunch and the keynote speaker, Alice Ozma, author of The Reading Promise: My Father and the Books we Shared.

Conference Registration:

Early Bird Discounted Registration Extended to April 23rd
-a savings of $10 on each registration-

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