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OLSSI 2017: Peace, Love, Libraries
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Not a SWON Event - Early bird registration for $275 until May 6, registration $299 otherwise. Each year’s OLSSI gathering takes place in a short retreat away from the workplace in an educational and entertaining environment. By providing continuing education opportunities for library support staff, OLSSI aspires to revitalize their enthusiasm for library work to make our libraries and ourselves better than ever!

 Export to Your Calendar 7/30/2017 to 8/1/2017
When: Sunday, July 30, 2017
Where: Central State University
Lane Dr
Xenia, Ohio  45385
United States
Contact: Gina Maida
http://olssi.org/

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This is not a SWON event.

More information: http://olssi.org/

Register: http://olssi.org/registration/

OLSSI 2017: Peace, Love, Libraries

 

It’s time again for OLSSI: The Ohio Library Support Staff Institute.  Please feel free to share this message with others who might be interested.

  

This year’s conference will be at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, which is about a half hour east of Dayton. 

 

We have an excellent array of classes this year – http://olssi.org/classes/ .

 

We are also offering a reduced-rate Early Bird registration, and three scholarships that will allow one person each to attend absolutely free –http://olssi.org/scholarships/ .

 

Important dates:

·    Early Bird Registration: Now, through May 6, 2017

·    Regular Registration: May 7 - July 14, 2017

·    OLSSI 2017: July 30 – August 1 at Central State University

 

We hope to see you at OLSSI 2017:

Peace, Love, Libraries!

 

 

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