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 Export to Your Calendar 12/20/2990
Where: United States
Contact: 513-751-4422

Online registration is available until: 12/20/2990
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  • Academic Library Staff
  • Adult Services Staff
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  • Children's Services
  • Circulation
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  • Programming & Event-planners
  • Public Library Staff
  • Reference
  • School Library Media Specialists
  • Special Library Staff
  • Support Staff
  • Technical Services
  • Tween Services
  • YA Services
  • Technology Staff
  • Everyone!

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  • Adult & Older Adult Services
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  • Adult Readers’ Advisory
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  • Collections for Children
  • Children’s Programming
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  • Patron Training
  • Public Access Technology
  • Young Adult Services
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  • Young Adult Programming
  • Technology Competencies: Systems & IT
  • All IT
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  • Technology Planning
  • Web Design & Development


8:30 - Doors open & Coffee & Donuts served

9:00-9:30 - "Program Title," presented by Jane Doe, Example Library System.

Programs and Presenters:

Program title.
Designed to engage and enhance both readers’ advisory and read aloud repertoires for librarians and teachers, this is a dynamic look at what’s new in nonfiction and graphic novels from preschool through teen literature published in 2017.  Most of these titles have had quiet press, so there will be “gems” to find for everyone.  Additional topics covered include any 2018 Youth Media Award winners from the genres, favorite publishers/series, and how to design a story program that includes non-fiction especially for school age children.

Author name followed by their bio. If possible, the author should be written in 3rd person, and should follow this starting look: "Jane Doe has worked in libraries..."


OLC accepts up to [x] CEUs

KDLA accepts up to [x] CEUs

ISL accepts up to [x] LEU/TLEUs


Employees of Supporting Member Institutions - $
Geographic Members in our Ohio service area - $
Everyone Else - $

Optional Box Lunch - $15
Early Bird Special - Receive $5 off your ticket price when you register before xxx (this should be a month out)

Light Breakfast & Boxed Lunches:

A light breakfast of coffee, donuts & other snacks is included in the cost of your registration and a separate box lunch is available for purchase. Otherwise, feel free to pack a lunch or dine out at to nearby nearby restaurant!

We can accommodate most special food requests -- the vegan & gluten free options will usually be a salad. When you register, you will be given food choice options and a write-in area if you need to explain more or have an allergy or sensitivity you'd like to share.

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