MT State Library WORKSHOPS
September 7, 2017 - REGISTRATION IS OPEN - login to the MSL Library Directory to register - seats in some sessions are extremely limited.
CLICK HERE to view the Bozemen schedule-at-a-glance
CLICK HERE to view the detailed program
September 7th 9 am - 4:30 pm
Homewood Suites, 1023 Baxter Lane, Bozeman
- Christine McPhee, Okanagan Library District, Kelowna, BC CE: 3 library administration Stumbling on Success: Library revitalization through community engagement
- Jo Flick, MT State Library CE: 1.5 technology Build a Digital Map: Hands on with Montana GIS resources
- Jo Flick, MT State Library CE: 1.5 technology A Tangled Web: Are your website & social media working?
- Lauren McMullen, MT State Library CE: 3 library services to the public Customer Service: It's in your DNA, right?
- Paul LaChappelle, MT State University Extension CE: 3 library services to the public Crucial Conversations
About the Homewood Suites Hotel:
Reserve your room no later than 8/7 to assure the state rate of $152 (406) 587-8180 - mention the Montana State Library room block to secure this rate. Summer rates still apply in Bozeman; the conference rate is a 20% discount over the standard rate at this hotel and is the state authorized rate for Bozeman in the summer. There are many other hotel options nearby as well, though rooms fill up fast with summer visitors and college activities.
Stay and extra day and double your professional development:
September 8th 9 am - 4:30 pm
Bozeman Public Library - Large Meeting Room
Trustee & library administrator's seminar:
Working Together: Building & nurturing positive relationships with governing agencies & the community
presented by the Local Government Center of Montana State University
6 CE: library administration
Registration is open in the MT
CLICK HERE for detailed information
Travel stipends are available for NEW public library directors and for public library trustees. Contact Joann Flick email@example.com for more information about stipends
MSL Workshops & Trustee training seminars are planned and presented with support from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.