Upcoming CE opportunities
We have some exciting CE workshops and other opportunities coming up this Fall! Join us for "Developing Successful Teen Programs and Activities Groups" on Thursday, September 13th at the Appleton Public Library. The workshop will be led by a panel of local librarians who are doing exciting things with the teens in their communities. This will be a hands-on workshop, and you'll leave with a plan for how you can create successful teen programming at your library. Register for this program today!
Among the other online classes available this Fall, we will be offering an OPAL session with K.G. Schneider, the Free Range Librarian, entitled "Death to Jargon!" Learn writing techniques that will showcase your services and collections while avoiding library jargon. View details on this class and other online opportunities.
Watch for "Ethics, MySpace and the Public Library" coming in December. Elizabeth Buchanan from the UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies will be here to help us explore how public libraries are responding to the MySpace phenomenon by looking at emerging ethical issues. You won't want to miss it.
And remember to sign up for Project Play when registration opens on August 15th!
>> contributed by Beth