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Deana Brown published Call for Proposals: Southwest Idaho Library Association 2018 Annual Conference in Blog 2018-02-26 14:07:31 -0700
“SWILA 2018: Cultivating Connections"
Monday, April 9th 8:30am - 4 pm
Library! at Bown Crossing
Proposals on any aspect of cultivating connections in libraries are welcome. Topics welcomed might include outreach to specific populations, connecting through collections, programming ideas that foster connection, creating connections with colleagues, and the list can go on, but we do have a limited time frame for the day. So, if you are passionate about these or other ways you help cultivate connections, and can give some helpful advice, tips, tricks, or ideas please submit!
We are seeking 45 minute presentations, facilitated discussions, or interactive workshops. Don’t forget to leave time for questions!
Submissions due Friday March 9th by 5pm :)
Thank you all for your time and enthusiasm!
SWILA 2018 planning team
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