Category: Conference News

Kansas Best Small Public Library Award

By , 07/03/2013

KLA and Auto-Graphics Annual Award for
Excellence in a Small Kansas Public Library

Are you doing creative activities and programming in your library?

Are you excited to share this information with other librarians?

Are you a small public library serving a taxing district with less than 5,000 people?

If the answer to all these questions is yes, you should apply for the Best Small Kansas Public Library Award!

Application deadline is August 9th, but the application is easy – give it a shot.

For the guidelines and application, click here

Questions? Send an email to Cathy Reeves: cathyr@dcpl.info

The selection committee will review the applications soon after August 9th and make their selection.

We’ll see you and make the announcement at the Kansas Library Conference in Topeka in October, 2013.

Kansas Library Conference Update

By , 04/05/2013

Now available: Conference Proposal form – online at the KLA webpage under conference

School librarians should check the KASL webpage as well.

And don’t forget the general conference website

While there, check into becoming a KLA member. It’s worth your while!

 

And don’t forget to:

Join Our KLIC
(Kansas Librarians and Infogeek Conferees)
At The Kansas Library Conference
October 9-10-11, 2013Topeka
Watch for more information!

Upcoming Conference Dates

By , 06/29/2012

Kansas Library Conference 2013, October 9-11, 2013, Topeka, Capitol Plaza Hotel
Kansas Library Conference 2014, October 29-31, 2014, Wichita, Hyatt Regency

Both of these conferences will be held in conjunction with the Kansas Association of School Librarians (KASL).

Kansas Library Conference 2015 will likely be a bi-state joint conference with the Missouri Library Association. Dates and location TBD.

Hope to see you there!

Evaluate Conference

By , 04/12/2012

Online Evaluation and 

Program Session Evaluation

for the 2012 Kansas Library Conference
I Geek Kansas Libraries

are now open.

Visit the 2012 Conference Web site for Handouts

For fun: Jeff Imparato’s Engeeklopedia Kansasiana (5/17/2012)

 

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