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2009 SWILA Brochure


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Region 3, Southwest Idaho Library Association

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2009 SWILA Brochure

  1. 1. ~ VENDOR BREAK 9:15 - 9:30 ~ SESSION TWO 10:45 - 11:45 PROGRAM REGISTRATION SESSION ONE 9:30 - 10:30 8:00 - 8:30 Registration Integrating Puppetry Into The School / Library Program. Lori Graybeal | Carolyn Hotchkiss Name 8:30 - 8:45 Welcome & Opening Remarks Teaming with Teens: Library Advisory Boards, A. Creating puppets & skits with items 8:45 - 9:15 Keynote: Yasmin Aguilar Student Assistants, Book Clubs and more – how available in your library with little or no cost. 12:00 -1:30 Lunch | Vendors Library to build strong programs with the teens @ your B. Using puppets in your library can: library. Gena Marker 3:45 - 4:00 Closing remarks -> bringing stories alive using curriculum ties and extension activities This discussion will involve programming ideas Street Address -> encourage creative expression that target and involve teens, especially in Please mark the programs you plan to attend so -> help monitor student behaviors secondary school libraries. presenters may prepare a sufficient number of C. Receive a complete bibliography of City, State & Zip Code Phone Number handouts. information covered. Summer Reading for ALL Ages @ your library!! SESSION ONE—9:30 to 10:30 Kathleen Stadler | Jody Vestal  Highlighting the quot;Be Outside Campaignquot; Teaming with Teens: how to build strong E-mail Stephanie Bailey-White Jody Vestal and Kathy Stalder, Boise Public programs with the teens @ your library Librarians, will show and tell their summer  REGISTRATION FEE: The Idaho Children and Nature Network is a Summer Reading for ALL Ages @ your library!! reading programs for children, teens and adults.  group of over 40 representatives from Idaho city, AM PM $15 half day fee (members) SPLAT 102 state and federal agencies and organizations with  Maximizing Your Professional Development SPLAT 102 AM PM $40 half day fee (non-members) the mission to “connect children with nature in Memo Cordova | Stephanie Bailey-White | Dylan Idaho, from backyards to mountaintops.” Learn $27 ILA Member (Lunch included) SESSION TWO—10:45 to 11:45 Baker (virtually) | Anna Warns (virtually) how your library can be a part of this exciting  Integrating Puppetry Into The School/Library $52 ILA Non-member (Lunch included) project! SPLAT presents six mini-presentations of five Program  No Refunds minutes each! Dylan and Anna will present a  Free Web Tools: serving library customer needs Highlighting the quot;Be Outside Campaignquot; variety show (Five Minute Special)! Memo will  Memo Cordova | Ellie Dworak | Kim Leeder | Free Web Tools For ILA membership information: present screen capturing utilities! ILA SPLAT Sara Seely  ROOM! Stephanie will present on movie maker! Wrangling Digital Collection into Existence Join four inventive librarians as we demonstrate And another surprise SPLAT 101 attendee will Please make checks payable & mail by April 1st to: SESSION THREE—1:30 to 2:30 how to use free Web tools to improve library talk about what they liked! And then five minutes ILA SW Regional Conference services. Because these tools are free, simple to of what's coming soon for SPLAT!!!  Book Club in a Bag Shirley Biladeau use, and customizable, they can enhance library  Extreme Booktalking! Idaho Commission for Libraries services without the steep learning curve and Maximizing Your Professional Development  325 West State Street huge time commitment that providing high eBooks: Easy, Expansive, Efficient Shirley Biladeau Boise, ID 83702-6072  quality Web content used to require. Working with Difficult Patrons Continuing Education opportunities for staff Questions? Please contact Committee Chair involved with libraries can be overwhelming in Wrangling Digital Collections Into Existence SESSION FOUR– 2:45 to 3:45 Shirley Biladeau by phone at 334-2150 or today’s online world. Learn about free – as well Rick Stoddart |Amy Vecchione |Erin Passehl  Creating and Using Digital Booktalks in Your as discounted opportunities that are available This presentation will highlight local/regional Library online. Determining the competencies needed  efforts to digitize library collections. Presenters Setting the Scene: Adult “Themed” Mystery Book Conference location: along with a professional development plan can will provide useful tools for getting started with Groups Kathryn Albertson International Center, help you stay on track toward your career goals. your digital collection and tips to avoid potential  College of Idaho Website Usability Made Easy pitfalls. This presentation is geared to librarians 2112 Cleveland Blvd. Caldwell, ID 83651  Starting From Scratch: Lessons Learned of all types (school, public, academic, and ~ VENDOR BREAK 10:30 - 10:45 ~ special).
  2. 2. IDAHO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION SESSION FOUR 2:45 - 3:45 Southwest Regional Conference LUNCH | VENDORS Creating and Using Digital Booktalks in Your 12 - 1:30 Library. Kit Parker Solid Assets: The use and creation of digital booktalks, or book SESSION THREE 1:30 - 2:30 trailers will be shared. Student and librarian created book trailers will be viewed. Technical Book Club in a Bag Leveraging Your advice and software recommendations to create Megan Olivier | Becky Proctor your own. Use in various formats to promote your Book Clubs are a great way to promote the love of library and its books. Library in Times reading for pleasure, while enhancing literacy and social skills. We will provide ideas and resources for Setting the Scene: Adult “Themed” Mystery Book planning and promoting your Book Club, choosing Groups. Laura Olson of Change and getting books, creating a fun discussion/theme How do you like your Mystery? Cozy, Romantic, party, and networking your Book Club in a Bag with Hard Boiled or with Vampires? Imagine a book other librarians. Participants will decorate their own discussion with other mystery fans who like it just book bag and take home plenty of handouts. the opposite! Learn how to have a fun and lively book discussion at your own library when Extreme Booktalking! members have entirely different tastes. Liesl Seborg | Ezequiel Luna We will demonstrate different styles of booktalking Website Usability Made Easy and provide tools and tips to generate positive Ellie Dworak results. The participant will leave able to The goal of this presentation is to help you successfully booktalk anything! improve your library website through audience testing, accessibility testing, and other eBooks: Easy, Expansive, Efficient methodologies. You will leave with a basic Charlotte Fowles understanding of website usability and eBooks can be part of your library’s Ready accessibility, understand several simple ways to Reference Collection and so much more. Find out discover and remedy problems, and learn about about the newest full-text titles added to the other resources to expand your knowledge. APRIL 8, 2009 collection along with some ways to incorporate this valuable, reliable, and free resource into your 8:00 AM ~ 4:00 PM Starting From Scratch: Lessons Learned library’s collection. Jim Pace Idaho Commission for Libraries ILA SW Regional Conference Since the end of August Jim has had the opportunity Working with Difficult Patrons to start a small college library from scratch, Joy Lear | Laura Olsen literally from bare walls. Jim will briefly review his Our presentation is based on the PLA 2008 Boise, ID 83702-6072 experiences, outline issues along the way, and get a workshop by Johnson County Library with their discussion going on how one might, with hindsight KATHRYN ALBERTSON permission to share. Learn 18 tools for more 325 W. State St. and with the collected wisdom of the audience, Shirley Hansen INTERNATIONAL CENTER effective communication when working with a approach the challenge of creating a library. difficult patron. We will be encouraging audience College of Idaho participation and sharing of ideas – what works, 2112 Cleveland Blvd. what doesn’t! Closing Remarks Caldwell, ID 83651 Susan Nickels, SWILA Conference Co-chair ~ VENDOR BREAK 2:30 - 2:45 ~ Final Evaluations & Door Prizes