Cultivating Your Influence: How to Be a Leading Librarian

Friday, June 26, 2015 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm

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Pacific Suite A

Becoming a leader can be an intimidating prospect for many new (and not-so-new) librarians. In this session, a diverse panel of librarians will provide insight on how to make it happen! No matter your career level or library type, being a leading advocate is an important component of librarianship and is critical when rallying support for ideas, services, and library users. Join us to learn from leading librarians on how to make your voice heard. Our featured speakers/workshop facilitators are Ingrid Abrams (Brooklyn Public Library), Shannon McClintock Miller (teacher librarian and technology integration specialist), Michelle Millet (John Carroll University), and Wick Thomas (Kansas City Public Library).

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$55 - $105
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Monday, June 22, 2015 - 8:20am PDT
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Any chance of getting a copy of Ingrid Abrams and Michelle Millet's presentations? Thanks.

Thanks, Dani!