Wednesday, August 17, 2016
CKLS Headquarters, 1409 Williams Street, Great Bend
8:30 am to 3:30 pm

Lunch will be a free potato bar and soup.

Immediately after lunch a short business meeting will pass the CKLS budget.

Libraries not sending their voting official CKLS representative should send a proxy. More information on proxy voting is available here.

Here are some presentations at this year’s event.

  • Downloading inappropriate content (movies) in the library – Shannon Reid-Wheat, Council Grove Library
  • Improving Collection Development with Ingram’s iMatch and Library Aware – Gail Santy, CKLS
  • Backup and online storage options – Maribeth Shafer, CKLS
  • MedlinePlus and more online resource – Alicia Lillich, University of Kansas
  • Library catalogs are becoming more important than ever – Crystal Hutchinson and Kathy Rippel
  • Can Goodreads ratings and award winners suggest better books that circulate well? Yes – Chris Rippel, CKLS
  • Chris Rippel’s brief retirement party at the end of the day

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Handouts are available here after the event.
 
Tuesday, September 13, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm: CKLSsavethedatetrain
Contact Person: Patty Collins
 
"I think you can, I think you can, I think you can... Create amazing library programs for children of all ages!"
 
Topics to be covered include:
Using props in library programs
Working with presenters and guest readers
CKLS Services Show & Tell
Baby/Toddler Time vs. Storytime - What's the difference?
PRIZES and much more...
 
Light refreshments will be served.
Lunch is on your own.

Register for this event.

Friday, October 14, 2016
Salina Public Library, 301 W. Elm Street, Prescott Room in basement
librarieseducation

This workshop is free to everyone.
Lunch is on your own.

Valerie Gross explores how “strategic vocabulary” links libraries to education. This new vocabulary revolutionizes the community’s and community leaders’ perception of public libraries. This presentation offers many examples of how changes in vocabulary lead to changes in the community’s perception of the library and library staff. Valerie Gross, for example, is described as the President & CEO for the Howard County Library System. How does using President & CEO change the perception of library’s and Valerie’s worth?

Presenter: Valerie Gross, President and CEO of Howard County Library System and author of Transforming Our Image: Building Our Brand

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