The “City of Four Lakes” has excitement and a lot to offer. But don’t take our word for it….see it for yourself!
Registration is now open for the “Survive and Thrive” 2011 WAPL Conference. This year’s conference will be held May 4-6 at the Sheraton Hotel in
“We have a well-rounded and outstanding selection of programs available this year,” said Brian Kopetsky, conference chair. “Librarians in the public sector will be pleased with what’s offered.”
Kicking things off on Thursday, May 5, will be keynote Tom Peters. Peters is the founder and CEO of TAP Information Services in
Thursday’s luncheon speakers feature Dr. Jack Norman and Joe Fahey of Institute for
Besides the luncheons and keynote address, several break-out sessions are planned. Digitization, using e-books, budgeting, swapping story times and weeding are just a few of the hot topics that will be covered.
The conference rate is $75 for WLA members and $100 for non-members. Rooms can be reserved for $109 per night at the Sheraton Hotel. The hotel features comfortable rooms, free wi-fi, a pool, fitness center and fine dining.
For conference, hotel or registration information, visit the conference website at http://www.wla.lib.wi.us/conferences/.