Ever since reading about the Kansas Library Camp on David Lee King’s blog I’ve been plotting how to crash the party (I’m in Missouri). It’s only a four hour drive and the chance to mingle with some great minds, sounds just too good to pass up.
From the site:
Think some of the most valuable and most productive sessions at conferences are the hallway and dinner conversations?
Want to get to know some of your forward-thinking Kansas library colleagues better?
Join us at Library Camp Kansas: the first Un-conference for people interested in customer-friendly libraries, library 2.0 and thinking about how we can all improve our services and organizations to meet the needs of our communities.
This is not a conference with experts behind a podium. It is an opportunity for dialogue and conversation. Sound good to you? Join us on Wednesday, March 19, at K-State’s Hale Library!
My plans were successful and today I registered! I’m looking forward to hearing some great new ideas and meeting some wonderful people!
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