NHLA 2018 Small Libraries Summit
Thursday, April 26, 2018
NH Municipal Building (LGC)
Make checks payable to NHLA and send to Sylvie Brikiatis, NHLA President,
Nesmith Public Library, 8 Fellows Rd. Windham, NH 03087 (van stop:Windham).
Register soon, but before April 19, 2018. Please refer to the NHLA Cancellation Policy.
25 Triangle Park Drive, Concord, NH
(Across from the Steeplegate Mall, near Target)
10:30 – 11 AM
Registration & Coffee
11 - 12:15 PM
“Everything You Will Never Learn in Library School”
With panelists Lori Fisher, Director, Baker Free Library in Bow; Allen Jon Kinnaman, Director, James E. Nichols Library in Center Harbour; Brendan Chella, Head of Adult Services, Merrimack Public Library.
12:15 - 1:15 PM
1:15 - 2:30 PM
“Great Programming on a Small Budget”
With panelists Kayla Morin, Children’s Services & Programming, Goodwin Library in Farmington; Brittany Overton, Director, Minot-Sleeper Library in Bristol; Tara McKenzie, Head of Youth Services, Conway Public Library; Laura Clerkin, Director, Bethlehem Public Library.
2:30 - 3 PM
Questions? Contact Lara Croft, NHLA Small Libraries Summit Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-436-5154
Thursday May 17th 2018
8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Pat’s Peak Banquet Center
686 Flanders Rd, Henniker, NH 03242(603) 428-3245
Wear something related to “LIBRARIES ROCK” for a free raffle ticket!
8:30-9:00 Registration, coffee and morning refreshments
9:00-9:30 CLNH Business Meeting
10:00-11:15 Grace Lin: Putting Books to Work. We often hear that "diverse" books just don't circulate, that kids don't gravitate towards them. If we take this as true, how do we change that?
11:30-12:30 Build a Better Collection
1:45-3:00 Great Stone Face Tea
3:00-3:30 Wrap Up and Raffle
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 1st, 2018
EVERYONE must register via Wild Apricot to secure a spot at the conference.
CLNH Members $50
NHSLMA Members $50
Registration fees can be paid with a credit card or PayPal. Purchase orders cannot be accepted.
If you need to pay by check, please fill out this form and send it with your check. Make check payable to NHLA-CLNH. Send both FORM AND CHECK by van to Portsmouth Public Library attn: Susan Laun or mail them to Susan Laun c/o Portsmouth Public Library 175 Parrott Avenue Portsmouth NH 03801.
You’ve tackled the basics, now come learn how to catalog more than simple monograph records. We will focus on cataloging with RDA guidelines. This class will cover creating original MARC records for items from the normal DVDs that you might see more often, to the unique local collections you might want to add like novelty cake pans. You will learn about small scale systems used for cataloging like LibraryThing and Libib. Come ready with your thinking caps on as this class will be part lecture and part workshop. The Paralibrarian basic cataloging class is a prerequisite. Teacher: Brittney Bergholm
This “Internet Self-Defense for Librarians” workshop is designed to teach best practices for online security which encompasses the essential, recommended and the suggested range of tools and practices for everyday employment. The workshop will follow the general subject framework of “First Things First > The Threat Landscape”, "Must do's > Things that every library should be doing right now. No excuses", "Should do's > Things that every library should work towards implementing", "Nice to do's > Things you should consider implementing at your library”. Participants are encouraged to bring mobile devices with them for hands-on demos and will leave the workshop with practical know-how and knowledge about best practices for internet security. Teachers: Mark Glisson and Chuck McAndrews
The NHLA Conference Committee is excited about our 2019 Spring Conference to be held May 9th and 10th, 2019 at Mill Falls in Meredith, NH. We are working hard to plan a conference that will educate, inform, inspire, and motivate our colleagues. We would like to invite you to be a part of our efforts and appreciate your support of New Hampshire libraries.
Your participation will allow attendees to have access to your services and products during our designated vendor breaks. We hope you will sign up for a table or consider being a conference sponsor for our lunchtime Keynote Speakers or for our Cocktail reception to be held the evening of May 9th.
Vendor Hall Table $600:
The rate includes a table with linens and skirt in the designated vendor hall, exclusive vendor times in the conference schedule, inclusion in the conference program, wireless Internet access, electricity (if needed), meals for one vendor representative and on-site parking.
The rate includes a table with linens and skirt in the designated vendor hall, exclusive vendor times in the conference schedule, recognition as a conference sponsor during all food breaks, displaying of banner (if provided), your business logo on conference promotional materials, inclusion in the conference program as a sponsor, wireless Internet access, electricity (if needed), meals for one vendor representative and on-site parking.
Please contact Denise van Zanten, Conference Co-Chair, for more information at email@example.com. You will be sent a vendor exhibitor agreement for completion. Formal notification will be sent, along with your table assignment, when the completed agreement is received and reviewed. Payment in full is due by January 1, 2019.
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