[kids-lib] CSD can help you attend the ALSC Virtual Institute!
natashaf at multcolib.org
Thu Jun 16 13:58:25 PDT 2016
*Want to attend a national conference for children's library staff, but
don't have the travel time or money? Now is your chance - and OLA's
Children's Services Division (CSD) can help! *
ALA's Association for Library Services to Children's (ALSC) 2016 National
Institute in September is going to be a completely virtual conference for
the first and perhaps *only* time. That means NO travel is necessary, and
it's far less expensive - and CSD can save you money on registration!
The 2016 ALSC Virtual Institute is everything you need in one place -
programming, keynotes, networking, discussion forums, and much more. Learn
more about the Virtual Institute on the ALSC website
*Save money on registration!*
Registration for the institute
cheaper with the group registration option. To qualify for ALSC's group
rate you must have at least 5 people in your group, and the more people in
your group the cheaper it is per person.
So how does CSD save you money? Apply for a CSD scholarship
<http://www.csdola.org/scholarships.html> for up to $500! Scholarship
applications for groups of people representing at least 3 Oregon libraries
will be get preference when scholarships are awarded. If you have questions
about CSD's scholarships, contact Barratt Miller at csd at olaweb.org.
Natasha Forrester Campbell, Youth Librarian, MLS
Hollywood Library - a branch of the Multnomah County Library District
4040 NE Tillamook, Portland, OR 97212
Regular schedule: Sunday - Thursday
“People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other
way around.” - from Witches Abroad by Terry Pratchett
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