May 2019


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CALCON 2019 is shaking things up! Seven Pre-Conference workshops are available from some fantastic Colorado-based organizations.

  1.  Colorado Department of Education: Pushing the Sage off the Stage and Putting the Learner First
  2.  Emporia State University: It’s a Free Country – Stop Trying to Censor Me (presented by the Intellectual Freedom Committee)
  3.  CLIC: Your Library and the 2020 Census
  4.  MARMOT: A Day at the S.P.A.: Security, Privacy, and Accessibility in Library Services
  5.  Space Science Institute: Computational Thinking for n00bs: Providing Equitable and Inclusive Programs for All Libraries
  6.  University of Colorado - Denver: Transforming our School Libraries Through Inclusive Leadership in the Digital Age
  7.  National Network of Libraries of Medicine: Stand Up For Health: Health and Wellness Services for Your Community for Public Libraries

Make sure to indicate your preconference choice when you register. Click here<> to get started. Full Conference registration (which includes the Pre-Conference!) is only $260 for CAL Members.

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Christine Kreger
Professional Development Consultant
Colorado State Library, Library Development
P 303.866.6946
201 East Colfax Avenue, Room 308, Denver, CO 80203
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