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Rose Nelson <[log in to unmask]>
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Tired of the same old, same old? 


Let's give everyone at this year's CAL conference a little WOW!
As in: Wow, that was fun and different! 
Wow, that was so helpful, I can't wait to try that at my library!


Treat your library colleagues to a little WOW by presenting a program
that goes beyond the usual. 
This year's conference-Power On: Avenues for the Future-is your chance
to get creative, get bold. Take a risk where the audience is eager and


But, wow, the deadline to propose a program is quickly approaching;
proposals must be received by 11:30 p.m. on SUNDAY, MAY 17.


So start thinking inspiring, surprising and, of course, timely and

Then visit <>  to submit your
proposal for a pre-conference program or workshop.
And don't forget: you can use the workshop proposal form to have your
original research considered for the peer-reviewed session. 


Questions? Contact Jen Cotton at [log in to unmask] or
303-986-1501 x2627


*Pre-conference programs are half- or full-day sessions that will take
place on Thursday, November 19th. These sessions provide more in-depth
discussion of topics than workshops offer.


*Workshops are 50-minute sessions that will be presented on Friday,
November 20th and Saturday, November 21st.  These sessions give an
overview on topics of interest. 



The 2009 Colorado Association of Libraries annual conference will be
held November 19-21 at the Marriott Denver Tech Center.