Lake Superior Libraries Symposium announces a call for posters

The Lake Superior Libraries Symposium is announcing a “Call for Posters” as part of its June 1 Conference in Superior. Librarians, educators and organizations from Wisconsin, Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are encouraged to submit a poster proposal to promote their programs, resources, and research. To sign up, visit click here.

The Lake Superior Libraries Symposium will provide a 6′ x 18″ table, power supply and Wi-Fi for poster sessions. Posters will be set up from 12 to 3 p.m. in the Conference Center. The call for posters closes on April 30.

Questions regarding the poster sessions should be addressed to Julie Rustad
— jrustad @ — (218) 723-6535.

The Lake Superior Libraries Symposium is the off-shoot of informal gatherings of library professionals in the Twin Ports, Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. Designed as an easy-to-access, affordable education conference for the Northland, the LSLS features content and presenters covering the cutting edge of library leadership, programming and technology.

Featuring Keynote Speaker, Eli Neiberger, a 2011 Library Journal Mover and Shaker, the conference will bring great content and networking opportunities to the Twin Ports at WITC-Superior.

The Lake Superior Libraries Symposium is staffed by librarians from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, University of Minnesota-Duluth, College of St. Scholastica, Northern Waters Library Service, Superior Public Library and many others.

Conference Registration opens April 10. Conference cost is $25 and includes CEUs, cookies, coffee and deluxe taco bar, plus three sessions of dynamic speakers and trainers covering topics such as management, leadership, design, teaching, outreach, digitization and books.

For more details, regarding the LSLS, visit the site or contact adam.brisk @ for more details.

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