Programs @ Annual

LearnRT at Annual June 2017 in Chicago, IL

Supervisor Development Programs that Work (Ticketed Preconference) 

Friday, June 23; 1:00 - 4:00 pm ~ MCP W175a

Learning Round Table (LearnRT) 101  

Saturday, June 24; 10:30 - 11:30 am ~ Blackstone - Inspiration Studio

Successful Library Supervisory and Management Training : Testing Theories in the Workplace 

Saturday, June 24; 1:00 - 2:30 pm ~ MCP W187a

Training Staff When You Don't Have Time to Train Staff  

Saturday, June 24; 3:00 - 4:00 pm ~ MCP W187a

Executive Board Meeting (Open to All)  

Sunday, June 25; 8:30 - 10:30 am ~ MCP W177

Training Showcase: Best Practices and Social Hour  

Sunday June 25; 3:00 - 5:00 pm ~ Exhibit Floor - Special Events Area

 

CALL FOR 2018 PRESENTATION PROPOSALS

Submission Deadline: TBA
Notification of Presentation Approval: TBA
 
Please submit your proposal at this link: Will open when proposals are being accepted 
 
The Learning Round Table of the American Library Association is seeking proposals for conference programs at the 2017 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago (IL), June 22-27, 2017. The 60-90 minute program should focus on some relevant aspect of staff training and development.
 
Although not limited to these areas, topics of interest include:
Training Design & Development
Learning Management Systems
Leadership Development
Supervisory Training
E-Learning 
Staff Development Plans
Mentoring Programs  
Successful Staff Training Programs
Training Best Practices
 
CRITERIA FOR ACCEPTANCE
Presentations will be evaluated according to the following:
Useful / practical learning objectives
Relevance
Originality
Content
Interactive elements
 
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Deadline: TBA
 
Proposals must include the following:
Brief program description
Long program description
Learning Objectives
Preferred days/times: Saturday or Monday only
 
 
Please Note: Speakers will be responsible for registering for the conference and arranging their own travel and lodging.
 
 
For any additional questions, send an email to:
Manager, Organizational Learning and Development
The Indianapolis Public Library