Registration for Deep Dive Sessions at 2016 ALA Midwinter Meeting now open

For Immediate Release
Tue, 11/17/2015


Alicia (Alee) Navarro

Meeting Planner

ALA Conference Services

American Library Association

CHICAGO— Three immediately applicable topics kick off the first-ever ALA Midwinter Meeting Deep Dive half-day professional development courses in Boston: “We are all user experience librarians: Creating change from the trenches";  “Trust and Opportunity: Transforming Libraries, Transforming Communities in Mid-Size Urban Settings"; and “Creating Out-of-This-World Children’s Science Programming with Free NASA Resources.” These Deep Dive programs will offer active, participatory learning in an intimate, interactive workshop-style setting, with a maximum attendance of 30 each, and participants can earn CEUs. Details about the Deep Dives can be found on the Midwinter Meeting website.

Advance registration is required for Deep Dive sessions, which can be included with initial Midwinter Meeting registration or added later using the unique link in your registration confirmation email. To receive CEUs, a participant must attend the entire course and complete a post-session evaluation. Each session is $95 per attendee and requires Midwinter registration—at minimum for an exhibits-only pass—and can be purchased through the Midwinter Registration site. If you have mislaid your Midwinter Meeting registration confirmation details, email to request a copy.

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Register now! Advance registration is open through noon (Central) Jan. 4, 2016.

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