WiLSWorld, on July 23rd and 24th at the Pyle Center in Madison, is going to be jam-packed with great learning and sharing opportunities. Here are just a few exciting highlights:
Here are some upcoming WiLS Events for April, May, and June - including Peer Council and the 2019 Ideas to Action Fund! Learn more about WiLS at https://www.wils.org/about-wils/.
WHAT: The Games in Libraries Conference is open to all library staff from public, academic, or special libraries. It encompasses all types of games - board, card, video, etc.
WHEN: May 31, 2019
WHERE: UW-Eau Claire's McIntyre Library
WHY: Whether your library uses games currently or not, the Games in Libraries Conference is for you!
COST: FREE! Funding provided by the Ideas to Action grant from WiLS.
As many things in our society become "gamifed" (e.g., Snapchat streaks), we need to learn and understand the various ways in which games of all types can be used as educational tools. This conference is one in which we hope to show, share, and learn from peers about how they use games in libraries, why adding games to a collection might be useful, and how they can promote their use with their users.
BiblioBoard 101 Webinar
Friday, March 8th at 1:00 pm
Learn how to provide tools to support your local authors while also growing your readers' access to digital resources - all available for free and with no waiting!
For creators, those resources include Pressbooks, SELF-e, and the Wisconsin Author Project. For readers, BiblioBoard Library provides access to much of this content created by Wisconsin authors and a lot more, all available to read immediately - no waiting for holds and no logging in.
Join WPLC Project Managers from WiLS, Melody Clark and Andi Coffin, in a free and virtual webinar as they share information about these four resources and how you can help users find and use them. This presentation will be recorded and shared.
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