Tech Days East: September 10 – 12, 2019
Tech Days West: November 5 – 7, 2019
Tech Days is a series of full-day workshops held at locations around Wisconsin. Each day includes a keynote / plenary session by a guest presenter, and a variety of breakout sessions of presentations & hands-on learning activities.
Breakout session topics and presenters vary with venues, so check the complete list to see what & who will be where & when. There is no charge to attend a Tech Days workshop.
Registration is open for Tech Days East workshops:
Tuesday, November 5
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
Wednesday, November 6
Marathon County Public Library
Thursday, November 7
- “This session was AWESOME! I came away with a ton of great programs that I know we can easily implement at my library.”
- “I’ve been wanting to have something similar for my own library for a while, and the presenters made the whole process seem more manageable and doable than I had thought.”
- “The presenter definitely knew her stuff, in terms of presenting the material and answering questions, and I came away feeling very excited and inspired.”
There is no charge to attend any of the Tech Days workshops, thanks to sponsorship by 15 library systems and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Tech Days East workshops are sponsored by: the North Eastern Wisconsin (NEWI) library systems (Winnefox Library System, Outagamie-Waupaca Library System, Manitowoc-Calumet Library System, Nicolet Federated Library System), South Central Library System, the Southeastern Wisconsin (SEWI) library systems (Arrowhead Library System, Bridges Library System, Kenosha County Library System, Lakeshores Library System, Milwaukee County Federated Library System, Monarch Library System), and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Public Library Development Team, with funding support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Tech Days West workshops are sponsored by: IFLS Library System, Northern Waters Library Service, Winding Rivers Library System, and Wisconsin Valley Library Service, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Public Library Development Team, with funding support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.