Entries by Terry Glidden

Scholarship Report: Karen Lemke – Library Marketing and Communications Conference

Event: Library Marketing and Communications Conference Attendee: Karen Lemke – Head of Marketing and Community Engagement, Rochester Public Library How does attending this event relate to your current role in your library? LMCC is the best conference for library marketing professionals. Everything shared at the conference directly relates to every aspect of my position: community […]

Scholarship Report: Emily Soltis – Equity in Action: Taking Your Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives to the Next Level class

Event: Equity in Action: Taking Your Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives to the Next Level Class Attendee: Emily Soltis – Technical Services Librarian, Austin Public Library How does attending this event relate to your current role in your library? The main goal of this class is to learn how to conduct a diversity audit of your […]

Scholarship Report: Rachel Gray – MLA 2019

Event: MLA 2019 — Prior Lake, MN – September 19-20, 2019 Attendee: Rachel Gray – Director, Van Horn Public Library What was your favorite session you attended and why? One Chapter At A Time: How Fergus Falls Built Its New Library. This session went into detail on how one community remodeled and expanded it’s public […]

Scholarship Report: Jill B Nysse – Information Technology Educators of Minnesota

Event: Information Technology Educators of Minnesota — Brooklyn Park, MN – October 10-12, 2019 Attendee: Jill B Nysse–Online Learning Teacher, Winona Area Public Schools What was your favorite session you attended and why? While there were several great sessions, my favorite was “Raising Kids in a Digital Age” presented by Jen Leggatt. We have had […]

Scholarship Report: Susan Watts – MLA 2019

Event: MLA 2019 — Prior Lake, MN – September 19-20, 2019 Attendee: Susan Watts – Library Tech I, Lonsdale Public Library What was your favorite session you attended and why? Of the sessions I attended on the first day my favorite was “From Good to Amazing? Evaluating and Improving Library Programs” presented by Leah Larson and […]