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OLA 2012 Conference – Call for Program and Preconference Proposals

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Have ideas for a terrific conference program or preconference? The Program Committee would love to hear from you! Online forms for proposal submissions are now available on the Oregon Library Association website: http://bit.ly/nP8Q7A

Please submit proposals by Friday, October 7th.

Preconference and program ideas do not have to be completely finalized at this point. Enter general information on the topic and speaker(s) with as much detail as possible. Each program or preconference must be sponsored by an OLA unit, but if you have a great idea and don’t have a sponsor, the Program Committee will attempt some matchmaking.

“Oregon Libraries: Right at the Heart of Things” is the theme selected by President Robert Holshof-Schmidt for the 2012 OLA Conference, to be held in Bend April 25-27. Mark your calendars for this “can’t-miss” event.

Please contact me if you have questions.

Thank you!

Camille
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Camille Wood, MLS
Library Director
Crook County Library
175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr.
Prineville, OR 97754
(541) 447-7978 ext 301
(541) 447-1308 fax
cwood@crooklib.org
Crook County Library – Experience the Journey!

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