Thank You NETSL Attendees

NETSL just had its 2013 NETSL Annual Spring Conference entitled, “The Many Hats of Technical Services”. It was a great conference with many wonderful presenters and lots of innovative material that is still inspiring discussions. Throughout the day, we heard stories about RDA, advocating for your library, time management, openness in libraries and so much more! Presentations and links to some of our speakers websites are already being posted on our conference website (https://netsl.wordpress.com/netslconference/2013con/).

If you attended the conference, please take a moment to fill out our conference evaluation (http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1218541/2013-NETSL-Spring-Conference-Evaluation). It is through your participation and input that NETSL provides such programming to our members and beyond. The survey will only take about 10 minutes of your time and help us for our programming next year. The survey will close May 17, 2013.

Our Annual Spring Conference and our programs at the NELA Annual Conference are made possible through the hard work of volunteers who sit on the NETSL Board. Every year we look for members-at-large, volunteers, and those interested in serving on the board. If you are interested, email our general email, netslinfo@gmail.com and we’ll get back to you with more information.

Are you interested in the New England Library Leadership Symposium or NELLS? This NELA program fosters the mentoring and development of leaders for library associations both state and regional. The deadline for applications has been extended. For more details, go to the NELLS website at http://nelib.org/nells.

Hope to see you in October for our programs at the NELA Annual Conference and next year!

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