Event Title

Back to Book XVI: Focuses on Readers' Advisory

Location

Hilton Garden Inn 8971 Wilcox Dr Twinsburg, OH 44087

Event Website

http://www.viethconsulting.com/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=35045

Start Date

10-29-2015 9:30 AM

End Date

10-29-2015 4:00 PM

Cost to Attend

Cost: $165 Cost w/ Bronze Discount: $127.50 Cost w/ Silver Discount: $90 Cost w/ Gold Discount: $15 Lunch included

Pre-registration required?

Yes

Contact Information (for registration)

Melissa Lattanzi, lattanzm@neo-rls.org

330-655-0531

Event Type

Class/Workshop/Demonstration

Description

This is the 16th year for Back to the Book. This year we are focusing on readers' advisory and the creation of a NEO Readers’ Advisory Network. In addition, Penguin Random House will share the hottest titles for the season and so much more.

Mary Olson, Readers' Advisory Librarian of Medina County District Library, and this year’s recipient of the Public Library Association’s (PLA) Allie Beth Martin Award, which recognizes a public librarian for demonstrating a range and depth of knowledge about books and other library materials and the distinguished ability to share that knowledge will present her readers’ advisory curriculum for training library staff. We encourage you to bring your training materials and we will swap ideas and learn from one another. Hear about NEO’s new Readers’ Advisory Network that will be modeled after Chicago’s Reading Roundtable. We have a great day planned. Don’t miss it!

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Oct 29th, 9:30 AM Oct 29th, 4:00 PM

Back to Book XVI: Focuses on Readers' Advisory

Hilton Garden Inn 8971 Wilcox Dr Twinsburg, OH 44087

This is the 16th year for Back to the Book. This year we are focusing on readers' advisory and the creation of a NEO Readers’ Advisory Network. In addition, Penguin Random House will share the hottest titles for the season and so much more.

Mary Olson, Readers' Advisory Librarian of Medina County District Library, and this year’s recipient of the Public Library Association’s (PLA) Allie Beth Martin Award, which recognizes a public librarian for demonstrating a range and depth of knowledge about books and other library materials and the distinguished ability to share that knowledge will present her readers’ advisory curriculum for training library staff. We encourage you to bring your training materials and we will swap ideas and learn from one another. Hear about NEO’s new Readers’ Advisory Network that will be modeled after Chicago’s Reading Roundtable. We have a great day planned. Don’t miss it!

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