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The 2022 Colorado Resource Sharing Conference (formerly the Colorado ILL Conference) is returning virtually this year on April 27-28.
A pre-conference will take place on April 27th and is *FREE* (registration is required).
Colorado Resource Sharing Conference is pleased to announce that our 2022 Keynote is Steve Antonuccio. The presentation will explore the 30-year career that Steve Antonuccio spent working in Public and Academic libraries. He will talk about different chapters from his autobiography “There is No Such thing as a Typical Librarian” and the time he spent creating a collection of historic films of the Pikes Peak region. He will show a PowerPoint program followed by video clips from the various documentaries and historic films in the collection of the Pikes Peak Library District. He will also talk about the five years he spent working in public service as a branch manager for the Pueblo City-County Library District.
This year’s program topics include:
- Prospector/CLIC/SWIFT Updates
- Colorado State Library – Book club / Kits
- Google for Genealogy Research
- Leading with Emotional Intelligence
- Controlled Digital Lending (CDL)
Registration is open for the event. Please register https://www.clicweb.org/events/2022-virtual-colorado-resource-sharing-conference/ for the Preconference and Conference if attending both.
A full program can be previewed later this month at our website. Please check https://ill.cvlsites.org/ for updates.
2022 Virtual Conference Fees:
*Free* Preconference – April 27th
$40 – Conference – April 28th
Registration will close on Monday, April 25th. If you have any questions, please contact the committee at email@example.com.
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