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Brick and Click registration open May 17, 2007

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Please join us for the 7th annual…

Brick and Click Librarieshttp://brickandclick.org

November 2, 2007

Northwest Missouri State University , Maryville , Missouri

To Register, go to: http://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/brickandclick/registration.pdf

 

“Brick and Click” offers a wide variety of content for a reasonable price ($125).  Presentation topics include digital reference, electronic resource management, training staff, streaming videos, ebooks, and ejournals.

 

See the full program of session descriptions and presenters at: http://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/brickandclick/sessions.htm.

 

During breaks and lunch, you’ll have time to talk with colleagues from other academic libraries who are experiencing similar on-campus/on-line opportunities and challenges.

 

Comments from last year’s attendees (used with permission):

  +  “This is the best one day academic conference I’ve ever attended. Everything is focused just for academic librarians and what is going on NOW.”

 

  +  “Location and size of the conference were tied as the best part of the symposium. The proceedings publication is fabulous!”

 

  +  “Quality and variety of presentations. In comparison to many other conferences, the Symposium cuts through the fluff and focuses on content, of which is often cutting edge.”

 

Questions?  Go to http://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/brickandclick/contactus.htm or call (660)562-1192.


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