Spring Workshops

Please join us! CLiC hosts its annual Spring Workshops in three locations - Grand Junction, Fort Morgan and Pueblo. Workshops offer 5-6 concurrent session tracks, depending on location. The Workshops are intended for academic, public, special, and school library staff alike. You don't want to miss these!

2021 VIRTUAL Spring Workshop

Follow this link to access the Presenter Handouts and Materials.

Ever felt as if you’d like to attend all three of the in-person workshops?  2021 is your chance to do just that and connect with rural library staff from across the entire state!  There will be one virtual workshop for everyone.  And plenty of ways built in for making the personal connections that are a hallmark of the Spring Workshops.  Do you work in a small or rural public, school or academic library?  This content is geared for YOU.

Never fear – CLiC will be back in your neighborhood in 2022 with regional in-person workshops.  This year, we’re coming directly to your home, office, or home office!

Thursday, 4/22, 3-5 pm | Welcome and opening remarks with Jim Duncan.  Connect informally in the Lounge with CLiC and library staff from across the state.

Friday, 4/23, 8:30 – 4 | 4-5 concurrent sessions across five time slots, plus a lounge where you can hang out anytime you like.  Lounge will be open all day for informal learning and connecting.

The Virtual Workshop will use zoom.  On Monday, 4/19, all attendees will receive an email with information and links for accessing the Workshop.  If you have questions the day of the Workshop, contact Sara, swright@clicweb.org.

Hope to see you there!

Registration –  Cost: $25.00

Registration deadline: April 18

Registration Closed

If you have registered, but are unable to attend please contact CLiC at CLiCHelp@clicweb.org. Please remember that cancellations must be made 48 hours prior to the event to receive a refund. All refund requests must be made in writing to CLiCHelp@clicweb.org.

Schedule Information

Click here for Schedule

Click here for Session Descriptions