CLiC Events

Please join us. You don't want to miss these opportunities to expand your thinking, skills and overall knowledge. "Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it." - Marian Wright Edelman

Computer2022 Virtual Winter Workshop

Your feedback convinced us. An online conference breaks down geographic, travel and time barriers, so we’re bringing back another multi-track online learning event. Gain practical knowledge to help in your library work, to discover new ideas, and to get Energized!

Dates

Thursday, February 24, 2022, 3:00 -5:00 pm
| Welcome and opening remarks with Jim Duncan. Connect informally after the opening remarks with CLiC and library staff from across the state.

Friday, February 25, 2022, 8:30 – 3:00
| 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.

Registration

Registration Closed — see you next year!

Registration deadline is 2/17/22.

Zoom links for accessing the sessions will be sent to your email on 2/18/22.

people with word bubbles2022 CLiC & Connect: In Person Rural Meetups

As YOUR biggest fans, we miss seeing you in person — just as you miss connecting with your colleagues throughout your region and the state. With an emphasis on creating opportunities for front-line staff to get together and learn from each other, the CLiC & Connect Rural Meetups are designed to connect, energize, and inspire.

Dates & Locations

Friday, March 18: Brush – East Morgan County Library District

Friday, April 8: Pueblo – Pueblo Community College

Friday, April 22: Steamboat Springs – Bud Werner Memorial Library

Wednesday, May 4: Durango – Durango Public Library

Friday, May 6: Norwood – Lone Cone Library

Schedule Information

|Friday, March 18: Brush – East Morgan County Library District

Friday, April 8: Pueblo – Pueblo Community College

Friday, April 22: Steamboat Springs – Bud Werner Memorial Library

Wednesday, May 4: Durango – Durango Public Library

Friday, May 6: Norwood – Lone Cone Library

COVID-19 Considerations

If there are state or local mask mandates in effect at the time of a specific event, attendees will be asked to comply.  Otherwise, every attendee is encouraged to follow individual comfort level.  To mask or not to mask – the choice is yours if there are no mandates in place.

Presenter Resources

From Transactions to Transformations,  presented by Kieran Hixon & Christine Kreger, CSL

Library Ethics & Values from ALA 2021

Library Ethics Scenarios, presented by Anna Sczcepanski, CLiC