Friday, July 15 Hale Library, Kansas State University

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Library Camp Kansas is a library unconference. Participation is open to anyone who is interested in dialogue and conversation about customer-friendly libraries, library 2.0 and how we can all improve our services and organizations to meet the needs of our communities. 

How does it work?
At the start of the event, all participants will meet together to brainstorm and choose the specific topics to be discussed during the break-out sessions. Once the schedule is set, participants can attend whichever sessions sound interesting. Each session will have a volunteer facilitator who will start a discussion and encourage sharing and brainstorming. If there are any topics you think should be discussed in the break-out sessions, please add them to the Discussion Topics page. 

For more details about the event, please visit the following pages:
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