Unconference 2014

We are looking at May 3rd, 2014 for another Unconference: California Community College Issues. Consider this a “Save the Date” for your planning purposes. Registration will begin in late February. We will make every effort to have this event be low-cost and high-value! And a longer recess this time! Let us know your thoughts! email […]

The results are in: let’s do this again!

Thank you to everyone who completed the survey evaluating our Unconference. We had a 55% response rate, and the survey is still available here, if you’d like to add your feedback to the mix. The bottom line: We want to do this again! One hundred percent of those who responded said they would participate in […]

Last week for registration, and ranking our discussion topics

On Friday April 20th, registration for the Unconference will close. We have some compelling topics and presentations proposed thus far. This weekend, we will send attendees a survey through which to rank the topic discussions we will hold. The survey will be available on this blog as well. Thanks for your interest, and we are […]

Registration Now Open

The registration for our May 3 Unconference is now open. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect and collaborate with other community college librarians. The all-day event is free. Register Now

It’s ON! May 5th, 2012

The Community College Library Issues Unconference, on May 5, 2012, is a full-day event which takes place from 9:30am-4:30pm at Santa Barbara City College. Lunch will be served and admission is free. The Unconference is limited to 50 registered attendees. This Unconference is an effort to connect community college librarians from around California in a […]

Early Planning Stages – Unconference

Librarians, mainly Elizabeth Bowman, at Santa Barbara City College are excited to plan and host an unconference for Community College Library Issues this fall. We are in the early stages, but we will move quickly, so look for more information in the coming weeks. This is especially important and timely due to limitations on travel […]