Peer Council is an assembly of technical services librarians in Wisconsin. The WiLS Peer Council meetings are an opportunity to learn new things, share information with peers, and interact with a diverse group with shared common interests.
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UPPER MIDWEST DIGITAL COLLECTIONS CONFERENCE
An opportunity for digital content creators and curators to network, share best practices and learn from leaders in the digital cultural heritage field. WiLS co-sponsors this biennial conference in collaboration with partners in the region.
REGIONAL COMMUNITY MEETINGS
WiLS Membership Meetings
WiLS’ Virtual Membership Meetings are an opportunity to hear from voices within the WiLS community as well as news on what WiLS is up to and is going to be up to in the coming months.
WiLSWorld Shorts are quarterly, free webinars to continue the learning that happens at WiLSWorld all year long! These webinars are designed to do all the same things as WiLSWorld – connect our member community around important issues, foster the exchange of ideas, and help members form professional connections and collaborations to get done what they need to get done.
Webinar: Using ACRL Frames in Your Instructional Design
Annual gathering of ILL librarians for review of issues, new developments and systems for interlibrary services.
UPDATING LIBRARY SPACES – A LEARNING DAY
A single-day workshop hosted by WiLS, in conjunction with the McIntosh Memorial Library in Viroqua, the Soldiers Grove Public Library, and Engberg Anderson, to learn about the process of building or renovating library spaces including two library tours.
WILS SPRING WEBINARS
In conjunction with our partner OCLC, WiLS is offering four webinars this Spring: Library Spotlight; OCLC Updating – A Sharing Session; Using the WorldCat Knowledge Base to Save Time and Improve Service; and Best Practices for Managing “Born Digital” Content.
Online events: Online event registration will be closed 2 business days before the event. Refunds will not be given for online events. Archives will be made available to registrants shortly after the event. These archives should be available for a full year. For questions on online registration, please contact David Hafner.
In person events: Cancellations must be made at least two business days prior to the event in order to receive a refund. If a registrant cancels less than two working days prior to the date of the event, the registrant remains responsible for payment; no fees will be refunded.
A substitute may take the place of the original registrant, but either the registrant or their institution is responsible for coordinating and communicating changes to WiLS. Cancellations and/or substitutions may be reported to David Hafner.
If an event is cancelled by WiLS, due to low registration or inclement weather, registrants will be notified and fees will be refunded.