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Register now and join the growing community of librarians from coast to
coast who are participating in this teleconference series designed
specifically for those working in rural and small libraries!

Part 1: Overview of the issues facing librarians in rural and small
libraries in Canada and the United States (April 19)

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*Rural Librarianship*
A four-part teleconference series

with Bernard Vavrek, Director, Center for the Study of Rural Librarianship,
Clarion University of Pennsylvania http://www.clarion.edu/rural, and
Founder, Association of Rural and Small Libraries http://arsl.clarion.edu

PART 1:  Overview of issues facing librarians in rural and small libraries
in Canada and the United States
Tuesday, April 19, 2005
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET
Fees CLA member: $79.99 Non-member: $99.99
http://www.cla.ca/cpd/vavrek1.htm

PART 2:  Practical marketing
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET
Fees CLA member: $79.99 Non-member: $99.99
http://www.cla.ca/cpd/vavrek2.htm

PART 3:  Easy ways to collect customer/community information
Tuesday, May 10, 2005
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET
Fees CLA member: $79.99 Non-member: $99.99
http://www.cla.ca/cpd/vavrek3.htm

PART 4:  Basics of writing a grant proposal
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET
Fees CLA member: $79.99 Non-member: $99.99
http://www.cla.ca/cpd/vavrek4.htm

To register, please download the flyer:
http://www.cla.ca/cpd/RuralLibrariesCPD.pdf


*Teleconference leader*
Bernard Vavrek is Professor of Library Science and Director of the Center
for the Study of Rural Librarianship at Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
He is also chairman elect of the Department of Library Science.  His MLS and
PhD are from the University of Pittsburgh, where he taught prior to moving
to Clarion.

Bernard’s teaching responsibilities include:  rural library services, public
access computing, marketing, research, and reference resources.  He has
written over 50 articles for the library press and conducted numerous
national research projects dealing with rural library services and the
impact of the public library.

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For more information on this teleconference series or any other CLA
Continuing Professional Development initiative, please contact Lisa at
[log in to unmask] or 613.232.9625 ext. 322.




Lisa Twardowska BA MLIS
Continuing Professional Development Officer
Canadian Library Association
328 Frank Street
Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 0X8
613.232.9625 ext. 322
613.563.9895 fax
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www.cla.ca