Vermont Department of Libraries

March 7, 2007

Annual trustees workshops at TOECs

Filed under: Continuing Education — vtdeptlib @ 9:19 am

For new trustees as well as seasoned ones, the Vermont Library Trustees Assn. and the Dept. of Libraries have scheduled four workshops at each of this spring’s Town Officers Educational Conferences, sponsored by the Vermont Institute for Government.  Online registration is now available.

The dates for the conferences are:   

Thursday, April 5: Lyndon State College   

Monday, April 9: St. Michael’s College, Colchester

Wednesday, April 18: Lake Morey Inn, Fairlee

Tuesday, April 24: Rutland Holiday Inn 

Each day will start with registration at 8 am and a keynote for all at 8:45.  The workshops will begin at 9:45 and continue to 3:30.  This year’s program for trustees will include workshops on safety for staff and customers, technology’s impact on budgets and policymaking, changing needs of today’s customers, and funding public libraries.  Speakers will include trustees from local libraries as well as some excellent librarians.  There will be plenty of time for group discussion and sharing of ideas.  Hope to see many of your trustees there!



  1. Congratulations on the new DOL blog. Really glad you are here.

    In my bloglines this particular entry is garbled with A-carat’s sprinkled throughout.

    Comment by Jerry Carbone — March 21, 2007 @ 8:44 pm

  2. Thanks for joining the conversation. I’ve seen the funky characters myself in various browsers and have tried to clean them up–with limited success. I’m pretty sure they result from our cutting and pasting the content and WordPress not liking the formatting of the original source. We’ll keep at the learning curve and try to improve.

    Comment by Sheila — March 22, 2007 @ 6:25 am

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