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2017 Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference

Looking for a great January conference you can attend from your warm office while drinking hot chocolate and watching the cold winds blow?

The Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference is a state-wide virtual conference developed by the Nicolet Federated Library System and supported by 15 other library systems in Wisconsin. Several 60-minute web presentations focusing on public libraries will be given over three blustery days in January. This year it is being held January 24-26. Some of the "tech-y" topics include web trends, free online tools, coding, and makerspaces. Wisconsin in January... brrrr!

Anyone, in any library, of any size, is welcome to participate!

You can find more information about the sessions here. Sessions will be recorded for those who can't attend online.

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