Post-Workshop Blues

By , April 28, 2010 2:14 pm

by Kristine Lloyd

Either you are reading this via email on Thursday, which means you’re at your desk, inundated with emails, eating a bowl of gruel (oatmeal), and not attending this year’s PDC; or you’ve been re-directed after taking our survey and delightfully commenting on what a great day you had. I am writing in advance of the workshop, mostly because I am confidant that it will be a terrific success.

Professional Development is a key part of our lives. The part that keeps us innovative and invigorated. Every time I attend a workshop or professional event, it is meeting, talking to, and connecting with other librarians that renews my librarian spirit and engages me to think about new solutions for work challenges. That said, I hope many of you are planning to attend AALL this year so you can report your adventures to home-bound LLOPSters.

Jennifer Hill led our Professional Development Committee this year, and she did an excellent job of leading our motley crew: Holly Gale, Erin Hoffrance, Kristine Lloyd and Lori Fossum. Thank you, Jennifer et al and see you next year!

2 Responses to “Post-Workshop Blues”

  1. Dianne George says:

    Thank you Jennifer, Holly, Erin, Kristine and Lori for this wonderful program. I attended the morning session and learned so much from both speakers.

    The plate exercise was a very creative way to begin.


  2. Robyn H says:

    Thank you all for your hard work on the PDW! It was a great success! The programs and speakers get better every year!

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