ILL librarians from around the state will descend on Salina Public Library tomorrow, August 7, for the inaugural edition of Kansas ILL Camp! No canoe races, no macaroni necklaces, no s’mores (well, maybe s’mores), just plenty of chances to swap ideas with other Kansas ILL’ers and discuss the ins & outs & ups & downs of interlibrary loan. This camp will follow an “unconference” format – no keynote speaker or preset agenda. There will be several round-robin sessions where anyone who wants can discuss topics like:
… handling OCLC requests
… dealing with no-shows
… working to “go green”
Lunch will be catered by Martinelli’s Little Italy for $10.
The camp wiki is here ; if you can’t join us in Salina, check back in a few days for the ideas and discussion generated, along with pictures of happy campers!
There are still a few spaces available, so if you are feeling spontaneous and can join us, please let Connie know at email@example.com.
Kudos to our camp counselors Connie Hocking, Salina Public, and Melissa Lieneman, Manhattan Public, for organizing a great event!