This post is in (extremely belated) follow-up to my post from February 3 on the Big Talk from Small Libraries Conference. The conference, sponsored by the Nebraska Library Commission and the Association for Rural and Small Libraries, took place on February 28, and was attended by 415 people from 41 states and five Canadian provinces. Recordings of all thirteen of the one-day online conference’s presentations are available for anyone to view at http://nlcblogs.nebraska.gov/bigtalk/presentations/
There were a lot of great presentations with great information and ideas, presented by folks from small libraries and geared specifically toward small libraries. If you’re interested in learning how to stretch your collection budget by purchasing used books, how to earn money for your library using the Internet, how to put on great library programs on a small budget, and much more, check out these archived presentations. Mark your calendars to attend next year’s Big Talk from Small Libraries online conference, which will be held on February 27, 2015.