LACONI Salary Survey
NEWS: Results of the newly redesigned LACONI Salary Survey are available. Please use the login information you used to take the survey to view the results. Many thanks to Innovation Experts for conducting the survey.
Since 1954, LACONI (Library Administrators Conference of Northern Illinois) has been introducing library staff to new technologies and ideas, best practices, and popular programs for children and adults. LACONI is comprised of seven different sections which offer programs designed to enhance skills and knowledge of library staff in their area of expertise.
LACONI collects unique and creative ways to offer great library service. Look here for inspiration, or suggest some of your own.
LACONI membership is open to all libraries. Membership dues are used to pay for informative programs that each section produces. Any member library is welcome to attend the programs, sending as many staff and board members as they wish. There is often a lunch following any section program which allows for the opportunity to meet and network with other librarians from other library systems.
Fill out our Membership Form for more information.
[ April 19, 2013; 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ]Technology: Responsive Web Design
[ April 19, 2013; 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. ]Middle Managers’ Meeting
[ March 15, 2013; 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. ] Networking meeting for managers, supervisors and department heads.
The meeting will be facilitated by the Illinois Management Association.
All issues discussed will be confidential.
We have full videos of all the speakers presentations. Great thoughts and ideas!
Check us out on http://www.laconi.net/outreachpromo/past-programs/
Sarah Ann Long
[ February 15, 2013; 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. ] The Minnesota Library Futures Initiative (MNLFI) has been designed to be a focused conversation that addresses how libraries can prepare for changes occurring in the Sate of Minnesota now and in the future. After a year of research and deliberation, the MNLFI group has taken its findings on the road to engage the Minnesota library community in a dialogue about future-related challenges.