Northern-Midlands Conference Registration 2019
New York Public Library's Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, New York City, April 8th - 10th
NLS Library Code & State
Dietary Needs - check all that apply
I like dandelions that have bloomed under the full moon, tended to by seventh sons of seventh sons
Food Allergies (please elaborate below)
I am registering for:
The full conference - All three days
A one-day pass (if so please write in which day below)
How would you like your conference materials?
Braille & Tactile
Would you like to request any accommodations (CART, ASL, Sensory-friendly considerations, Assistive Listening Devices, anything else)?
Which ILS do you use?
How will you be paying the registration fee of $100 for the full conference ($50 for a one-day pass)?
Check (Make checks out to: Midlands Conference of Librarians and mail to Scott Norris, Braille and Talking Book Library, 702 W. Kalamazoo St. P.O. Box 30007 Lansing, MI 48909. )
Credit Card (Pay using our ShowClix link here:
(Other - contact Jill with questions)
Which of these Monday afternoon discussions will you most likely join?
New models for distributing staff, dividing up tasks and the workday, and keeping things interesting
What to do about all those studio-produced analog cassettes? A philosophical and practical talk
Working with patrons with multiple disabilities
Which of these Tuesday morning think tanks will you most likely join?
Being an accessibility advocate in your larger institution and training staff in disability awareness
Diversity and underserved populations
Troubleshooting with the USPS
Which of these Tuesday afternoon workshops will you most likely join?
Audio Description training for images, art/illustration, and video
Starting with Hindenberg from scratch, step by step DB creation, & recruiting studio volunteers
Circulation open discussion - amnesty, overdues, increasing circ, etc
Open lab time for 2D tactiles creation and personal help
(None - would prefer outside activity / accessible museum visit)
Which of these Wednesday morning discussions will you most likely join?
Creating and running braille study groups
Early-literacy skills and activities for children who are blind or have low vision, and hands on lit kits
Summer Reading and Bookclubs - participation/retention, awards, etc
...or Lets talk even more about Duplication on Demand (already have one panel presentation and how-to planned)
...or write-in another topic below
Want to join us for a private after-hours group tour (with description and touch objects so an educational introduction to how you can do accessible cultural programming) of the fabulous Lower East Side Tenement Museum, to be immersed in NYC history? Charge of $25, Tuesday afternoon/early evening. for more info see:
(There's also the added bonus of potential for great group dinners or noshing walks afterwards) Note: payment for this will come later, once we reach the minimum committed attendance
NY1A and the New York Public Library look forward to welcoming you! (image: entrance to the NYPL with stone lions)
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