WPL Wiki

This is stab at a wiki that might be usable for the library.

For those of you who have never used one, a wiki is a website that allows visitors to easily add, change or remove content. The idea is that we can all collaborate to create stuff. I'm not sure what sort of stuff we'll do, if anything, but I have a couple of ideas that might be useful.

First, a list of titles for our current/past/future "staff picks" book display. Use the wiki to look for titles to add to the display rack. And if you know of any good books that you think patrons might enjoy, add 'em to the list.
Staff Picks - Fiction
Staff Picks - Nonfiction
Non-Fiction Book Club Ideas

Second, we sometimes receive requests for autobiographies. At one point, an email was circulating and people simply added suggestions to the list. Helpful, but the email had to be handy when you needed it. Now, the list will be here!

Third, we also have a list of microhistories for display.

I thought this would also be a good place to summarise the sessions we all saw at OLA….
OLA 2020
OLA 2019
OLA 2018
OLA 2017
OLA 2016
OLA 2015
OLA 2014
OLA 2013
OLA 2012
OLA 2011
OLA 2010
OLA 2009

…as well as other conferences.
PLA 2020
Digipalooza Toronto 2019
PLA 2016
PLA 2014
PLA 2012
PLA 2010

Digital Odyssey 2017
Digital Odyssey 2011

ALA 2011

HRPA 2012
HRPA 2011

OGS 2013
OGS 2012
OGS 2011

Dewey Divas 2019
Strategies and Practices for Library Impact
Visual Merchandising for Public Libraries
Social Media and Diversity
LGBT Symposium - TPL 2012
Marketing Public Libraries Think Tank
RA In a Day 2012
Lead the Change 2012

If you want to edit a page, just click the "edit" tab at the bottom. The page content will be shown in a box and you can change/add/delete stuff. Please add new titles alphabetically to the list.

This is a totally experimental work in progress. If you have any questions, please let Dean know.

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