Re-rescheduled Webinar: You Have a Great Idea! Now Get it Published!

Due to inclement weather, the webinar below was rescheduled…twice. So we moved it to May, where even Maryland’s crazy weather shouldn’t grant us snow. (We hope!)

Are you a library staff person who wants to write articles or books?  Then check out this online workshop:

You Have a Great Idea! Now Get it Published!

Thursday, May 21, 2015 from 2—3 pm

Platform: Blackboard

Do you want to write a book or article but don’t know where to start? In this 1-hour webinar, three published authors of resource books and articles for children’s librarians will share the ins and outs of getting published in journals such as School Library Journal and with publishers such as ALA Editions and Libraries Unlimited. Learn about the publishing opportunities that are out there for you, what you’ll need to include in your proposal, and how to get from idea to proposal. Join us and jumpstart your publishing career!

Presenters:

betsy

Betsy Diamant-Cohen of Mother Goose on the Loose

julie

Julie Dietzel-Glair, author of Books in Motion

Kathy MacMillan, author of Storytime Magic and other storytime resource books

Kathy MacMillan, author of Storytime Magic and other storytime resource books

 

Registration info: http://www.mdlib.org/calendar_day.asp?date=5/21/2015&event=48

MLA members $15, non members $23, students $13

1 contact hour awarded

NOTE: If you registered for the cancelled Feb. 17 or March 5 sessions, you’re still on the list.  If you registered for Feb. 17 or March 5 and can’t attend on May 21, please contact kmonagan@mdlib.org

 

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