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Hello all - Val from Petoskey MI.
Darla from Visalia, CA (Tulare County)
Hi everyone. Jennifer from Redlands, CA.
Hello everyone, Mckenzie from Emporia, KS
Cindy Fesemyer from Columbus Public Lirbary in Wisconsin
VA in the house! Whoop whoop!
Nan Carmack, Library of Virginia!
Hello all! Hannah from Seattle.
Hello! Amy from Eagle Valley Libraries in CO
Jennifer from Mandel Public Library south FLorida.
Hi! Tonya from Grand Forks Public_ in Grand Forks, ND
Emily Dagg. Everett Public Library, Everett (WA)
Kristina from Henderson Libraries (NV)
Susan Guindon from krM Architecture in Indianapolis.
Sharra Rosichan, Nashville Public Library Foundation
Hello everyone! Shauna from the Salt Lake City Library
Emily Calkins, King County Library System, outside of Seattle
Hello from Peters Township Public Library in McMurray, PA
John Klima from unseasonably warm Waukesha, WI
Hello everyone: Kimberly Knight from Chesapeake (VA) Public Library
Hello, everyone! Bri from Ames, IA
It's hard to pick because they are all important topics!
Hello, Fellow Attendees! Bonnie with the Vigo County Public Library located in beautiful Terre Haute, Indiana
The link for the rubric is at the bottom of the slide
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That's really great.
Hello everyone - Cat Fithian from Sacramento PL.
Questions for Juliane? Please share here in the chat and we'll bring them forward at the end!
Do you have a sample proposal that "aces" all of the required criteria that you can share?
Juliane and Angela: I really love the new variety of learning formats!
We want to do a panel. Is there space in the proposal to put everyone's names and bios?
Difficult to see on my screen. Will these be available in a PDF or online so I can enlarge.
Can we share the TOC chart with the recording, Angela?
Can those descriptions of the session formats be added to the list available on the website here? https://www.placonference.org/proposal_preview.cfm
We can add learning format descriptions to the proposal preview though, right, as per Violet Fox request?
What about if our idea could be adapted to a panel, Case study, or peer sharing. Can we submit it saying that or do we need to pick one?
Great questions, folks! Please keep them coming!
will you pair similar presentations proposals if you think it will make a stronger presentation?
If there's two presnters, does that count as a panel?
i've done the same - those are the best!
Hooray for failure as a learning opportunity!
Questions for Nathan? Comments? Please share!
7-5-3 Thanks - love it!
^^great example of a successful proposal and, ultimately, program
Public speaking is definitely my kryptonite
Another reason to present: to pass your knowledge along to the next generation of librarians, before you retire. Our job is to help grow new librarians.
Amen to that! Stealing ideas is something we do really well :) Nothing comes from whole cloth...
Great questions! Keep 'em coming!
I agree Emily!
How can an audience do what you did with limited resources (staff, time, $$)?
Love the tip about taking twitter questions!
Love the tip about taking twitter questions!
Tonya, it gets better after practice and finding your style, the one that works for you. I still get very nervous.
What examples for a presentation to be interactive (more attendee focused) for such large rooms at PLA?
Such a wealth of talent in Virgnia! Thanks to you all!
With 10 minutes, just like Sonia recommended!
I've done a couple - I can speak to that a bit
When the time comes
Submit your questions to "All panelists and attendees" here in Chat.
Was there an official name for the 7-5-3 method or is that just something Nathan does for himself?
(I missed some of the discussion because someone stopped in my office to ask me questions)
When you speak of diversity in presenters, was gender identity included for that?
7-5-3 was how I found it named many years ago! Unfortunately I can't point to the original source
I have tweaked the process over the years but the idea of multiple iterative steps to focus ideas remains the same
Thank you everyone! This was awesome!
Thank you for the guidance!
excellent presentation--thank you!
Thank you! Very informative!
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! Apprecite the info!
Thanks so much!
Thank you so much!
Thank you - very informative!
This was a really wonderful webinar!