Dear CFB Listserv:

Apparently many of you did not receive the email I sent last week
here is a more detailed save-the-date:

June 17, 3 to 4 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.

You will need to be at a computer and can use either a headset with mic
(best) or a phone for your audio.

I will send a link out for all of you to use to access and apologies to
those who cannot attend (I think there are 2). If you register when you get
the email you will receive reminder emails from the system.

 I will be able to provide a recording of the meeting for those of you who
were unable to participate live.

I'll try to get the link out tomorrow, Friday, or over weekend.

Apologies again if the lapse in communication was my fault.  I am having a
hard time with a new email system at Simmons when I am on my iPad and I may
well have sent the message from an email that is not subscribed to this
list without realizing it.



Sharon Shaloo, Executive Director
Massachusetts Center for the Book
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617.521.2719 (office); 617.872.3718 (mobile)

*Our Commonwealth is Reading.*

On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 3:17 PM, Mass Center for the Book <
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> Hi, All,
> I heard from a few of you that there is interest in trying a virtual
> state-center meeting and so created a Doodle poll to collect possible
> meeting times.
> To indicate which dates/times you could meet please complete this poll:
> Since I tried to squeeze in times before ALA and some are coming up
> quickly, please try to do the poll in the coming couple of days.
> The idea for this meeting came out of requests from some coordinators for
> a summary of the meeting and the feeling of others (me included) that some
> ideas came up at the exchange that we might explore further.
> I hope that a couple of those interested would volunteer to draft an
> agenda, send it out on the listserv for additional items, Please add a note
> to comments at the Doodle poll if you are interested in volunteering.
>  (I'll focus on the technical assistance during meeting.)
> And to state what is likely the obvious:  A "Go-to-Webinar" meeting
> happens online, at your computer.  Ideally you would have a headset with
> microphone (not bluetooth) but you could also call in for audio to a number
> you would be provided when you register.
> Many thanks,
> Sharon