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When: April 27, 2017
5 - 8:30 pm
Where: Ruffatto Hall/University of Denver
2080 S High Street
Denver, Colorado  80210
United States

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Colleague Connection 2017: Complex Challenges/Compelling Solutions

Tabletop Exhibit – $150, includes a five foot table, electricity, wifi, and one dinner
Extra Dinner - $40.00
To donate a sum of money please call Amanda Rewerts at the CAL office 303.463.6400


Thursday, April 27, 2017, 5:00-8:30pm

Ruffatto Hall/University of Denver

2080 S High Street,

Denver, CO 80210


5:00 – 6:15pm Reception

6:15 – 7:20pm Introductions and Dinner

7:20 – 8:30pm Speaker and Q&A Session

8:30pm Event concludes


Colleague Connection is an annual continuing education event organized by the Colorado Association of Law Libraries (CoALL), Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL), Rocky Mountain Special Library Association (RMSLA), Colorado Council of Medical Librarians (CCML), and the University of Denver Library and Information Science program. The popular event brings together library students, paraprofessionals, librarians, library administrators, trustees, vendors, and friends of libraries from across the State for an evening of networking, learning, and community.

This year’s event, with featured speaker Deb Zell, is focused on Design Thinking – addressing complex challenges with compelling solutions. This interactive and engaging session will illustrate the methodology of Design Thinking to address actual library challenges/issues/problems submitted by attendees!  Design Thinking is used to solve complex issues - like how to make library services more appealing to users, or how to better understand your users’ library experience - by drawing on logic, imagination, intuition, and systemic reasoning.

Our speaker began her career in technology a decade ago. After launching a website for Charles Schwab which was a complete failure with users, Deb was puzzled by how she could follow the 'right' process (working with extremely smart engineers, talented designers, and lots of data) and fail so miserably.  She learned the answer and has spent the last eight years practicing Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design, working with both startups and Fortune 500 companies.

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