Let Us Know How We Did!

The Third Annual Programs Squared Symposium took place yesterday and was a great success.

Of course, no event can ever be perfect and in order to improve, we’d like everyone to let us know how we did.

What did we do well? What needs work?

Please fill out the following Google forms to provide your feedback.

Vendor Feedback – I had a table at the event and was letting people know about the great programs I offer.

Attendee Feedback – I was at the event looking for new programs to bring to my organization.

Thanks to everyone for attending and we hope to see you next year!

The Third Annual Programs2 Symposium
September 30 – 12:30-2:30pm
University at Albany, Campus Center!

(Demonstration schedule posted below!)

Programs2 Symposium is an event to connect professional staff from organizations, such as libraries, archives, and schools, with presenters who offer programs. Programs in libraries and other social environments, provide valuable educational, social, and cultural experiences to community members, including students, teachers, history enthusiasts and the inquisitive.

On September 30, from 12:30 – 2:30 pm, the summer 2016 Information Studies class from the University at Albany will bring new ideas for programming to librarians, educators, and other interested individuals. We would be honored if you would join us.

This event is open (free) to those interested in educational, cultural, and instructional programming, particularly programming in educational institutions, such as public, school, academic and special libraries as well as archives, museums, historical societies, and social groups. Over 40 presenters will exhibit new and exciting programming opportunities that can be brought to your institution.


1:00–  Major Wayne – Civil War surgery
1:10–  Foxy Trot Dance – Traditional Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) story
1:20–  SUNY Poly CMOST – miniMake
2:00– Bonnie Mion – How the Vote was Won
2:10– Mr. Mike Magic – How to Make a Balloon Dog
2:20– Youth FX – Filmmaking Screening and Q&A


Here’s the flyer: PSS2016flyer