Winter Institute

23 Aug

Winter Institute Registration to Open September 17

The 2019 Winter Institute, to be held January 22–25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, will feature notable keynote presenters, 40 education sessions, author receptions, networking opportunities, and more.

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21 Aug

Watch for the Winter Institute Schedule to Debut September 12

Booksellers are encouraged to review the schedule when beginning to book travel for the January 22–25 event. Registration for Winter Institute 14 will open on Monday, September 17.

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14 Aug
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Winter Institute 2019 Schedule to be Announced September 12

Registration for Winter Institute 14, to be held January 22–25 in Albuquerque, will open on Monday, September 17, but to help booksellers plan their travel, the schedule will go live a week prior.

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11 Jul

ABA Seeks Input for #MeToo Education Session

As the American Booksellers Association develops programming for the 2019 Winter Institute, booksellers are asked to share their thoughts about creating welcoming spaces in the #MeToo era.

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10 Jul

Last Call: Winter Institute Scholarship Applications Due July 15

Booksellers have until Sunday, July 15, to apply for a scholarship to the American Booksellers Association’s 2019 Winter Institute.

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26 Jun

Winter Institute Scholarship Application Deadline Extended to July 15

To ensure every bookseller has the opportunity to apply for a scholarship to the 2019 Winter Institute, ABA has extended the application deadline to July 15.

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21 Jun
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The Clock’s Ticking: Apply for a Winter Institute Scholarship Now

Booksellers have until June 30 to apply for a scholarship to ABA’s 2019 Winter Institute via a form on BookWeb.

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11 Jun

Wi14 Scholarship Application Process Underway

Booksellers who are interested in applying for a scholarship to ABA’s 2019 Winter Institute can do so by filling out the Wi14 scholarship application form on BookWeb.

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04 Jun

Winter Institute Scholarship Applications Open Until June 30

The application form is open for booksellers hoping to win a scholarship (which includes the conference fee plus lodging and transportation costs) to ABA’s 2019 Winter Institute in Albuquerque.

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27 Apr

Wi14 Scholarship Application Process Opens

Booksellers who are interested in applying for a scholarship to ABA’s 2019 Winter Institute can do so by filling out the Wi14 scholarship application form on BookWeb.

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24 Apr

ABA Annual Meeting and Town Hall Set for May 31

ABA’s Annual Membership Meeting will be held Thursday, May 31, from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. at the Javits Convention Center during BookExpo 2018. The Annual Meeting will be preceded by the Town Hall.

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24 Apr

Wi14 Scholarship Applications to Open May 2

Applications for the 2019 Winter Institute in Albuquerque will be accepted starting May 2. The winning booksellers will be notified prior to the opening of registration in September.

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23 Apr

In Case You Missed It: 13 Education Sessions Now Available via BTW

Here’s the complete list of Winter Institute education sessions covered by Bookselling This Week in the issues following the event. Check them out and learn something new today!

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18 Apr

Wi13 Education: Capturing the Travel, Religion, and Cookbook Enthusiast

Booksellers at Winter Institute heard from bookseller and publisher panelists about how to use creative marketing, merchandising, events, and hand-selling to sell more books in specific genres.

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11 Apr

Wi13 Education: Best Practices for Conducting Staff Meetings

Bookseller panelists at Winter Institute discussed how staff meetings can reinforce a bookstore’s mission and provide an opportunity to share updates and brainstorm solutions to problems.

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