Are you looking for something to do on Valentine’s day? While this might not make the “Top 10 date list ideas” for V-day, this is definitely an event you might want to consider joining during the day (while looking forward to your date night!).
Here’s the information:
EVENT TIME AND DATE: Thursday, February 14, 2013, 2:00-3:00 PM ET/11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT
Are Books Your Brand? How Libraries Can Stay Relevant to Readers
The core mission of libraries – providing books for readers – is as relevant today as it was years ago. In fact, it’s what people overwhelmingly identify as THE reason for libraries. Formats might change, and library patrons might only visit the library virtually, but the library is still the place where readers go to find books. Libraries should embrace this role in their communities – and become “Centers for Readers.” But how?
The panel will discuss:
- Shifts in how people are using the library
- Examples of successful library programs and services for readers
- Strategies and tools for engaging communities of readers
Robin Nesbitt – Technical Services Director, Columbus Metropolitan Library
Duncan Smith – Vice President, NoveList
Barry Trott – Digital Services Director, Williamsburg Regional Library
Laurel Tarulli – Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University
For those of you who weren’t able to attend the free ALCTS webinar – RDA Ask-the-Experts, the audio recording and slides are now available. I’m one of those individuals who wasn’t able to attend it yesterday – so I’m looking forward to taking some time to listen to it and review the presentations.
For those of you who attended, or weren’t able to attend, the slides are now available from yesterday’s NISO webinar: Bibliographic Control Alphabet Soup: AACR to RDA and Evolution of MARC