$149 for Members / $249 for Non-Members
Underutilized space. Shrinking circulations. Limited budgets. Public libraries face a variety of growing issues, however, it is also a perfect opportunity to not just adapt, but to innovate!
Join us on March 2nd to learn how the City of Scottsdale, AZ and Arlington County, VA have hit reset and reinvented a public asset for decades to come.
In this session you will learn how to:
- Leverage public libraries for the innovation economy through content and programming
- Access to new ways to network and collaborate
- Integrate jurisdictional strategic priorities
At the end of the webinar, attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions. You can even request a follow up email from any of the panelists to gain further insight into their program details.
The panel will be moderated by Frances O'Brien, Librarian with University of Tennessee - MTAS and will include presentations by Colleen Miller, Library Assistant from City of Scottsdale and Diane Kresh, Director at Arlington County, VA.
Something come up? Simply can't make the scheduled time? Or maybe watching it once just isn't enough? We have you covered! By registering for the live event, you will receive access to the webinar for 60 days after its recording at no additional charge.
- January 22 - March 02, 2020
- 01:00 pm 02:00 pm
- Member Price:Not available
- Non-Member:Not available