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With the technology landscape constantly shape-shifting, libraries must respond as futurists to changing patron needs. Learn strategies for working to remain relevant, if not core, to your community's needs by providing the means and support for patrons to create and innovate. Rural and small libraries with limited resources can become community innovation incubators, by providing patrons access to transformative technologies and by creating the space new ideas to be explored. looking beyond makerspaces to idea spaces. Library staff and administrators will consider why this is important and encouraged to consider what form their community needs demand from its library. This webinar will be presented by Andrea Berstler, past president of the Association for Rural & Small Libraries and the current executive director of the Wicomico Public Library in Maryland.
You may register for a group viewing of this webinar at one of the locations listed above, or you may register to attend this webinar from your location using Fuze. Should you wish to view this from your location, follow the steps below to access the webinar:1. When registering, choose "Fuze" from the list of locations2. After you've completed your registration, return to the event on L2 and make sure you are still logged-in.3.Then, under the Documents heading you will find a link titled "Webinar Log-In" which will provide you log-in information for Fuze.
Categories: Services to Special Populations, Technology
This event is sponsored by Reaching Across Illinois Library System.
Last day to cancel registrations is: 4/10/2014
Questions? Please contact Joe Filapek.
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