Community Connections: Break with Tradition!
A webinar in collaboration with ARSL exploring ways to develop community connections, especially with local businesses, for libraries to extend their reach and to help build stronger communities.
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Are you looking for fresh ways to connect your library with your community? Find out how these Nebraska libraries moved beyond traditional partnerships by uncovering shared commitment to community needs with new partners, especially local businesses. These new connections led to programming and events that promote health, literacy and entertainment for the whole community. The efforts extend the library’s marketing reach, build library support, and strengthen community relationships—all at little or no cost.
This webinar is hosted in collaboration with the Association for Rural and Small Libraries.
Presented by: Becky Baker, Library Director, Seward Memorial Library (NE); Scott Childers, Executive Director, Southeast Library System (NE); and Lisa Olivigni, Library Director, Crete Public Library (NE).
Start time: 2:00 Eastern / 11:00 Pacific
Tweet: #wjwebinar @RuralLibAssoc
Archive viewing options:
- Association for Rural & Small Libraries
- On WebJunction, Community Relations and Partnerships & Collaboration
- Crete Public Library
- Seward Memorial Library
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