JAN 28

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In this webinar, learn how to provide inclusive outreach to and engagement with members of your local community.

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On paper, your job description as a library director may not cover some of the unique challenges and opportunities that come with serving a small or rural community. Juggling the nuances of a new position can be overwhelming, but equipped with a tool belt of everyday skills ranging from assessment to communication and outreach to time-management, you can move through your new role with confidence. This session will be useful for anyone interested in strengthening their role in the library, even if you aren’t a director. Come learn from a successful new director, 10 fresh tips for working with staff, boards, and the community to create a strong and vibrant library. Join us and bring your tips and ideas to help new directors succeed!

Presented by: Jennifer Pearson, Director, Marshall County Memorial Library (TN) and current board member, ARSL

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Date

28 January 2016

Time

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]

Venue

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Webinar presenter Ken McDonnell