"Libraries Change Lives": A Dialogue with Barbara Stripling, ALA President

15
Mar
Mar 15, 2014
9:00 am — 1:00 pm
Oakdale Campus, Bourne Mansion
Open to Public
Registration Required

Libraries Change Lives!  
A Dialogue with Barbara Stripling, President American Library Association

Libraries of all types across the country are on the move – they are transforming their programs, collections, and services to provide equitable access to information and meet the priorities of the communities they serve.  Libraries are stepping up to become centers of conversation, community engagement, learning, and innovation.

Share a morning with Barbara Stripling, 2013-2014 ALA president!  Barbara will discuss her presidential initiative, Libraries Change Lives.  The goal for all libraries is to listen to their communities and support community members in achieving their aspirations.  Share your voice!

Christian Zabriskie, Assistant Coordinator, Young Adult Services Queens Library & Founder Urban Libraries Unite will share his transformative initiatives that build practice around the community priorities he has discovered by turning outward.

Location
Oakdale Campus, Bourne Mansion
500 Montauk Highway
Oakdale, NY 11769

Event co-sponsored by Division of Library and Information Science, St. John’s University and The Public Libraries of Suffolk County

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Must pre-register to secure seating. Breakfast will be provided.
CEU Units available

For more information contact:

Rosann Kelly, MBA, MS
Assistant Director
Division of Library and Information Science
St. Augustine Hall, Room 408-D
Queens, NY 11439
kellyr1@stjohns.edu
718-990-1457  

Lisa G. Kropp
Youth Services Coordinator
Suffolk Cooperative Library System
627 North Sunrise Service Road
Bellport, NY 11713
lisa@suffolknet.org
631-286-1600 x1365