Librarians as Learning Leaders: Networked for the 21st Century

Saturday, June 29, 2013 -
10:30am to 11:30am

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Speaker: Sandra Mayer, Branch Librarian, Orange County Library System
Speaker: Wendi Bost, Public Service Administrator, Orange County Library System

Librarians as Learning Leaders (LLL) at Orange County Library System formed to reexamine the role of librarians. No longer are librarians primary keepers of the printed word or libraries warehouses of information. Current trends are transforming customers’ expectations for consumption and accessibility. Administration and librarians take seriously the task of remaining relevant and connected to the library customer. The LLL network has a critical role in contributing, facilitating, and participating in both the current and future success of the library. Through shared learning experiences and collaboration, the LLL network is on track for helping librarians and the library stay relevant.

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PLA Presentation_handout.pdf - Uploaded by Sandy Mayer (Aug 7, 2013 - 67.77 KB
PLA@ALA2013_Networked_21_century_WJBFdesktop_6-25_13_final.pptx - Uploaded by Sandy Mayer (Aug 7, 2013 - 7 MB
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The slides on this attachment are the slides used during the presentation on June 29, 2013.

This handout was not provided at the presentation.  It is a set of questions to help your organization identify barriers and put into action some of the ideas/concepts discussed at the presentation.

Thank you for coming to the presentation.  Please let Wendi or me know if you have questions or comments.