The 5 Essentials for Creating Community-Centered Libraries

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March 24, 2017 by jillclever

This course, presented by Library Journal Professional Development, is an intensive online course for librarians seeking to have better, more engaged communities. Learn from library directors on the cutting edge of developing collaborative, people-centered libraries and communities.

Hear how to turn your engagement ideas into action by determining your direction, measuring outcomes and leading your community.

This course features weekly guest speakers and personalized interactions with online group discussions. Participants will access course materials and exercises prior to and throughout the course. This allows you to apply key concepts to your immediate work as you continue learning through interaction, collaboration and workshop activities. This all takes place online.

There are five essential components to the training with the ultimate goal of gaining tools for contributing to your community through outreach, partnerships and programming.

The training takes place at 11am ET, April 19, 26, May 3 & 10.

For more information or to register go to http://learn.libraryjournal.com/courses/five-essential-components

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