Connected Librarian Day 2014.
I feel incredibly honored to have been asked by Joyce Valenza to share some of the things that I do with my library program. I am beyond excited to be joining the ranks of some of my favorite librarian heroes.
See the full schedule of events and read about all of the incredibly talented presenters at Library 2.0.
For my part, I decided to talk about, communicating to your stakeholders, a subject that has been on my mind quite a bit, especially since I got to hear the fabulous Jennifer LaGarde (aka Library Girl) speak at KASL Summer Refresher this year.
Most recently I've presented on a similar topic at KASL Fall Conference with James Allen. You can see what we talked about for library advocacy [here].
I can't wait to share some of the ways that I have been working to create a library presence for my stakeholders that both provides them with what they need and helps to keep our library program and students on everyone's mind.
I think one of the best things we can do for our students is identify our stakeholder priorities and work to deliver information to each stakeholder group that relates to those priorities.
See the Archived Webinar Below:)
Your Connected Librarian Stakeholder Toolkit - Slides
Your Connected Librarians Stakeholder Toolkit Resources
Hover over the image below and see links to different resources/examples that you might find helpful.
AASL School Library Program Health and Wellness Toolkit http://www.ala.org/aasl/advocacy/tools/toolkits/health-wellness
ALA crafting your message