Event Type: General Workshop|
Start Time: 9:30 AM
End Time: 3:00 PM
Besides the duties and responsibilities associated with being a professional librarian, the one-person library (OPL) director must also be a teacher, consultant, educator, fundraiser, grant writer, community organizer, computer trouble-shooter, custodian, clerk, baby sitter, publisher, and more. . Much of the success of an OPL will depend on your attitude, personality and the people you associate with at your library. In this session we will cover how to define your library’s role in the community. Running a one-person library can be a daunting task. We will cover some important survival skills that will help to make your life easier and more efficient.
Topics that will be included are:
• A review of DOL support (workshops, collections, consulting, grants, ILL, technology)
• Getting organized, prioritizing your workflow to get the most out of your workday
• Working well with others: board members, volunteers, Friends, town officials.
Location: Georgia Public Library
Registration Ends: 6/28/2010 at 12:00 AM
DOL certification credits: 5Contact: Mara Siegel
Bring your lunch
Contact Number: 802-828-2727
Presenter: Michael Roche / Jeremiah Kellogg
We're sorry. The registration deadline was 6/28/2010 at 12:00 AM.