The Future of Libraries: Do We Have 5 Years to Live?
Thursday and Friday, February 5-6, 2015, USC in Los Angeles
A two-day institute for CEOs, University/College Librarians, government and special library directors, and their senior staff, to get beyond the nostalgia, platitudes and cliches and explore the significant challenges facing library leaders. A unique program planned by and for public library CEOs/Directors and University Librarians and their senior staff.
In a world filled with turbulent change, are libraries keeping pace? Are they innovating and engaging their communities with all the opportunities available? Are they choosing the right focus and priorities? Join us for spirited discussions and interactive problem-solving!
From the USC Center for Library Leadership and Management
Confirmed speakers include:
University of Southern California
Doheny Memorial Library
Conference Room 240
For more info & to register go to: www.thefutureoflibraries.org
Parking information: https://visit.usc.edu/maps-directions/university-park-campus/public-parking/
Attendees had this to say about our first two:
“This symposium had some of the best overall content of any conference I’ve attended, including big ones like OLA, PLA, ALA, etc.”
“Enjoyed the mix of in person, multimedia, Skype.” “Great mix.” “The variety added to the ability to maintain attention – you got it right.”
“Choice of speakers was outstanding.” “They all excelled.”
“All speakers were on subject and brought experience and expertise. Good spotlight on the tools so we can make decisions about our own spaces.”
“All the speakers were inspiring and informative. This symposium make me think about creative making in a deeper way and gave me ideas about how libraries can be leaders in providing access to creative making spaces, instruction, events, etc. I loved Chattanooga PL’s 4th floor culture, the energy they put into their events. Fayetteville PL’s call for libraries to ‘just be relevant’ is also amazing – I believe that organizational culture eats planning for breakfast and it is inspirational to see how these libraries operate.”
“I really liked getting insight from organizations outside of libraries as well as libraries of different types – hearing about the successful things they are doing.”
For sponsorship opportunities please contact: Jane Dysart, email@example.com