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Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Identifying Partnerships to Strengthen Your Library’s Relevance in the Community
Library Faculty Presentations & Publications
  • Lisandra R Carmichael, University of North Florida
  • Maria Atilano, University of North Florida
  • Cat Silvers, University of North Florida
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
5-14-2015
Abstract
Libraries are under pressure to demonstrate their value within their constantly evolving educational institutions or in their communities. The presenters will propose skills to strengthen library relevance that are applicable to all libraries: STOP – Evaluate where you are. Assess your current practices and determine areas for improvement. COLLABORATE - Identify opportunities for partnerships with organizations or groups whose goals align with yours. LISTEN - Garner feedback from users via social media and other platforms such as surveys and user interactions.
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Presentation made at the FLA Annual Conference 2015

http://www.flalib.org/conference_2015.php

Citation Information
Lisandra R Carmichael, Maria Atilano and Cat Silvers. "Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Identifying Partnerships to Strengthen Your Library’s Relevance in the Community" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/maria_atilano/2/