MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY
GOODMAN SOUTH MADISON BRANCH
MADISON, WISCONSIN
Madison Public Library
• Urban – population served: 231,916.
• Percentage of population that speak a
language other than E...
Madison Public Library
Vision
Madison Public Library: your place to learn, share and create.
Mission
Madison Public Librar...
Goodman South Madison Library opened in
October 2010. It was formerly located across the
parking lot. The new library incl...
CHECKOUTS: 4,122,191
VISITS: 2,020,557
INTERNET USE: 682,034
PROGRAM ATTENDANCE: 98,534
Goodman South
Madison
CHECKOUTS: 2...
Outreach Services Overview
Public Health Department - WIC
• Outreach grant provided by Madison
Community Foundation.
Job Club
Drop-in Animation Lab
With outreach to:
• Juvenile Denton
Center
• Centro Hispano
• Neighborhood
Centers
English for Families
• In conjunction with literacy network
• Funded by a grant from South Madison
Rotary Club.
Eat, Play, Bike
Summer Reading Club
• 476 registrants in 2012
• 85 events for children and
families
• 2282 attendance
Family Fun Nights
Family Fun Nights
• 1517 attendance
• 32 events since January
2012
One year anniversary: Backyard Bash
Inreach at the Library
Joining Forces for Families
Inreach at the Library
Goodman South Madison hosts over many
community partners throughout the year,
connecting neighborho...
Collaborations with UW-Madison
Educational and Career Advising
Odyssey Project: An Educational Partnership
The UW-Odyssey Project
changes lives for adults
near the poverty level. Now
in...
Building Partnerships
Community Partners
Literacy Network
MATC (Madison Area Technical College)
Dane County Parent Council (Head Start)
Friends ...
Questions?
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  1. 1. MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY GOODMAN SOUTH MADISON BRANCH MADISON, WISCONSIN
  2. 2. Madison Public Library • Urban – population served: 231,916. • Percentage of population that speak a language other than English at home: 14.2%. • Main Library Plus 8 Neighborhood Branches.
  3. 3. Madison Public Library Vision Madison Public Library: your place to learn, share and create. Mission Madison Public Library provides free and equitable access to cultural and educational experiences. We celebrate ideas, promote creativity, connect people and enrich lives.
  4. 4. Goodman South Madison Library opened in October 2010. It was formerly located across the parking lot. The new library includes: • three times the space of the old library • twice as many computers • self-check and open holds • dedicated space for children and families • meeting and study spaces A new neighborhood library
  5. 5. CHECKOUTS: 4,122,191 VISITS: 2,020,557 INTERNET USE: 682,034 PROGRAM ATTENDANCE: 98,534 Goodman South Madison CHECKOUTS: 223,287 VISITS: 187,988 INTERNET USE: 92,090 PROGRAM ATTENDANCE: 13,544 Madison Public Library 2012: The Year in Numbers
  6. 6. Outreach Services Overview
  7. 7. Public Health Department - WIC • Outreach grant provided by Madison Community Foundation.
  8. 8. Job Club
  9. 9. Drop-in Animation Lab With outreach to: • Juvenile Denton Center • Centro Hispano • Neighborhood Centers
  10. 10. English for Families • In conjunction with literacy network • Funded by a grant from South Madison Rotary Club.
  11. 11. Eat, Play, Bike
  12. 12. Summer Reading Club • 476 registrants in 2012 • 85 events for children and families • 2282 attendance
  13. 13. Family Fun Nights
  14. 14. Family Fun Nights • 1517 attendance • 32 events since January 2012
  15. 15. One year anniversary: Backyard Bash
  16. 16. Inreach at the Library Joining Forces for Families
  17. 17. Inreach at the Library Goodman South Madison hosts over many community partners throughout the year, connecting neighborhood residents to needed social services including: • Second Harvest Food Assistance • Joining Forces for Families • VITA Tax Assistance • Writing, Job and Computer Assistance • UW Madison Continuing Education Assistance • Porchlight Shelter Services
  18. 18. Collaborations with UW-Madison Educational and Career Advising
  19. 19. Odyssey Project: An Educational Partnership The UW-Odyssey Project changes lives for adults near the poverty level. Now in its tenth year, this inspirational project has empowered more than 250 low- income adults to find their voices and get a jumpstart at earning college degrees they never thought possible. Graduates of the program have journeyed from homelessness to UW-Madison degrees, from incarceration to meaningful work in the community.
  20. 20. Building Partnerships
  21. 21. Community Partners Literacy Network MATC (Madison Area Technical College) Dane County Parent Council (Head Start) Friends of Goodman South Madison Branch Library Centro Hispano UW Madison Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corp. …. And many more!
  22. 22. Questions?

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