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Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
Maine Municipal Association 2013
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    • 1. Global Involvement, Local Engagement Maine Municipal Association, 2013
    • 2. Learns from this and this.
    • 3. • Literacy remains fundamental but our definition of literacy has shifted. • We connect with citizens across the globe. • Planet is connected, our actions are aimed locally.
    • 4. “We may sit in our library and yet be in all quarters of the earth.”
    • 5. Did You Know?
    • 6. “Social media is not about the exploitation of technology but service to community.” ~Simon Mainwaring
    • 7. 49,377 people visited 12% increase 3,729 hours of volunteer time worked In 3 months, 6,059 patrons visited the children’s section.
    • 8. 38,505 (books, DVDs, books on tape) were checked out 43% increase Computers or wireless network used 32,562 times 3,148 people attended programs
    • 9. 1,384 ebooks downloaded 257 books interlibrary loaned 158 passports facilitated 5,413 reference questions asked
    • 10. 1. Market or brand their image. 2. Attract former residents to return by locating and reaching out. 3. Connect job seekers to positions within their city and recruit a skilled workforce. 4. Showcase local businesses and assets to attract more businesses and assets. Source: http://mashable.com/2010/12/16/cities-social-media-recession/
    • 11. What is the present and future we want? Workforce development Economic development Grant Writing Urban renewal Connection to natural world Sustainability
    • 12. Sonja Plummer Morgan, MLIS Email: pimelibrarian@gmail.com LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/sonjaplummermorgan Library Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/presqueislelibrarians Library Director Twitter: @pimelibrarydir

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