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  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Remind everyone that they did a brief approximation of the Assets and Needs assessment during yesterday’s workshop, which is why we’ll be starting today with the work plan. Be sure everyone has their Assets worksheet with them. The following four slides will be foreshadowing the day’s activities by placing them on the Skills Framework continuum. Go through the whole presentation as an overview first thing, then return to slide 8 (work plans) and leave the appropriate instructions projected as you work through each objective.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.
  • Call attention to the structure of each session, written as a work plan. This is the overview and would represent, if it were written using the Work Plan Developer, the first page.

Programming in action  want to be more community responsive Programming in action want to be more community responsive Presentation Transcript

  • Libraries for the Future Pennsylvania Library Association Conference September 27, 2005 Hershey, PA PROGRAMMING IN ACTION Want to Be More Community Responsive  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Libraries for the Future
    • Mission: to champion the role of libraries in American life and to promote new approaches to sustaining and developing libraries
    • Program division of the Americans for Libraries Council
    • Since 1992 helping libraries respond to changing needs in their community
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • What is Equal Access Libraries
    • EqualAccess Libraries is an initiative developed by Libraries for the Future
    • Support the development of the new American Library through professional development
    • Offered at state, regional or system levels.
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Equal Access Libraries Implementation
    • Pennsylvania 2002
    • Arizona 2003
    • New York 2005
    • Coming Soon
      • New Hampshire
      • Massachusetts
      • New Hampshire
      • Connecticut
      • Florida
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • The Equal Access Libraries EqualAccess Community of Practice Guiding Principles Workshops 1 & 2 Workshops 3 & 4 Implement community programming using knowledge and resources  2005 Libraries for the Future Access Skills Access Programs Library Community
  • Guiding Principles
    • Go beyond business as usual
    • Expand your service
    • Exploit the power of technology
    • Value physical and social space
    • Be a civic hub
    • Be adaptable and responsive
    • Promote public awareness
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Access Skills Framework
    • Provides you with skills critical for connecting to your community
    • Provides foundation for all programs
    • Helps to integrate programming into ongoing library operations
    Community  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Access Skills Framework Assess assets & needs Create a work plan Evaluate & document Planning & goals Connecting with community needs & resources Conduct outreach Identify partners & collaborate Conduct advocacy & public awareness Identify need  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Access Programs
    • Address needs of specific audience
      • Health Access— health consumers
      • Youth Access— youth
      • Lifelong Access— active adults
    • Serve as a framework for a sustained, flexible response to that audience need
    • Based on strategies that can be applied to meet the needs of any population
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • EA.WebJunction.org
    • Online community part of www.WebJunction.org
    • Collaborative space for all interested in discussing the library of the future
    • EqualAccess philosophy & overview, discussion forums, showcase and updates on events
    • Section for EqualAccess participants
    • The place to watch for news about EqualAccess in Pennsylvania
    Community  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • B.F. Jones Memorial Library
    • Gloria Wanchock, Reference Librarian
    • Guiding Principles in Action:
    • EqualAccess Libraries Goes beyond Business as Usual
    • An EqualAccess Library Values Physical and Social Space
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Access Programs
    • Address needs of specific audience
      • Health Access— health consumers
      • Youth Access— youth
      • Lifelong Access— active adults
    • Serve as a framework for a sustained, flexible response to that audience need
    • Based on strategies that can be applied to meet the needs of any population
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • EA.WebJunction.org
    • Online community part of www.WebJunction.org
    • Collaborative space for all interested in discussing the library of the future
    • EqualAccess philosophy & overview, discussion forums, showcase and updates on events
    • Section for EqualAccess participants
    • The place to watch for news about EqualAccess in Pennsylvania
    Community  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • B.F. Jones Memorial Library
    • Gloria Wanchock, Reference Librarian
    • Guiding Principles in Action:
    • EqualAccess Libraries Goes beyond Business as Usual
    • An EqualAccess Library Values Physical and Social Space
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • BF Jones Memorial Library  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
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  • Community Library of Allegheny Valley
    • Susan Wilson, Youth Service Librarian
    • Guiding Principles in Action:
    • An EqualAccess Library Values Physical and Social Space
    • An EqualAccess Library Expands Its Service
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Martin Memorial Library
    • Maggie Ahrens , Virtual Library Coordinator/Collection Development Specialist
    • Guiding Principle
    • An EqualAccess Library Exploits the Power of Technology
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Martin Memorial Library  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Ephrata Public Library Penny Talbert, Community Relations Coordinator/Teen Librarian
    • Guiding Principles
    • An EqualAccess Library Goes Beyond Business as Usual
    • An EqualAccess Library Promotes Public Awareness
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  • Ephrata Public Library Penny Talbert, Community Relations Coordinator/Teen Librarian
    • Guiding Principles
    • An EqualAccess Library Goes Beyond Business as Usual
    • An EqualAccess Library Promotes Public Awareness
     2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  •  2005 Libraries for the Future
  • DISCUSSION & QUESTIONS  2005 Libraries for the Future