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2009 Annual Scla Conference Ray Turner
 

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Ray Turner's presentation at the SCLA Leadership Retreat 2009

Ray Turner's presentation at the SCLA Leadership Retreat 2009

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    2009 Annual Scla Conference Ray Turner 2009 Annual Scla Conference Ray Turner Presentation Transcript

    • Columbia Marriott 1200 Hampton Street
    • The Thoughts Behind the Theme
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Each are their community’s storehouse filled with information
      • South Carolina Libraries:
          • Public
          • Academic
          • Special
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Families are looking to their Public Library to provide:
      • Information &
      • Instruction
      • Recreational Reading
      • Entertainment (local
      • artists, gaming
      • programs for YAs &
      • storytimes for the little
      • ones)
      • Job search and career
      • development for those
      • who are unemployed
      • Public Libraries Are:
        • Family Life Centers in Hard Economic Times.
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Academic Libraries supply all the services important for supplementing education, cultural awareness and the components to advance literacy within the State.
      • Academic Libraries Provide:
        • Cooperative access to education.
        • Literature through shared electronic and universal lending.
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Networking opportunities and resource sharing to enhance the mission of their parent organization or association
      • Special Libraries:
        • Provide informational and research services.
        • Meet the unique needs of professions & organizations.
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Who are these people?
      • What does each of the “people components” mean to your library?
      • How can all these people work together
      • effectively?
      • How can we recognize and become culturally aware of individual differences to foster an inclusive workplace and services?
      • Diverse People
      • “ The People Component”
        • County or Academic Officials
        • Trustees
        • Administrators
        • Deans
        • Managers
        • Directors
        • Support Staff
        • Patrons
        • Students
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Library Services
      • are those things
      • that we have
      • always done like
      • book lending and
      • ILL Loans.
      • They also include:
      • Internet
      • Web2.0
      • Digitalization
      • Second Life
      • Gaming
      • Programming for all ages
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • What are the new and exciting
      • “ Exceptional Services” South Carolina libraries are creating to assist its client base with their recreational and educational needs?
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Programs for the Conference:
      • The theme is an all-inclusive one that will allow us to:
      • Embrace the South Carolina library experience, the roles and kinds of people who patronize and operate SC libraries.
      • Highlight the exceptional services that we provide daily.
      • The Planning Committee would like programs that will aid us
      • in becoming better and effective libraries and library staff, as
      • well as, programs that will teach, inspire and inform.
      • The Committee would like to highlight programs that are
      • cutting-edge and most beneficial to the future of libraries
      • even with our current economic forecast and future trends.
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Possible Programs:
        • Budgeting/Funding
        • Salaries and Staffing Alternatives
        • Library Leadership Initiatives/Mentoring
        • Marketing and Promotion
        • Outreach and Partnerships
        • 21 st Century Collection Development
        • 21 st Century Data Collection and Storage
        • Advocacy/Elected Officials
        • Gaming and other programming for all age groups
        • Web 2.0 from a non-librarian perspective
        • Growing future librarians-programming for SLIS Students
      • These ideas are only a few examples of the
      • Types of programs for the Conference.
      • Be Creative!
      • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services
      • Some Planned Highlights:
      • Pre-Conference on Diversity Sponsored
      • in Partnership with SLIS
      • ALA Forum
      • Out of Stacks and Onto the Stage
      • (Karaoke and Dancing)
      • Internet Café Sponsored in Partnership with SOLINET & the State Library
      • Musical Entertainment
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services Annual Conference Deadlines   October 28 Diversity Pre-conference October 28-October 30 Annual Conference Columbia Marriott Room Rate: $139 per night + tax   Deadlines:   April 10 Program Proposal Forms   July 17 Speaker Registration Forms Initial Program Information   September 11 Final Program Information
    • South Carolina Libraries: Diverse People and Exceptional Services Any Questions? Contact Information Rayburne J. Turner, 1 st Vice President Post Office Box 2132 Walterboro, South Carolina 29488 [email_address] 843.572.4094 (W) 843.509.9275 ( C )