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Partnership

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  • 1. Richard Le Adult Services Librarian, San Francisco Public Library
  • 2. • Reasons getting into a partnership • Planning process • Strong partnership • Partnerships with community groups • What’ve learned • Gained from the partnerships * Technologies for community building
  • 3. • Maximize resources • Solve a problem • Add value to a service • Meet a need • Change an image • Improve services • Reach new users • Create new resources • Tap into other assets • Generate support
  • 4. • Goal compatibility • Resources sharing • Defined roles & responsibilities • Balanced ownership • Collaborative efforts • Right attitude about partnership • Recognized mutual benefits • Good communications • Leadership commitment • Shared success
  • 5. Relationship: Informal partnership / Co-presenting Duration: 6 months Purpose: Resources & info sharing Lib. assets: Collection & database Meeting room facility Training support (computer) Benefits: Vocational services & expertise Gain support for program Develop new users Tap into their resources
  • 6. Relationship: Informal partnership / co-presenting Duration: On-going Purpose: Resource sharing Lib. assets: Collection & database Meeting room facility Computer lab & equipment Free classes Benefits: Develop & reach new users Create new partners Gain support for program
  • 7. Relationship: Informal collaboration Duration: On-going Purpose: Resources & info sharing Lib. assets: Resources & collection Training expertise Benefits: Gain support for program Tap into their resources Reach new users Create new partnerships
  • 8. Relationship: Formal partnership Duration: 1 year (ends Nov. 2010) Purpose: Fulfill a grant requirement Lib. assets: Local subject expertise Info needed to support the grant Benefits: Tap into their training resources Expertise & trained staff Gain support for program
  • 9. What we offered & gainedWhat we offered & gained
  • 10. • Vocational services • Gain support for program • Develop new users • Tap into their resources • Reach new users • Create new partners • Gain support for program • Gain support for program • Tap into their resources • Reach new users • Create new partnerships • Tap into their training resources • Expertise & trained staff • Gain support for program
  • 11. Sunday 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Room 310 Community outreach &Community outreach & collaborationcollaboration
  • 12. Richard Le rle@sfpl.org

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