Community Engagement: A Case Study in Starting the Conversation

When: 
Saturday, June 27, 2015 -
8:30am to 10:00am

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Presenters: 
Speaker: Ann Ferguson, Seattle Collection Curator, Seattle Public Library
Speaker: Chance Hunt, Assistant Director, Community Partnerships and Government Relations, Seattle Public Library
Speaker: Jennifer Cargal, Policy & Project Administrator, Seattle Public Library
Speaker: Linda Braun, Youth Services Manager, The Seattle Public Library
Speaker: Valerie Wonder, Community Engagement Manager, The Seattle Public Library
Description: 

Urban public libraries across the country and beyond are working to develop community engagement efforts that address changing community landscapes and initiate innovative and responsive service development and community change. In 2013 The Seattle Public Library identified five service priorities and began the process of articulating a path forward for each. Community engagement principles and practices have come to the forefront on each of these priorities. Join us to hear about our vision and guiding principles for this work, progress on implementation, and lessons learned.

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Community Engagement at The Seattle Public Library_ALA Conference Program 2015.docx - Uploaded by Valerie Wonder (Jul 6, 2015 - 16.8 KB
ALA Presentation 2015.pdf - Uploaded by Valerie Wonder (Jul 6, 2015 - 1.95 MB
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Loved your session! Will you be making the presentation available here?

Thanks!