Leading from Any Position: Libraries which are Leaders in their Communities and Librarians who Lead-IRRT Preconference

Friday, June 26, 2015 -
8:00am to 1:00pm

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Speaker: Amed Demirhan, Barzani National Memorial
Speaker: Diane VanderPol, Associate Director, Zayed University
Speaker: Guoying Liu, Head, Systems Department, University of Windsor
Speaker: Jean Ameral, Assistant Professor/Outreach Librarian, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Speaker: Karen Pillon, Head, Access Services, University of Windsor
Speaker: Louise Reimer, Director of Branch Services, Edmonton Public Library
Speaker: Shaimaa Sakr, Zayed University
Speaker: Vivian Casillas, Denver Public Library
Speaker: Will Chan, Denver Public Library

The library profession is constantly adjusting to new technical developments, standards and innovative new services. These changes may occur without additional funding, or in an environment where the relevance of library services may not be widely known, or may be questioned as larger institutions face rethinking of structures. Libraries need to be leaders in their communities in order to ensure they are full participants in the future of those communities. Learn how librarians from around the world are addressing how to lead and how to nurture leadership of both individuals and libraries. (Session includes lunch)

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015 - 12:20pm PDT
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Cost: $90 USD

Registration includes: Materials, refreshments and lunch.
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Event code: IRR2