Higher education is increasingly putting more emphasis on evidence and assessment. Libraries everywhere, whether public, special, school, or academic, are feeling more pressure to demonstrate their value to administrators, boards, politicians, and their constituents. Megan Oakleaf, a professor at the iSchool at Syracuse University, wrote an excellent report entirely on this topic called The Value of […]
A little over a week ago Champlain College hosted a two day summit called Building Partnerships for a Thriving Workforce. They invited college staff, faculty and students, but also a lot of community members, business owners, parents and local stakeholders. The focus of it was creating the workforce of the future which involves both the […]
This past week I attended the New England Library Leadership Symposium facilitated by Maureen Sullivan in North Andover, MA. She lead a challenging and rewarding program over the course of a week, and as a group we did a lot of sharing and learning. I wanted to distill down a few lessons that stuck out […]
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