9/17/2018 – Embedded Librarianship
Embedded Librarianship is one of the most valuable tools to working with any community, and this is especially true when working with a younger demographic. We will review how to work with stakeholders in your building to build relationships with New Adults. We will also discuss where and how to embed yourselves with this demographic outside the library walls.
Librarians gather to share New Adult Programs over coffee and light refreshments. Librarians will be asked to submit some materials in advance to create packets everyone can take with them.
Michael Buono, MLS, MHRM
Head of Reference & Patron Services, Brentwood Public Library
Adjunct Lecturer, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies at CUNY Queens
1-631-295-4851 (SMS Preferred)
NAC: Tracking Dark Social
Monday, June 18 at 10 AM – 12 PM
Suffolk County Library Association, 627 N Sunrise Service Rd, Bellport, New York 11713
The New Adult Committee (NAC) meets once a month to learn about issues related to helping millennial patrons in libraries. Meetings include guest speakers, round-tables, and more! Join us if you work with millennials or have an interest in serving them in your library. Meetings are one Monday a month at various libraries. The schedule is posted at SCLA.
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