RASD PR & Marketing Committee Programs

Thursday, January 17 in the SCLS Blue Room, coffee at 9:30, program at 10:00 – Annual PR Review of the SLMA Award entrants – Review the excellent marketing campaigns entered into the SLMA Award competition for 2018. Learn from your creative colleagues.

Thursday, March 14 at the East Islip Public Library coffee at 9:30 program at 10:00. Navigating Today’s Local News Landscape – Library Publicity with Jaci Clement.

Jo-Ann Carhart, MLS
Head of Adult Services
Librarian III
East Islip Public Library
381 East Main Street
East Islip, NY 11730
Phone (631) 581-9200 x 5
FAX (631) 581-2245
Co-Chair of the RASD PR & Marketing Committee

Supporting Our Immigrant Community – Rapid Response Training Wednesday, June 20

At the June, 2018 RASD Board Meeting, we spoke about how we, as librarians, can reach out and support our immigrant community. If you, or anyone you know is interested to learn more about how we can stand with immigrants – –

Please join the upcoming Rapid Response Training for Undocumented Immigrants on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm. This training is FREE and will take place at Suffolk County Community College, in the Babylon Student Center, Mildred Green Room (Ammerman Campus in Selden). It is being provided by LI Jobs with Justice.

The RSVP is Monday, June 18. Please see the email below for details. Everyone is encouraged and welcome to attend this event. Please spread the word.  The Facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/1830161643672779/. This event is sponsored by the SCCC Undocumented Student Task Force. There is no charge for this training. ALL are welcome, but please RSVP so we can plan.



Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks so much!.

Joan Cook
Instructor, Library Technical Services
Suffolk County Community College
533 College Road, Selden, NY 11784


Fall New Adult Committee Meetings

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.

11/19/2018 – Programming Roundtable
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)