Event Title

Session 1: Inclusive Programming Motivated by Staff

Presenter

Cynthia Palacios

Event Type

Presentation

Location

WHH 117

Start Date

13-7-2018 11:00 AM

End Date

13-7-2018 12:30 PM

Description

Understanding your communities need and tailoring programming based on those needs can be challenging for all, particularly for early-career librarians. In this presentation, I will speak about my unique experience at the Ramona Library, a San Diego County Library branch, as a librarian tasked with creating programs for a rural community. During this presentation examples of staff collegiality in addressing and embracing the culture of the community will be discussed in addition to its benefits pertaining to professional self-care. Attendees will learn about my experience with community-based programming using the concept of “for the community by the community”. As a woman a color I will explain the responsibility of being a role model in the library world.

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Jul 13th, 11:00 AM Jul 13th, 12:30 PM

Session 1: Inclusive Programming Motivated by Staff

WHH 117

Understanding your communities need and tailoring programming based on those needs can be challenging for all, particularly for early-career librarians. In this presentation, I will speak about my unique experience at the Ramona Library, a San Diego County Library branch, as a librarian tasked with creating programs for a rural community. During this presentation examples of staff collegiality in addressing and embracing the culture of the community will be discussed in addition to its benefits pertaining to professional self-care. Attendees will learn about my experience with community-based programming using the concept of “for the community by the community”. As a woman a color I will explain the responsibility of being a role model in the library world.