Workshops Committee Programs Management Training Series Library Leadership Ohio
Retooling Your Library, Technical Services, & Circulation
Tuesday, November 12, 2002
9:30:00 AM - 3:30:00 PM

Hilton Garden Inn - Twinsburg

$65 CAMLS Members
$75 Affiliate Members
$190 Non-members
Free for guests/speakers

Veggie Available

Deadline: Tuesday, November 05, 2002
Limit: 50
Registered Now: 4
Contact Hours: 6

Register Thru NOLA

Fee includes lunch and materials

Discover innovative methods and technological advances that can both evaluate your department's output and enhance productivity and service. Learn the secrets from Cate McNeely and the award winning Ironwood Branch of the Richland Public Library in British Columbia. Both technical services librarians and circulation staff will benefit from this new workshop which offers strategies that streamline workflow and lead your patrons to use your library and borrow materials with greater ease and autonomy.

The Ironwood Branch has been dubbed “the Library of the Future. ” This library had a total circulation of 743,950 and 85% of the circulation was performed with self-check out. Learn how this technology and many other innovative techniques can work for your library. Take a look at the future of technical services and circulation, and bring creative, exciting ideas back to your library.

This workshop is a CAMLS/NOLA co-sponsored event.
Please register through NOLA.

Course Content

    Audience: Technical Services, Circulation Staff, & Management
    Cate McNeely is the Deputy Cheif Librarian of the award winning Richmond Public Library in British Columbia and is an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia's School of Library Archival and Information Studies. Ms. McNeely was the project leader of the award winning Ironwood Branch dubbed "Library of the Future". She is also Principal of McNeely Consulting, providing expertise to public libraries and architects throughout North America. McNeely Consulting offers an array of services including staff training and development, speaking engagements, organizational efficiency reviews, and planning renovations and new buildings.

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