Working with BoardsLast year Dr. Al Abramovitz of Case Western Reserve University captivated a group of CAMLS library directors with his insights on the board-administrator relationship as the group met for breakfast to plan the CAMLS Management Training Series Issues Track. Even in an informal setting, Dr. Abramovitzs broad experience and practical knowledge was considered so useful that CAMLS is pleased to add him to our fall lineup to present Working with Boards on Tuesday, September 25 for a half-day workshop.
CAMLS committee programs are open to all CAMLS members and free of charge:
Technical Services CommitteeTuesday, October 2, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Lynn Johngrass, head of CPL's Acquisitions Department, and her staff will lead a discussion on Standing Orders. A Tour of the Acquisitions Department will follow.
Location: Cleveland Public Library - Lakeshore Facility
Resource Sharing CommitteeProgram: It's alive! OPLIN and the State Library of Ohio announce the beginning of the Statewide Resource Sharing network, MORE (Moving Ohio Resources Everywhere). The software tools are in place and we are bringing the first wave of libraries on board. If your library is interested in participating in MORE, then plan on attending this session to find out what's involved. The session will cover the principles of cooperation, delivery, system profiling, and feature a demonstration of the software program used for MORE. Presented by Carol Bradsher and Don Yarman, on behalf of OPLIN.
Location: Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library.
CAMLS Community Outreach CommitteeMonday, October 15, 2001, 9:30 1:30 a.m. Read Aloud Programs to do with Seniors, presented by Judy Nelson, Medina County District Library
Location: Medina County District Library Annex Meeting Room.
Save the date:: Clerk-Treasurer Roundtable Luncheon is scheduled for Thursday, November 29 at 1 p.m., location TBA.