Fix the Future:
Access, Innovation, Opportunities
Current and future library leaders will convene this fall to learn how to better position their service programs and facilities for success in the face of key societal, technological, and global changes. Anyone interested in future proofing toward ensuring the relevancy and sustainability of the work they do and the audiences they represent should look to attend.
On Thursday evening, October 25th at 5:30pm, the conference will begin with the dynamic kick-off speaker, Wesley Rebisz, Asset Manager at Lesso Home, re-developers for the site formerly known as The Source Mall. Wesley will discuss the disruptive impact technology has had on consumer behavior and information consumption.
Gain insight on how to transform your library into becoming a community destination for the future.
Friday’s conference will begin at 8:30am with registration and breakfast. Presentations involve a full line-up of speakers addressing themes that demand our attention as we navigate the way forward for our organizations. We’ll discuss access, equity, education, empowerment, and more.
Conference participants include the following individuals and organizations:
David Beard, Former Deputy Editor-in-Chief and Digital Editor, National Journal
Presenting: What role, if any, should libraries play in preserving local news?
Betsy Rivera, Regional Partnership Coordinator, Girls Who Code
Presenting: Join the Girls Who Code Movement
Syntychia Kendrick-Samuel, Head of Young Adult Services, Uniondale Public Library
Presenting: Library Programs and Services that Empower and Engage Teens
First Time Attendees Call for Discount Code 631.675.1570 ext. 2001
For questions contact Eliscia Cirrone, firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-675-1570 Ext. 2001