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Libraries Transforming Communities: Models for Change Overview

During this two-year (2017-18) professional development project, library professionals will have access to free training in community leadership techniques like coalition-building and dialogue facilitation. Offerings will include free web-based and in-person workshops specially designed for three library types:

  • large public libraries (spring 2017)
  • academic libraries (fall 2017)
  • small, medium-sized and rural public libraries (winter/spring 2018)

This introductory webinar will provide an overview of LTC: Models for Change. Participants will:

Libraries Transforming Communities: Introduction to Dialogue & Deliberation (1 of 3)

PLEASE NOTE: This is the first in a three-part webinar series designed for public libraries that serve large or urban communities. Later series will be offered for academic libraries (fall 2017) and small, mid-sized and rural libraries (winter/spring 2018). Not sure which series is right for you? Email us.

Let's Talk About

Let's Talk About logo from Sacramento Public Library

The Let’s Talk About program is a new series designed to engage the community in deeper discussions about noteworthy subjects that are often difficult to talk about. The library announces the subject, provides book lists to encourage a deeper dive into that theme, offers a safe place for the discussion, and coordinates the experts and authors who inspire and lead the program for more open conversations.

Previous Let's Talk About conversations centered around death, racism and voting, and our library plans to host more programs in 2017.

Libraries Transforming Communities: Everyday Democracy’s Dialogue to Change Process (3 of 3)

PLEASE NOTE: This is the third in a three-part webinar series designed for public libraries that serve large or urban communities. Later series will be offered for academic libraries (fall 2017) and small, mid-sized and rural libraries (winter/spring 2018). Not sure which series is right for you? Email us.

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