Please come and lend your voice to these important conversations and help shape the future of your library system, the Pacific Library Partnership!
PLP is convening three regional sessions with leadership from member libraries to identify how the system can deliver services that are of the best and highest value to our members. We aspire to enable our libraries to improve operational efficiencies, offer new and improved services to your communities and support your priorities as effectively as we can!
• explore current needs and critical issues
• discover opportunities for PLP to meet those needs through existing or new initiatives, and
• prioritize initiatives that have the most potential benefit for our members
To reach the widest audience possible, the sessions will be followed up by a survey that leadership can use to provide further thoughts, and hopefully will distribute to staff in their libraries to expand the conversation. From this collaborative process, we will share a findings report that summarizes all facilitated discussions and survey responses, as well as identifies strategies and recommendations for moving forward.
We encourage all of our member libraries to participate. We welcome Directors, library management and all those who have a vested interest in shaping the future of PLP.
The workshop will be conducted in three locations within the system to provide ample opportunity for maximum participation. All three sessions will be facilitated by Sam McBane Mulford and Cheryl Gould. The workshops will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and includes lunch and light refreshments.
Please click on the link below to register for one of the three workshops:
Monday, October 5th Los Gatos Town Hall Council Chambers
Tuesday October 6th Millbrae Library (San Mateo County Library)
Wednesday, October 7th Oakland Public Main Library