Creating the Future at NYLA

The New York State Library invites you to attend the following program at the 2013 New York Library Association Conference in Niagara Falls.

“Creating the Future: A 2020 Vision” Update

Last year the Regents Advisory Council on Libraries and the State Library collected your ideas about priorities for implementing “Creating the Future: A 2020 Vision and Plan for Library Service in New York State.” This year discover what your colleagues have accomplished and share your own successes and challenges. On Friday, September 27 at 2:15 p.m. in the Cataract Room of the Conference Center, join John Hammond, Chair of Regents Advisory Council on Libraries, Bernard A. Margolis, New York State Librarian and Assistant Commissioner for Libraries, and other members of the Regents Advisory Council and library leaders from across the State to hear about implementation progress. Speakers will include: John Hammond, Bernard Margolis, John Monahan, Mary Fellows, Mary Muller, Sheryl Knab, and Bridget Quinn-Carey, among others.

This program is sponsored by the New York State Library, the Regents Advisory Council on Libraries, the New York Library Association, and the Library Trustees Association of New York State. For questions about New York State Library programs offered at the New York Library Association Conference in Niagara Falls, September 26-28, 2013, please contact Mary Beth Farr, Library Development Specialist, New York State Library at mfarr@mail.nysed.gov.

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One thought on “Creating the Future at NYLA

  1. For those that are unable to attend today’s meeting is there a way we can be updated about the progress that has been made? The proposal of elementary librarians required in our schools is particularly exciting. Is there an update available?

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