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A301 Change Without Pain?

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
10:30 AM 11:15 AM
, Head of Access Services, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
, Head of Special Collections, Mercer University Jack Tarver Library
, Learning Resources Center Coordinator, Black Hawk College, East Campus

Library staff is expected to rapidly absorb technology change and implement appropriate strategies and service models. A team of academic librarians from various-sized institutions discuss implementing physical/virtual/technological upgrades and changes for users; using “lazy consensus” methods to lead to collaborative change; surviving major project implementations; leveraging staff skill development and training as a tool for survival; finding mentors online to guide you during change; and developing coping techniques for dealing with professional stress during times of work upheaval.






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