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W10 – Building Workable Relationships: Libraries & IT Departments

Sunday, April 7, 2013
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
, Consultant, Ken Roberts Library Consulting and & former Chief Librarian, Hamilton Public Library

Using the findings of a recent study, “Public Libraries and City IT Departments,” Roberts walks participants through a self-analysis process (using the same questionnaires as the study), helping them to determine how their library systems might improve IT readiness as well as relationships with municipal IT departments. This interactive workshop focuses on strategies for implementing a more productive relationship. Roberts not only worked as chief librarian and the city’s director of information technology, but following a legislated merger, he was responsible for merging the computer systems of six municipalities. He is currently working as a consultant to the City of Hamilton on its technology implementation. From our very experienced workshop leader, you will get lots of tips, techniques, and strategies to use in your community, whether it’s an academic campus, city, county, school, or special library.

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