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In This Issue
- President's Memo
- Advocacy Now! How?
- NYSALB TRUSTEE INSTITUTE MAY 2001
- From The Desk Of The Committee Chair
- From The Desk of Sub-committee Chair
- Legislative Update
- Library Legislative Day A Date To Remember
- No Ordinary Year For New York's Libraries: Regents Propose $95 Million For Libraries In 2001 And Beyond
- A Successful Literary Fund Raiser
- The Library Circuit
- An Interview with Mary Jo Ketchum
- Can The Small Be Heard?
- Koehl Named Velma Moore Award Winner
- Did You Know?
- THE TRUSTEE
NYSALB TRUSTEE INSTITUTE MAY 2001
Winter 2001 issue of Trustee
SAVE THE DATE! Plan to join other library trustees at the Holiday Inn in Kingston, NY, Friday May 4, and Saturday May 5, 2001 for NYSALB’s Trustee Institute.
(Invitations to the Trustee Institute will be mailed in February. Please plan on joining your fellow trustees for this worthwhile learning experience.)
Mary Jo Ketchum and Nancy Simaitis – co-chairs
Friday-May 4 Friday evening dinner participants will have the opportunity to network with
trustees from libraries of all sizes. Those who attended in previous years were
so enthusiastic about this part of the program that it has been decided to give
you this opportunity again. It is a time to share your successes and to learn how
others deal with library problems, programs and activities.
Saturday-May 5 General Session on Lillian Edelman, current President of the New
9:00 a.m. Trusteeship for all Hampshire Library Trustee Association and a
Institute participants dynamic advocate for libraries, will address all
participants on the importance of being a pro-
10:30 a.m. Choice of One Library Construction and Renovation
1- David A. Walter, AIA, with a reputation as an effective space designer and planner who gets the job done for a reasonable cost, has collected the praise of library administrators and trustee boards alike.
e-Books other Electronic Technology
2- Susan Gibbons, of Monroe County Library System, has put together a symposium on e-books and is a source of information on the subject of the future of electronic reading materials and the public library
12:00-12:45 p.m. Lunch
After Lunch Speaker Advocacy
Suzanne Pfister, an experienced library advocate and professional lobbyist from Phoenix, Arizona, will be the keynote speaker at the closing luncheon. Her presentation is chock-full of lobbying tips. Bring your tape recorder. You’ll want to hear the presentation over and over again.