Be the Change Series Continues in August
Please join us on August 25, 2022 for Privacy, Advocacy, and Intellectual Freedom–a vibrant discussion with John Chrastka (EveryLibrary) and Alison Macrina (Library Freedom Project). Through a dialogue-based presentation, attendees will encounter a variety of approaches to cope with and prepare for our current climate of book and program challenges facing libraries. This is the second installment of the Be The Change series. The series is open to Ohio library staff of all types and from all levels to grow their knowledge on a topic and explore how they can make change within their organization and the field at large.
Through their different but related passions, John and Alison have had the opportunity to present together on many occasions. They will discuss common material and program challenges, as well as take attendee questions on issues of advocacy, privacy and intellectual freedom. After a short break, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with colleagues during small group discussions, led by volunteer facilitators, and discuss how to apply what they’ve learned to provide better library services for their communities. A recording of the presentation and Q&A portions of the event will be made available to all registrants, even if they are not able to attend in real-time.
Be the Change – Privacy, Advocacy, and Intellectual Freedom
Thursday, August 25, 2022 from 2-4 p.m.
This series of events is supported by the State Library of Ohio with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.