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[InetBib] Join us at the 2012 ALA International Relations Round Table (IRRT ) Preconference in Anaheim for panel presentations and workshops

Innovative Practices
Developing  sustainable  programs, mobilizing support  for  your   

Join  us at  the  2012 ALA  InternationaL  Relations  Round  Table   
(IRRT) Preconference  in  Anaheim for  Panel Presentations  and  
Workshops when:

Friday, June 22, 2012 (8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)
the  $75 registration  fee  includes  light  refreshments  and lunch.

Registration: http://www.alaannual.org/content/register-now-0

Learn about & discuss four interesting case studies, featuring  
partnerships, teamwork, and collaborations with global perspectives:

China and the United States: Playing a leadership role in  
International Collaboration – Experiences  from a Grant Project,  
presented by Shuyong Jiang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Kenya National  Library Service and Maria's Libraries: Notes from  
Kenya: testing innovative approaches and leapfrogging technologies  
through a network of libraries, for the social, political, and  
economic development of communities in resource-poor settings,  
presented by Ariel Schwartz, University of Texas at Austin; Eva  
Kaplan, Maria's Libraries, Kenya

Nepal, India, Egypt, Guatemala and Tanzania  and the United States: A  
Solution  in Sight: A Global Partnership to Improve Access to  
Ophthalmic Information in Developing Countries, presented by Pamela  
Sieving, National Institutes of Health Library; Suzanne Gilbert, Seva  
Foundation; Bette Anton, University of California at Berkeley;  
Katherine Judson, Seva Foundation

Romania and the United States: Romania's  Impact Group A Success  
Story: Evaluating IREX's Biblionet  Program and Seeking  
Sustainability, presented by Constantin Mituca, Gorj County  Public  
Library, Romania

Participate in the workshop session, "Library Partnerships: What  
Benefits Your Users?" conducted by Susan Schnuer & Barbara Ford, the  
Mortenson Center for International Library Programs

  Examine how to identify, maintain, and assess partnerships that will  
support the mission of your library and meet the needs  of your users.

Join us for lunch to continue exploring  the power of partnerships.

Stefanie Havelka
IRRT Preconference Committee Member
Assistant Professor
Electronic Resources-Web Services Librarian
Leonard Lief Library
Lehman College/ CUNY


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