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LLAMA BES APL Programs at ALA 2012

All LLAMA Section Committees: 
Saturday, 06/23/2012 - 08:00am - 10:00am
Hilton Anaheim - California CCommittee meetingAll LLAMA Section Committees

All Division-level Committees Meeting (LLAMA):
Saturday, 06/23/2012 - 10:30am - 12:00pm
Hilton Anaheim - California CCommittee meeting

Where the Wild Things Are: Children's Discovery & Learning Spaces
Sunday, 06/24/2012 - 08:00am - 10:00am
Hilton Anaheim - Pacific BProgram
This program will review how public librarians have changed children’s library spaces. Increasingly they are no longer children’s book collections and children’s story hours, and instead have become destinations for children and their caregivers for discovery, play and learning. Three nationally known experts on these transformations will describe how to create discovery and learning spaces in libraries and how to outfit them.  Time will be provided for questions and answers.

The Library: Moving Beyond Community Living Room
Sunday 10:30 AM-12:00 PM 
Hilton Anaheim Palos Verdes
As the concept of library as “community living room” or “learning commons” has firmly taken hold, the definition of Library has expanded in the public’s mind. Library buildings are increasingly housing many amenities that on the surface appear unrelated to traditional libraries. Join us in a discussion about these spaces, why they are intrinsically related to library missions today, and how libraries are incorporating them into their facilities.

Sustainable Thinking: Pasageways to Better Buildings, Budgets and Beyond
Monday, 06/25/2012 - 10:30am - 12:00pm
Anaheim Convention Center - 206A
This panel takes sustainability to a new level of understanding.  Whether you have a building project or not, sustainable thinking fosters partnerships, improves social equity and economic vitality, enhances environmental quality, increases revenue and conveys value. Panelists present the inside scoop on how to design with nature, develop a platform for embedding an eco-­ethic deep into operations, explain the tools America’s libraries need to pursue a sustainable future in uncertain times.

Digital Bridge to Somewhere:  Take 2:
Monday, 06/25/2012 - 01:30pm - 03:30pm
Anaheim Marriott - Elite Ballrooms
Panelists with deep experience in library planning, design and administration, along with representatives of the information collection, dissemination and publishing industry, will explore the impact of technology and electronic content delivery on the library's physical and administrative future. Different points-of-view will be explored so that attendees can understand the shifts needed in library planning and what impact they may have on their respective libraries.

 

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I am sending this request on behalf of
Norman Maas, Norfolk Public Library Director.

Please correct the program “Where the Wild
Things Are”  - there are 4 (four)
speakers,
not three.

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Thank you,

Tatiana
Laird


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Norfolk Public Library style='color:#595959'>

 

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All LLAMA Section Committees:  size=2 face=Verdana>

Saturday, 06/23/2012 - 08:00am -
10:00am

Hilton Anaheim
- California CCommittee meetingAll LLAMA Section Committees

All Division-level Committees Meeting
(LLAMA):
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Saturday, 06/23/2012 - 10:30am -
12:00pm

Hilton Anaheim
- California CCommittee meeting

Where the Wild Things Are: Children's
Discovery & Learning Spaces
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Sunday, 06/24/2012 - 08:00am -
10:00am

Hilton Anaheim
- Pacific BProgram

This program will review how public librarians have changed children’s library
spaces. Increasingly they are no longer children’s book collections and
children’s story hours, and instead have become destinations for children and
their caregivers for discovery, play and learning. Three nationally known
experts on these transformations will describe how to create discovery and
learning spaces in libraries and how to outfit them.  Time will be
provided for questions and answers.

The Library: Moving Beyond Community
Living Room
style='font-size:10.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:black'>

Sunday 10:30 AM-12:00 PM 

Hilton Anaheim Palos Verdes

As the concept of library as “community living room” or “learning commons” has
firmly taken hold, the definition of Library has expanded in the public’s mind.
Library buildings are increasingly housing many amenities that on the surface
appear unrelated to traditional libraries. Join us in a discussion about these
spaces, why they are intrinsically related to library missions today, and how
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Sustainable Thinking: Pasageways to
Better Buildings, Budgets and Beyond
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Monday, 06/25/2012 - 10:30am -
12:00pm

Anaheim
Convention Center
- 206A

This panel takes sustainability to a new level of understanding.  Whether you
have a building project or not, sustainable thinking fosters partnerships,
improves social equity and economic vitality, enhances environmental quality,
increases revenue and conveys value. Panelists present the inside scoop on
how to design with nature, develop a platform for embedding an eco-­ethic deep
into operations, explain the tools America’s libraries need to pursue a
sustainable future in uncertain times.

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Monday, 06/25/2012 - 01:30pm - 03:30pm

Anaheim Marriott
- Elite Ballrooms

Panelists with deep experience in library planning, design and administration,
along with representatives of the information collection, dissemination and
publishing industry, will explore the impact of technology and electronic content
delivery on the library's physical and administrative future. Different
points-of-view will be explored so that attendees can understand the shifts
needed in library planning and what impact they may have on their respective
libraries.

 

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