LLAMA SASS Circulation / Access Services Committee (Systems and Services Section) Committee
Less Train, More Gain : Using Technology to Train, Maintain, and Retain Part-time and Student Employees
A Program Offered at the ALA Annual Conference
DC 2010, Saturday June 26th, 8am-10am, WCC 145-A
Spending too much time training new staff? Take your training online!
Learn how to incorporate web-based technology, interactive courseware, and other tools to keep training consistent and manageable for employee categories where there is often high turnover. See how utilizing an online training program, peer-to-peer and group training, and well-defined standards and benchmarks increases training efficiency for everyone involved. Discover how a tiered system of responsibility can be used as a motivational tool to increase retention. See real examples from both an academic and public library.
Renee Ettinger, Information Literacy Librarian, David A. Cofrin Library University of Wisconsin- Green Bay
Emily Rogers, Coordinator of Access Services, David A. Cofrin Library University of Wisconsin- Green Bay
Clare Kindt, Branch Manager, Kress Family Library, Brown County Library System
Annual 2009 Program: And Now for Something Completely Different: Innovations in Library Stacks Managementby Michelle Batchelor on Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 05:13 pm
And Now for Something Completely Different: Innovations in Library Stacks Management
A Program Offered at the ALA Annual Conference Chicago 2009
Sunday July 12, 3:30-5:30 pm
McCormick Place West, Room W-192c
Sponsored by the LLAMA SASS Circulation/Access Services Committee
Is it possible to develop new approaches to managing library stacks workflow? The answer is a resounding YES! The management of stacks workflow continues to be a reality for libraries. Learn how to apply "lean manufacturing" concepts to workflow challenges, develop "wayfinding" assessment methods, manage automated stacks storage and retrieval, and integrate wireless workstation technology. Speakers will inspire with tools that can be applied to managing stacks in all types of libraries.
Please join us at the annual meeting in Chicago for presentations by the following speakers:
- Nancy Kress, Access and Delivery Services Librarian, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Donna Resetar, Associate Dean of Library Services, Valparaiso University Library
- Johnny Weyand, Head of Stacks, Widener Library, Harvard University Libraries