Core Library Consulting Interest Group

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Purpose: Supports professional development by providing programs, information exchange, and networking opportunities of interest to independent librarians, library consultants, state library and regional library consultants, and anyone who wants to push the boundaries of librarianship.

This group is part of Core's Leadership & Management Section.


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  • 1.  Member Mtg This Friday | May 12 @ Noon (Central)

    Posted 21 days ago

    Join with other members of Core's Library Consulting Interest Group to discuss issues, ideas, and opportunities in the world of library consulting.
    We are thrilled to be introducing Curtis Rogers as our new Chair at this meeting!

    Use the link below to attend the meeting. Meetings are recorded and posted in our library space.

    Join VIA  Zoom

    If you have questions or suggestions for discussion topics, you are welcome to contact Val Edwards, Chair at

    Val Edwards
    LMTS Teacher Leader
    Madison Metropolitan School District

  • 2.  RE: Member Mtg This Friday | May 12 @ Noon (Central)

    Posted 21 days ago
    Thanks for the introduction and announcement! I look forward to working as chair of the group in the coming year :-)

    See you on Friday!


    Dr. Curtis Rogers
    803.318.7292 (cell/text)

  • 3.  RE: Member Mtg This Friday | May 12 @ Noon (Central)

    Posted 21 days ago

    Thank you, Curtis, for assuming the chair role for the coming year! I look forward to working with you as we move forward.  See you Friday.



    Laura Rose Taylor (she/her)

    Assistant Dean, Cline Library

    (928) 523-6189


    Northern Arizona University sits at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, on homelands sacred to Native Americans throughout the region. We honor their past, present, and future generations, who have lived here for millennia and will forever call this place home.