- 12:00 PM (Eastern)
- 11:00 AM (Central)
- 10:00 AM (Mountain)
- 9:00 AM (Pacific)
Trust and relationship building are at the core of community engagement. Trust in libraries blooms when we bring services outside of the library, build relationships with residents and organizations, and foster change agents by leveraging resident assets. Using a school district partnership, formation of a Latina/o community group, and development of library programming as case studies, the speaker will present strategies to connect your Latina/o communities. Presentation includes challenges, barriers, and successes.
This webinar is a follow-up to one presented in October 2018, "(Re)Building Latina/o Outreach: Steps to Engaging Your Community." If you did not attend the first webinar, you can view the archive here: http://www.ala.org/aboutala/offices/diversity/odlos-webinar-archives
An archived recording of this webinar can be found here: https://ala-events.zoom.us/recording/play/xCenJsiKFPVzzsliIzK6rdWINhAQ1dPG3vf_vc8zAI5Vs1MFKAmg00lSTDVS2-b0?autoplay=true&startTime=1559836512000
Walk away with examples of how to conduct outreach to specific communities
Who Should Attend
Public library workers
Outreach library workers
How to Register
Computer with sound and audio. Stable internet connection.
Kristin Lahurd, firstname.lastname@example.org