Museum/Library Partnerships that Work! (archive - 11/1810)

As informal education institutions, museums and libraries share similar missions and values and can benefit from forging partnerships. Benefits include resource sharing, outreach to new audiences, access to expertise and the potential for increasing goodwill and support between the organizations and the broader community. Participants will learn about a number of successful museum/library partnerships that are generating innovative programming, exhibits and creating new opportunities for outreach and how to identify potential partners and successfully manage joint projects.

View the recorded presentation (requires Flash).

Speaker

Terrilyn Chun, Multnomah County (Ore.) Library

Date(s) & Time(s)

Available 24/7

Fee

Free

Contact

ALA Public Programs Office (312.280.5045 / publicprograms@ala.org)