A PLA 2020 Virtual Conference On-Demand Session
Do you thrive on change and want to pioneer bold new visions of what public libraries can be? Learn how to build a process for intentional innovation and experimentation at your library. Hear about how Arapahoe Libraries in Colorado designated their Castlewood branch as a place where library users and staff collaborate to experiment with new ways of using the public library. Whether the experiments succeed or fail, the goal is to evolve with your community.
Originally presented as part of the PLA 2020 Virtual Conference on February 27, 2020.
The recording of this session is closed captioned in U.S. English.
At the conclusion of this on-demand session, participants will be able to:
- Identify methods for obtaining and vetting ideas to apply to the concept approach;
- Create a process and framework to pilot and implement new ideas at your library; and
- Facilitate data-driven change through innovation and experimentation at your library.
Who Should Attend
This on-demand session is intended for those with no previous knowledge of the topic.
Nicole Wilhelms, library manager, oversees two branches of Arapahoe Libraries in Colorado and aids in testing out innovative concepts that engage our community.
As the director of library operations, Linda Speas oversees the operation of eight library locations of Arapahoe Libraries, Mobile Library Services, Child and Family Library Services, and a centralized librarian team. Linda holds a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Denver and Master of Science in Human Services from National Louis University.
Galina Derevyanko supervises Castlewood Library, the Concept branch of Arapahoe Libraries. Prior to that, she served in variety of management roles within profit and non-for-profit sectors in several countries, working in public libraries, museums, publishing houses, and software localizing business, always focusing on bringing innovation and latest trends to the organizations.
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