Learn to lead a productive discussion
For Immediate Release
Midwinter Institute introduces essentials of discussion facilitation
CHICAGO – The art of discussion facilitation will be the topic of a day-and-a-half institute presented by the American Library Association (ALA) Public Programs Office, held Jan. 6 and 7 at the ALA 2011 Midwinter Meeting in San Diego. Adam Davis, director of trainings and publications for the Project on Civic Reflection, will present essential tools that will empower attendees to facilitate a broad range of discussions in their library, including public programs, forum discussions, book groups and more. A boxed lunch is included, and registration is limited to 50 participants to maximize the opportunity for hands-on practice. This institute is co-sponsored by the ALA Public and Cultural Programs Advisory Committee.