The "Lone" Librarian: Making the Most of your Resources

Working as solo librarian presents a unique set of challenges.  While running all the behind-the-scenes operations with skimpy resources and even skimpier budgets, the solo librarian must be both the strongest advocate for their library and the face of the library.  Their very survival depends on it.    This webinar will address time management issues and help solo librarians prioritize tasks to avoid feeling overwhelmed. The webinar will also address strategies for advocating for their library, managing/effecting change where they might not have direct control, building networks, and getting the job done with the resources available. 


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This NYLA e-Institute webinar is being offered on:

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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Registration for each is $25 for NYLA members and $35 for non-members.

Group viewing registration is available if you plan to share the webinar with a group.
(Hook-up the LCD projector and share the program with a group of staff members!)
The group viewing rate is $75 for NYLA members and $98 for non-members.

Looking to register for multiple viewing locations? Contact events@nyla.org for discounted pricing options.

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About the Speaker

Patti McCall is currently the Science Librarian for the University of Central Florida and she years of experience in academic, public, and special libraries.  She spent five years as a solo librarian.   She has been a NYLA member since 2002.