Pathways to Community Wellbeing at ARSL
September 28 - December 31
If you are registered for the 2020 Association for Rural and Small Libraries virtual conference, check out Pathways to Community Wellbeing listed in the first time slot on September 28th (description below). If you weren’t able to register by the cut-off, you may still want to read this write up about it in American Libraries Magazine: https://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/blogs/the-scoop/rural-libraries-and-community-well-being/.
Pathways to Community Wellbeing
Small and rural libraries have the power to change their communities. They create pathways to community wellbeing that are specific and unique to their location. Come join us in this interactive panel discussion with directors from Idaho, Wisconsin, Iowa, New York, West Virginia, and Mississippi. We will talk about the exciting findings from an ongoing three-year IMLS-funded research project and how your library could become involved.
Emilie Braunel, Plum Lake Public Library (WI) (moderator)
Pam Brown, State Line Public Library, Pine Forest Regional Library System (MS)
Jerianne Davis, Helvetia Public Library (WV)
Kate Kosior, Clifton Community Library (NY)
Chelsea Price, Meservey Public Library (IA)
Richard Styre, Elk River Public Library District (ID)