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.
Thriving Libraries Foster Thriving Communities
Attendees will use practical tools to explore pathways their libraries can take to foster community wellbeing. These tools include ways to manage uncertainty, avoid burnout, promote belonging and delight in our communities, assess community and library strengths, and create unique actionable plans despite uncertain outcomes.
Call for Applicants! Want the tools to understand how social wellbeing happens in your community? Want guidance on translating that…
Join rural library directors Susan Green (VT), Emilie Braunel (WI), Jerianne Davis (WV), and Richard Styre (ID) on a tour of the most popular tools for helping libraries improve social wellbeing in their communities created from the Rural Library Service & Social Wellbeing Project research.
For more information, email Margo at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, visit https://forms.gle/zptCqgdXKeMkr9du9.
Wondering what social wellbeing is and how public libraries support it? Margo Gustina will orient participants to thinking about community…