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Nicolle 28 Jul 15
You had me at "data trifecta."
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Stef Morrill 29 Jul 15
Favorite "quote" from this morning: The tension between different points of view are the spaces where learning happens...
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Meghan Wanucha 30 Jul 15
RIPLers you did it: survived the firehose(s), built connections, honed skills, committed to this crazy thing. We are SO PROUD!!
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NWKLS 30 Jul 15
Jamie LaRue teaches us to tell the library story: "We are not thinking creatures who feel; we are feeling creatures who think."
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Librarianry 3 Oct 16
Listen to your community. A library should be a mirror of the community, not a wall. George Needham
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Carson Block 30 Jul 15
Create library infographics in bite-sized chunks for easy sharing (and re-sharing). PS-please retweet this. :0)
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Library of Michigan 28 Jul 15
The most important question is...
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johanna ulloa 29 Jul 15
what's makes a training successful? Churros people! Churros!
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Elizabeth Hollenbeck 1 Oct 16
"It's not the community that makes a great library, it's the library that makes a great community." Jamie LaRue
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Meghan Wanucha 30 Jul 15
Let's be honest, the only person who truly loves change is a wet baby -
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Ben Miller 3 Oct 16
Libraries should be tracking transformation, not transactions.
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Zeth Lietzau 28 Jul 15
Cognitive mapping, touchstone tours, let's do these.
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Zeth Lietzau 28 Jul 15
Outcomes answer the question "What good did we do?"
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johanna ulloa 2 Oct 16
rainbow of survey participants
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β˜•οΈ πŸ§€ πŸ” πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Kristi C. May 8
Gathering good stories from patrons about your library? We do incident reports, why not "WINcident reports"?
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eli neiburger 30 Jul 15
Dear acolytes, data is neat, but outcomes assessment has devastated US public education. Is that where libraries want to go?
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Ashley Kazyaka 29 Jul 15
File under "things I didn't expect to hear at work today": "these are actual rocks and not chocolate."
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β˜•οΈ πŸ§€ πŸ” πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Kristi C. May 7
Community conversations are an important part of needs assessment. Find out what is going on in the community, see what the library can do about it. / We discuss library impact in community visioning for strategic planning.
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Jessica Lasher 28 Jul 15
Reading is still a special experience, an important experience, and people are still definitely engaging in it.
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LibraryChristi May 7
β€œIt’s not about what the library needs, it’s what the community needs”
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