If you weren’t able to tune in to Big Talk From Small Libraries on February 23, recordings of all sessions are now available through the Previous Conferences page.
Big Talk From Small Libraries is a free, one-day online conference is aimed at librarians from small libraries. Each of the speakers is from a small library or directly works with small libraries. This year’s sessions were:
- ARSL Welcome
- At Your Service: the Library as a Community Hub
- If You Feed Them, They Still Might Not Come: Piloting a Successful Library Open House at a Small, Liberal-Arts College
- Create a Culture of Opportunity! Best Small Library in America 2017: Boundary County Library
- Creativity in a Box
- Growing Together: Libraries and Homeschool Families
- Student Access Cards: providing students with the tools they need to succeed
- Strategic Planning = Efficiency for the Small Academic Library
- Getting the BAND back together
- Get Your Community Moving: Physical Literacy Programs for All Ages
- Small Data Can Still Be Smart Data: How Outcomes Can Help Your Library
- Can You Hear Me Now?
- More Than Summer Lunches–Social, Cultural, and Healthy Connections
Big Talk From Small Libraries is still waiting for a few of the PowerPoint files from their presenters and will add them as they are received. They would appreciate feedback on these sessions on their evaluation form.