With only 4 days and counting to take advantage of early bird rates for this year’s LILRC 23rd Annual Conference on Libraries and the Future, here’s another look at our final guest speaker for Friday’s event.
Street Librarianship: Going Where Your Users Aren’t
Urban Librarians Unite has been doing creative advocacy and active outreach for libraries in New York City. They have developed their own brand of “narrative advocacy” where they “lean in to the controlled crazy” for five years of budget battles. Hear about how they create dynamic library activism as well as doing direct community outreach via street librarianship.
More about Christian:
Christian Zabriskie is the founder and Executive Director of Urban Librarians Unite, a 501c3 dedicated to promoting libraries and librarianship in large urban centers. He is the coauthor of Grassroots Library Advocacy: A Special Report available through ALA Editions and a frequent speaker on library advocacy, urban libraries, graphic novels in libraries, and library service to at risk youth.
Please visit the LILRC website at www.lilrc.org for additional information or go to http://www.lilrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/event1410.pdf for the registration form.
In addition to the Early Bird rate, we’re offering a First Time Attendee discount—be sure to take advantage today!