Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 1:00 PM CST
How can libraries and librarians utilize the economic downturn to reintroduce themselves to their community? Now more than ever, libraries are uniquely positioned to lead their communities. Technology is no longer a luxury but a way to continue to provide services to a community that so desperately needs them. By embracing technology the library can reinvent itself in the midst of tough economic times.
R. David Lankes, Professor and Director LIS Program, Syracuse University, School of Information Studies, NY
Bill Pardue, Reference and Virtual Services Supervisor, Arlington Heights Memorial Library, IL
Corinne Hill, Director, Dallas Public Library, TX
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