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Library Innovation Lab Application Webinar

March 2, 2018 @ 3:00 am4:00 am


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ONLINE– An informal informational webinar will be held Friday, March 2, from 11 am to noon about the Library Innovation Lab program. Register here: Are you looking for a challenge?  Do you want to develop your public programming skills?  Experiment with new programming approaches?  Reach new and underserved audiences?  Help immigrants feel more at home in your community?  Meet like-minded colleagues across the state? If so, our Library Innovation Lab: Exploring New Ways of Engaging Immigrant Communities Through Public Humanities Programming (LIL) program may be right for you! Library Innovation Lab will provide a “learn by doing” professional development experience for a cohort of 10 programming librarians or library staffers as they research, plan, implement, and assess a new public humanities program to engage a target immigrant population in their community this year. Participants will develop skills, gain confidence, and make connections within their communities and with colleagues across the state. A $5,000 grant to each participating library will provide “risk capital” for experimenting with innovating programming. Participation in the Library Innovation Lab program and cohort is limited to library public programmers. Applications from California public library or library-serving organizations will be accepted March 1 through March 31. Please visit the Library Innovation Lab webpage for more information, including details of the exciting projects implemented by our 2017 cohort participants. Thanks for your interest and please share this information with colleagues and associates.    


March 2, 2018
3:00 am – 4:00 am


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