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Cultivating a Library Technoculture: We are Tech Workers!
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Cultivating a Library Technoculture: We are Tech Workers!

Come to this free webinar to gain a better understanding of the importance of linking company culture to large-scale service model changes. Learn to better prepare for challenges that might be encountered while cultivating your library's technoculture, based on the actual challenges encountered by Markham Public Library staff. Walk away with best practices and tips from Markham Public Library's experience, which can be applied to your own organizational change initiatives regarding technology.

When: Wednesday, July 27, 2016
11:00 AM
Where: Online

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Cultivating a Library Technoculture: We are Tech Workers!

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About the presenters

Pam Saliba
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Pam is a tabletop gamer, comic book reader, maker, librarian, and Branch Manager at the Markham Public Library.
Andrea Ceccheto
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Andrea spends her work days addressing the learning needs of over 200 Markham Public Library staff. When not developing and delivering training to staff, she is filling positions with exceptional library workers. Aside from awesome organizational development, her loves are beer, cheese and science.
Crystal Schimpf
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Crystal is a librarian and trainer with a passion for program design and digital literacy. She has worked on training projects with the Colorado State Library, Infopeople, the Urban Libraries Council, and the Public Library Association. In addition to her work at TechSoup, she is the founder of Kixal, where she creates innovative training experiences for libraries and nonprofits.

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