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Creating a Resume Review Program for Your Library [NEO-RLS]
June 11, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Want to provide a new service for your patron while also promoting your resources? Consider creating a resume review program for your patrons. This type of program allows your library to build relationships within your community and show how contemporary and traditional library materials can be used for practical concerns.
Learning Objectives:Research your community’s need for the serviceIdentify and utilize on-hand resourcesUtilize suggested best practicesPromote your new programPresenter:
Gregory Hatch is the Curator/Historian for Rocky River Public Library & Cowan Pottery Museum. He started his employment at Rocky River as an Adult Service Librarian and recently moved into his current position in September 2018. Gregory is a library and museum professional whose focus is to create programs and resources that reflect the needs of the community and patrons he serves. He holds a BA and MLIS from Kent State University and an MFA from Ohio University.
Event Time:10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EasternLocation:Online
Via Adobe Connect
Contact Person:Melissa Lattanzi
(phone: 330-655-0531)Details:Who Should Attend: Anyone interested in learning more about starting a Resume Review Service at their library
Competency: Patron Awareness and Patron Instruction
GEO Cost: $40
Bronze Cost: $24
Silver Cost: FREE
Gold Cost: FREE
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