Globalization Trends in Library Programming
Mary Davis Fournier | October 20, 2009
Note from the editor: The survey is now closed. Thank you for your interest!
The ALA Public Programs Office wants to hear from programming librarians about the types of issues, activities, and themes that are currently engaging communities. We welcome your input in the form of submissions to this blog, tips about great programming resources, responses to opinion surveys, and ideas for national program offerings. We hope to make Programming Librarian the resource commons for library programmers everywhere, but need your help in order to make this happen. In the coming months there will be many opportunities for programming librarians to contribute to this exchange at Programming Librarian.
As part of the ALA Public Programs Office’s efforts to anticipate library programming trends, we will be conducting a series of periodic surveys. Our first of such surveys is designed to assess programming about and attitudes toward globalization in libraries. Presented in partnership with the Department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, this survey will be active through Friday, October 23, 2009.
Speak up—let us know how the forces of globalization are shaping your community and influencing your programming!
A summary of the results of this survey will be shared on Programming Librarian and may be disseminated through library industry publications. If you have questions about this survey or suggestions for future topics, please contact Mary Davis Fournier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mary Davis Fournier is Deputy Director for the ALA Public Programs Office.