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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

RUSA CODES Archive and Extensive Notes

As I mentioned here, RUSA CODES hosted another one of their conversations last week.  While overwhelming at first, these conversations are always a great [and free] way to talk with readers advisors from all over the country.

Over the two days a lot of information changes hands.

You can always check out the archive to see for yourself.  This is the direct link to this specific conversation, but once in that archive, you can also access past discussions.

However, even better, this time Michelle Young, the branch manager at Princeville Public Library (Hawaii State Public Library System) created a document compiling her notes from the conversation and is allowing me to share it here with all of you.

Thanks Michelle.

Click here for access

And if you cannot find a new idea or even a spark of inspiration here, then you may be in the wrong line of work.

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