[Libs-Or] Second notice: The latest issue of the Oregon Library Association Quarterly is now available!

Charles Wood wuchakewu at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 10:59:32 PDT 2016

The latest issue of the Oregon Library Association Quarterly is now
available!  This is the second notice for those who haven’t had time to
look at the issue, and an effort to get more readers for the authors who
worked hard to share their experiences with us.  The theme for this issue
is Re-Envisioning with the Aspen Institute: Oregon Libraries Answer the
Challenge, and the Guest Editors are Pam North and Ann Roseberry.  The
Aspen Institute's critical report offered strategies for public libraries
to succeed in these modern times, and Oregon librarians have written about
how their efforts align with these suggestions.

See if you know someone who wrote an article! :)

Full issue


Introduction by Pam North and Ann Roseberry


Beer and Libraries? Challenging the Community’s View of the Public Library

By Ross Betzer, Information Services Librarian, Multnomah County Library


Putting our Money Where Our Customers Will Be: Investing In Digital
Collections Today to Ensure a Customer Base Tomorrow

By Catherine Jasper, Collection Development Librarian, Deschutes Public


>From the Campaign Trail to Your Library: Put Your Library Staff in the
Spotlight and Win Library Support

By Erica Findley, EveryLibrary, and Kate Lasky, Executive Director,
Josephine Community Libraries


Douglas County’s ‘Long and Winding *Road’*

By Harold A. Hayes, Director, Douglas County Library System


See to Read!

By Jane Corry, OLA Past President, and Nan Heim, OLA Lobbyist


Thank you,

Charles Wood

OLA Quarterly Coordinator

OLA Communications Committee
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