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Tuesday, January 9 • 9:15am - 10:00am
The Power of Libraries, Partnership, and Place

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Libraries are valuable incubators offering equal access to the latest technologies, collaboration spaces, and world-class resources for community-minded individuals. How are libraries showcasing their resources, expanding their expertise, and enhancing their relationship with new and current users? Learn how innovative partnerships can establish a return on relationship (ROR) that extends beyond the library’s walls.

Speakers
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Sara Ortiz

Communications and Marketing Specialist, Texas Library Association
Sara Ortiz is the communications and marketing specialist at the Texas Library Association and assistant editor of the Texas Library Journal. She reviews children's, middle grade, and YA books for Kirkus Reviews. Before moving back to Austin, she worked in New York for some of the... Read More →
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Marion Rocco

Library/Media Services, Austin ISD
Marion Rocco is a librarian with the Austin ISD Professional Library and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the UT Austin School of Information. Marion has also worked in public and school library settings. She serves on the Board of Directors for USBBY and is a member of the ALA/ALSC... Read More →
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Stephen Siwinski

Multi-Media Deputy, Powered Libraries
Stephen Siwinski is the Multi-Media Deputy for Powered Libraries, a TLA initiative. He is the former Communications Officer at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Prior to his time at TSLAC, he served as a television writer and producer for PBS in Chicago and as an Educational... Read More →


Tuesday January 9, 2018 9:15am - 10:00am
Salons C & D: AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center Grand Ballroom 1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705

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