Library Forum Presentations
The purpose of the Library Forum is to promote inclusiveness throughout Cornell University Library (CUL).
Specifically, the Library Forum shall provide all CUL staff with the opportunity to:
- enhance their understanding of how CUL operates in the context of the greater information environment and its goals and priorities
- be heard on issues important to CUL staff and the library
- be engaged in the life of the broader library and university communities.
These are the presentations sponsored by the Library Forum.
(2014-06-11)In this presentation, Winston Tabb, Sheridan Dean of University Libraries and Museums at Johns Hopkins University, speaks about seven key areas of interest for ARL directors and how they impact the library community and ...
(2014-01-23)On Thursday, January 9th, 2014, the Library Forum Steering Committee hosted a discussion about present and future activities related to CUL's Strategic Agenda items three and four. AUL's Dean Krafft and Oya Rieger spoke ...
(Cornell Univerisity Library Forum, 2013-02-14)The Cornell University Library Forum sponsored a talk by Wendy Lougee, University Librarian and McKnight Presidential Professor at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities called "Reframing the Organization" on February ...
(Cornell University Library, 2013-01-07)On Monday, January 7, 2013 at 1PM at the Physical Sciences Seminar Room 120, the Library Forum Steering Committee presented: "IT@Cornell: How It Works and Where It's Going" featuring: Dean Krafft, Chief Technology ...
(Cornell University Library, 2012)"Get to Know Your AULs" is a series of informal discussions with pairs of AULs (Associate University Librarians)who briefly explaining their positions and responsibilities, and then answer questions – both from the audience, ...