Thursday, January 7, 2010

Innovative library?

Independent School colleagues:

We are offering a class this trimester called =B3Library Leadership=B2 where
students will be researching and defining a bold new direction for the Eagl=
Rock School Library. (Research and review various library concepts and
designs. Visit libraries and bookstores that represent these concepts and
designs. Gain the pulse of our ERS community=B9s library needs through
interviews, surveys and off the record conversations. Create floor plans,
informative displays and posters. Develop and present findings and
intentions to the ERS Community.)

If you consider your library to be innovative would you please forward this
message to your Library point person as we=B9re looking to connect with the
most innovative libraries for our students to connect with as they plan our
redesign. We=B9re trying to connect innovative library point people with our
instructors Beth Ellis ( & Dan Madson
( and they can reach them directly. They have
also been looped into this email.

Thanks so much.

Dan Condon | Associate Director, Professional Development | Eagle Rock
School | 2750 Notaiah Road | Estes Park, CO 80517 | t. 970 586 7122 | m. 30=
507 6431 | f. 970 586 4805 |

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