First Monday takes us to visit member libraries who are innovating in their buildings, with their staff and patron programs.
In our ongoing efforts to Connect the Information Community of Central New York, CLRC is interested in reaching out to all types of libraries throughout our four-county region. On the first Monday of every month, CLRC members and friends will have a chance to see how everyone can be an innovator!
Got a fun program or a quirky collection you’d like to show us? Have you just done a remodeling project or a fun collaboration with your community? Whatever your talented staff is doing, CLRC librarians would like to know more! Let us know if you want to show your stuff on a First Monday!
We encourage iSchool students to take part and see what’s out there. It’s a great opportunity to network with the CNY library community.
Utica School of Commerce, Utica
2:00 to 4:00 pm
The Utica School of Commerce is one of the lesser known CLRC member libraries but that won’t be the case after this First Monday visit!
USC is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and offers associate degrees in Business Administration, Health Services Management, Non-Profit Agency Management and Information Security programs. There are certification programs for Insurance Associate, Computer Technician, and Legal and Medical Office Assistant. Did you know there are several campuses and an online program?
Library Director, Anne Nassar, will take us on a tour of the school, the library and an informal Q&A chat about library challenges. Don’t worry, it won’t be all business.
Carpooling from the CLRC office is available. Let us know if you need a ride. Call 315-446-5446.
Click here for directions and registration info.
Next First Monday is February 3. Location TBA.
- Baldwinsville Public Library – December 2012
- Waterville Public Library – January 2013
- Upstate Medical University Library – February 2013
- Fayetteville Free Library – April 2013
- The Erie Canal Museum – May 2013
- Sullivan Free Library – June 2013
- Simmons Institute of Funeral Service – October 2013