Join us on Tuesday May 14, 2008 (10 a.m. Pacific | 11 a.m. Mountain | 12 p.m. Central | 1 p.m. Eastern – note time change!) for the next ACRL OnPoint chat, covering the topic of green libraries. ACRL OnPoint is a live series of informal monthly chat sessions that provide the opportunity to connect with colleagues and experts to discuss an issue of the day in academic and research librarianship.
Conveners: Mary Carr, Dean Instructional Services, Spokane Community College; and Dr. Debra Rowe, President of the US Partnership for a Sustainable Future.
From a library/librarians’ perspective, how are our library resources when it comes to sustainability? Are we supporting the college’s curricular efforts? What about the “greening” of the library and the campus? Can we practice sustainability? Can we promote it by speakers, presentations, etc.? What can we do within our library associations, and other professional groups? This OnPoint chat session will engage colleagues in discussing the following questions:
1) The whats, whys and wherefores of sustainability?
2) What is happening on our campuses and in our communities regarding sustainability?
3) How can we support what is happening and how can we contribute to “moving the needle?
Visit the OnPoint website for more information and archives of past chat sessions.