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Tag Archives: Community Needs Response Planning
Community Needs Response Planning (aka Strategic Planning) Workshops have been scheduled in locations across the state and online.
What is a Community Needs Response Plan? You may remember it as the Strategic Plan required for Nebraska Public Library Accreditation. To more accurately represent the focus of the plan, we have renamed it. The process of writing the plan and the content remains the same – this is a change in name only, to better reflect why you are creating this plan and how you can use it in your community.
So, do you have a plan? The Nebraska Guidelines for Public Library Accreditation are community-based, so libraries need to know what their communities’ needs are in order to provide appropriate library services that meet those unique needs. That’s where planning comes in!
Christa Porter, NLC’s Library Development Director, will guide you through Community Needs Response Planning for your library. Public Library Directors, Staff, and Library Board Members are encouraged to attend.
Dates and locations:
- January 26 – Lincoln
- February 7 – O’Neill
- February 20 – Grand Island
- February 21 – Sidney
- February 22 – North Platte
- March 1 – West Point
- March 8 – Online, GoToWebinar
To register for any of these sessions, go to the Nebraska Library Commission’s Training & Events Calendar and search for ‘community needs response’.