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Cerritos PL Blog for Learning and Thinking about Libraries

Via my Assistant Director at SJCPL:
http://www.clioinstitute.info/blog/

This blog has been created as an e-communication tool of the clioinstitute , a learning arm of the Cerritos Public Library in Cerritos, California.

We hope you will visit the clioinstitute blog to tap into resources to help you find new ways to:
• stimulate creative thinking
• imagine new possibilities for your library and community

New resources in each of the clioinstitute clio specific focus areas will be added regularly:
•creativity
•learning
•innovation
•organizational change
So bookmark this page or add it to your RSS feed. Visit often to add your comments and help inspire libraries to inspire communities.

"Inspire Communities!" YES!

A new but possibly very useful blog from Cerritos PL, already I've found some HOT pointers to strategic plans and information for stimulating ideas. Promoting creative thinking, this is some good stuff and one to watch. The hottest thing so far: a pointer to this page at Multnomah where users talk about what they get from the library and what they do there. Echoes of Ann Arbor's conversations/comments in a static HTML format. Pay attention to these type of library sites - it's part of our future!

Listening to You
Listening to You

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