Outreach Series: Session Two – Mobile Services
September 14, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
This is the second in a series of eight sessions all dedicated to Outreach Librarianship.
Learn about the types of mobile library services, purchasing and designing vehicles, staff training, vehicle maintenance, collection maintenance, safety, and on-the-road services. This is the second session in a series of eight sessions all dedicated to Outreach Librarianship.
While this session can stand on its own, if you are new to Outreach, please consider viewing all eight sessions.
- Foundations of Outreach
- Mobile Services
- Outreach Services
- Virtual Services
- Event Services, Community Conversations, and Feedback Loop
- Community Partnerships
- Collecting Data in Outreach and Community Assessment
- Outreach Advocacy
About the presenters:
Megan Lowery is the Mobile Services Supervisor in the MOVE department of HPLD. Megan started her library career as a Library Associate substitute in 2015 at the Lincoln Park branch. She quickly worked her way through various positions, including Library Associate at the Riverside Branch and Outreach Librarian. Megan has a B.S. in Rangeland Ecology with a concentration in Restoration Ecology, a M.S. in Rangeland Ecosystem Science, and an MLIS from Texas Women’s University. Libraryland is a second career for Megan, and she has truly found her calling! In her rare spare moment, you will find Megan with a book in her hands or even listening to an audiobook while doing other chores.
Lynde McCaleb is an Outreach Librarian at the High Plains Library District in Weld County, Colorado. She specializes in bookmobile services, teen services, and accessibility services. Lynde received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Library Science from Emporia State University. She loves comic books, Rock ‘n Roll, and is a Slytherin.