The Rural Library Trustee: Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships

How do library trustees get trained?
How are director and trustee roles defined to ensure a healthy library organization?
How are trustee relationships cultivated both in and outside the library circle?
Listen to an archived webinar that explores these and other questions related to library trustees. The session provides you with practical ideas and tactical strategies to support and advocate for your library organization as a trustee, or library director in a small or rural community.

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This webinar was brought to you by ARSL (Association for Rural and Small Libraries) and featured presenters:
Sally Gardner Reed, Executive Director ALTAFF (Association of Library Trustees, Advocates, Friends and Foundations)
Kim Armentrout, Library of Virginia
Jim Minges, Director of the Northeast Kansas Library System

Open meeting laws handbook

The Utah Attorney General’s Office has produced a¬†handbook about how to make sure your meetings (such as Board Meetings) comply with Open Meetings Laws. http://attorneygeneral.utah.gov/cmsdocuments/The_Open_Book_2008.pdf
This handbook would be a great resource for board meeting training.   Colleen