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TUESDAY 16 AUGUST
FORUM DAY ONE - WEDNESDAY 17 AUGUST
FORUM DAY TWO - THURSDAY 18 AUGUST
|07.30am||Peter Pal Coffee Kiosk & refreshments available on arrival.|
|08.30am||Insights and Innovations from around the Regions Your Regional Reps: Lisa Salter, Tangimeriana Rua, Sue Fargher, Tiffany Rawlings, Chris Hay, and Anne-Maree Wigley
Pecha Kucha style Regional Reports
Strategic Topic: Pathways to Partnership: Our voice in Local Government
Guest speaker: Marion Read, Library Advisor LGNZ
Sponsored by SirsiDynix
With the upcoming local elections looming are library managers looking at ways to engage elected members with their libraries?
|10.00am||Round Table Discussion:
Facilitated Lisa Salter with Marion
How can PLNZ work with elected members?
|10.30am||Peter Pal Networking & Refreshments|
Strategic Topic: Co-Cr8: Wellbeing Data dashboard explained.
How does the dashboard capture the power of libraries?
Introduced by Tiffany Rawlings, Library Manager, Masterton District Library.
|11.30am||Round Table Discussion:
Facilitated by Tiffany Rawlings with Kate
PLNZ Strategic Direction 2022-23
|12.30||Networking & Lunch|
|1.30pm||Strategic Topic: Truancy and Teen Behaviour - engaging the disengaged.
Guest Speaker: Simon Britten, Te Ora Hou Ōtautahi.
Introduced by Chris Hay, Tūranga Library Manager, Christchurch City Council
|2.15pm||Round Table Discussion:
Facilitated by Chris Hay with Simon
|2.45pm||Break and Networking|
|3.15pm||Forum wrap-up: Hilary Beaton, Dyane Hosler & PLNZ Executive.|
|3.45pm||Special interest group: Join Māia Abraham, Kaiwhakahaere Ngā Ratonga Māori Manager Māori and Multicultural Services in a talk about Christchurch City Library Services and what is in place to ensure the offering is delivered in a culturally sensitive way.||This is an opportunity for those library staff who work with Māori collections, staff, or communities.
Spaces are limited and registration is essential.
|4.30pm||Farewell Drinks||Venue TBC|
Note: This programmme was accurate at the time of publication and may be subject to unforeseen changes.