Maine Library Association
Join us for this informative workshop with Brenda Kielty, Maine's Public Access Ombudsman. Brenda is responsible for providing educational materials about the Freedom of Access Act in Maine, as well as preparing advisory opinions and working closely with the Right to Know Advisory Committee in monitoring new developments and considering improvements to the law.
Brenda will explain the difference between open meetings and open records, what things are public record, how people should make requests, and what you can do to be prepared.
Interested but not available? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to arrange another event later this year.
The Coffee Chat Series is an MLA Membership benefit. Registration is open to all members, and the event Zoom link will be provided in your registration confirmation email. This event will not be recorded.
If your library is searching for a solution to helping patrons with social care needs, this conversation is for you. Findhelp is the nation’s largest social services database and provides anonymous zip code-based searches for anyone, anywhere, anytime. Findhelp also offers a suite of free tools including direct referral capability and in-depth analytics.
In this Coffee Chat, Roger Stremming, a Community Engagement Manager with findhelp and former youth librarian, will walk through all of the free tools available to libraries through findhelp. We hope that you can join us!
The Coffee Chat Series is an MLA Membership benefit. Registration is open to all members, and the event Zoom link will be provided in your registration confirmation email.
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