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OLA 2015: Outcome Based Programming
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Date: Friday May, 1
Time: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sponsor: Public Libraries Division (PLD)

PowerPoint Presentation: Outcome Based Programming (PDF)

Each year public libraries spend significant financial and staff resources offering a variety programs for all ages. Attendance is only one measure to evaluate program success. Find out how program outcomes can inform your decision making and help your library demonstrate community impact.

Terrilyn ChunTerrilyn Chun is the Programming and Community Outreach Manager for Multnomah County Library in Portland, Oregon. She oversees production of more than 4,200 public programs for adults, youth and families for the system’s 18 neighborhood libraries and the Central Library each year. For the past 13 years she has been the manager of Everybody Reads, the library’s One City/One Book community reading project. In addition, her responsibilities include oversight for public training, outreach and services to special populations, Reader Services and community partnerships for the system. She received a degree in communication from Mills College in Oakland, California and her MLS from Emporia State University, Kansas. She is a former member and chair of the American Library Association’s Public and Cultural Programs Advisory Committee.

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