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SEFLIN 2020 Regional Online Conference

July 30, 2020    10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Libraries are striving to understand and meet the needs of our communities. Digital and physical library spaces are increasingly complex and challenging.  The SEFLIN 2020 Regional Conference will dive deep into how libraries are experimenting and innovating with new approaches, new tools and new perspectives.  How are we using creative thinking to enhance services, improve outcomes, and measure library services for our students and patrons? LED SEFLIN will kick off with a keynote presentation by Minneapolis-based designer and researcher, Julka Almquist.  The keynote will be presented on Stage 1 "Communication Breakdown" at 10 am.



SEFLIN, the Southeast Florida Library Information Network, is a non-profit membership organization of Southeast Florida libraries dedicated to supporting cooperation between all library types in our service area. The SEFLIN region includes Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties with a service population of just over six million. Founded in 1984, SEFLIN strives to pioneer innovative services that support library staff and library services. SEFLIN is one of five Multi-Type Library Cooperatives in Florida.
Vision: SEFLIN will be a world-class collaborative guiding dynamic library cooperation to add value for Southeast Florida libraries and their communities.
Mission: The mission of SEFLIN is Empowering Libraries to Transform Communities: Connect, Advocate, Develop
SEFLIN is governed by a Board of Trustees from the 4 County Region's Libraries
SEFLIN's programs and resources are provided to member libraries through a staff of 5 FTEs
The SEFLIN Conference is planned and delivered by a Planning Committee of librarians from the member libraries who work year round to make this annual event a success.