The Harvard Libraries Strategic Conversations planning committee is made up of volunteer members of the library community. Our mission is to engage our library colleagues in open, community-driven discussion about the future of libraries.
In seeking to open a broad dialogue about strategic questions on the future of libraries, the Harvard Library has launched a program of public activities, events and conversations to take place over the next year. The program, “The Harvard Library: Strategic Conversations,” will allow the library community to shape the agenda and participate in a full range of activities.
The program’s activities range from small group discussions on a range of subjects, moderated forums and debates, and appearances by invited guests to share perspectives from peer institutions and organizations beyond the library system. Some of the programs will provide staff with development and training opportunities.
To view a survey of the Libraries, Archives and Museums event, go to the event page and download a copy of the post-event survey, published on May 30, 2012.