TitleShoestring Budgets, Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration, and Corporate Sponsorship: Programming & Marketing the library in the 21st century.
NameLotts, Megan (author),
Cross disciplinary collaboration,
DescriptionThis poster will look at the ideas of how to create programming and market the library while working on a shoe-string budget. I will provide ideas and tips while comparing the two projects Woodblock Woodstock on the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale campus in April 2011, as well as the recent event in New Brunswick, NJ, Navigating Rutgers 101: mapping your way around campus. This poster will also include a library literature review of how corporate sponsorship and cross-disciplinary collaboration can play a role in the everyday lives of libraries and librarians.
NotePresented at the ACRL/NY Symposium Poster Session, Baruch College, December 7, 2012.
GenreOther Presentation or Lecture
CollectionLotts Megan Collection
Organization NameRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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