How Libraries Are Serving the Evolving Needs of Baby Boomers and Older Adults

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Sunday, June 24, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
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Speaker: Jane Salisbury
Speaker: Susan Hildreth, Director, Institute of Museum and Library Sciences
Speaker: Suzanne Flint
Speaker: Tony Sarmiento
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Baby Boomers and Older Americans today are the most diverse community of aging adults in history. Learn how libraries are reaching these populations, with attention to the 2008 RUSA Guidelines on Library and Information Services to Older Adults. Explore how libraries can best respond to the needs of Boomers and older adults through programs, collections, and services, including responses to the current economic downturn.

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ALA2012OlderAdults-Hildreth.pdf - Uploaded by Suzanne Flint (Jul 23, 2012 - 862.39 KB
ALA2012OlderAdults-Salsbury.pdf - Uploaded by Suzanne Flint (Jul 23, 2012 - 913.2 KB
ALA2012OlderAdults_Flint.pdf - Uploaded by Suzanne Flint (Jul 23, 2012 - 1.58 MB
ALA2012OlderAdults-Sarmiento.ppt - Uploaded by Anthony Sarmiento (Jul 19, 2012 - 567.5 KB
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Attached is Suzanne Flint's PowerPoint for her portion of this panel presentation.

Attached is Jane Salisbury's PowerPoint for her portion of this panel presentation.

Attached is Susan Hildreth's PowerPoint presentation for her portion of this panel presentation.