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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Program designed to improve skills

Photo: Pamela Louderback
"Dr. Pamela Louderback participated in a six-day program with the Leading Change Institute in Washington, D.C." continues Muskogee Daily Phoenix.

The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) created the program, which aims to engage library and information technology leaders in further developing their skills to take back to their respective institutes of higher education.

The institute discussed new sources of competition, uses of technology to support effective teaching and learning, distance learning, the changing modes of scholarly communications and how to rapidly and effectively adapt and succeed as a leader in an ever-changing environment.


Steven Edscorn, executive director of libraries at Northeastern State University, initially suggested that Louderback apply for the program. Edscorn is an alum of the Frye Leadership Institute which is now the Leading Change Institute.

Source: Muskogee Daily Phoenix