Thank you for joining us at eGathering on Thursday,
February 7. If you weren't able to make it, we hope you enjoy watching the
recording and look forward to having you join us at an upcoming member
The second annual member meeting was a dynamic event
focused on the theme Survive
or Thrive: Connecting Libraries and Community, and where we
announced our new initiative: LYRASIS
Digital. We have received many comments from members who
enjoyed the presentations, keynote speaker, Rich Harwood, and the lively
Q&A discussion. During the meeting, members participated through the
online chat feature, asking questions of the presenters, and using social
media to comment. Big thanks to the panelists and video contest submitters,
with congratulations to the winner Roanoke South County Library (VA).
Please provide your feedback on the meeting with our online
evaluation, which enters you in the chance to win one of three $25 gift
As follow-up to the meeting, we have provided a number of
related resources and a link to the recording.
and Community-Building Resources:
To view the recording, please click here.
Enter your email address in the center box under Event Registration
and the link (Event URL) to the recording will be sent to you via
In Rich Harwood's speech, he referenced a tool that
The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation has created for our
members. To access this helpful resource, please click here.
To see all of the tweets, search #eGathering on Twitter,
and click here to view the comments on Facebook.
To continue the conversation and share how you're
building community and showcasing digital content, please connect with
us in one of many ways:
LYRASIS Community Events (including the LYRASIS
Community Forum luncheon at the Free Library of Philadelphia on
Friday, February 22 at 12:30 pm)