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Senin, 17 September 2012

Rundown Study Tour Sanfransisco, 19-30 Sept

Wednesday, September 19________________________________________
AM and early PM
Arrivals at SFO
Check into Best Western Coyote Point Hotel, San Mateo
• Breakfast included
• Free wi-fi plus p.c. available in business center
Introductions and Initial Allowance Payment
Early Evening
Group Dinner in nearby downtown San Mateo
Thursday, September 20:_________________________________________
8:45
Board Van to go to Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, San Jose
9:45
Contextual briefing on libraries in the US
Dr. Anthony Bernier, Associate Professor, San Jose State University, School of Library and Information Science                              (bio: http://slisapps.sjsu.edu/facultypages/view.php?fac=berniera)
11:30
San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science: On-line Curriculum and Training of Information Science Professionals
Sandra Hirsh, Professor and Director
(bio: http://slisapps.sjsu.edu/facultypages/view.php?fac=hirshs)
1:00
Buffet Lunch in the Cultural Heritage Board Room with Presenters, Hosted by The Asia Foundation
2:00
Tour of co-located San Jose State University Library and San Jose Public Library Facility
2:30
Panel on Challenges and Benefits of a Co-Located Academic and Public Facility
Mary Nino, Associate Dean, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, San Jose State University
Jane Light, Former Director of San Jose Public Library
(bio: http://www.sanjoseca.gov/citymanager/releases/library_leader.htm)
3:30
Depart San Jose to return to hotel
EVENING
6:00
Board Van to Hillsdale Shopping Center (optional)—dinner on own
Return to Best Western Coyote Point Hotel
Friday, September 21____________________________________________
9:00
Check out of Best Western Coyote Point Hotel
9:15
Board Van with Luggage
9:45
Visit Asia Foundation’s Books for Asia Warehouse in San Leandro
• Tour and Overview of Operations
• Discussion: Books for Asia and Your Library’s Strategy
11:45
Board Van to go to The Asia Foundation in San Francisco’s Financial District
• (Consign luggage at the Union Square Hotel on the way).
1:00
Welcome Lunch Hosted by Asia Foundation
Speaker: Robert Miller, Global Director of Books, Internet Archives (bio http://archive.org/about/bios.php)
Talk: “Papyrus, Paper and Pixels: A Place for Each One”
2:30
Administrative Session:
• Program Overview
• Insurance, Tax Forms, and Disbursement of Allowances
• Discuss formation of site visit sub-groups
• Discuss formation of thematic sub-groups
3:15
Walk to the Union Square Hotel and Check In
• Breakfast available in nearby cafes and restaurants ( a list will be provided)
• Free Wi-Fi and access to p.c. in business center
Evening:
Free
Saturday, September 22______________________________________
9:00
Board Van for Three-Bridges City Tour
12:30
Thematic sub-group breakout session #1 at the home of Suzanne Siskel, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of The Asia Foundation
1:00 pm
Informal Lunch
2:45
Board Van to return to San Francisco
Sunday, September 23________________________________________
Free Day
Monday, September 24________________________________________
7:45
Check out of Union Square Hotel
8:15
Board Van with luggae to depart for Lodi in the Central Valley
• (Brief stop for breakfast en route)
10:30
Briefing at the Lodi Public Library on Library Services for a Rural Community
Noon
Lunch (no-host) in Downtown Lodi
1:15
Visit Tokay High School: State Secondary School Library Models and Standards
2:00
Board van to Drive to Sacramento
2:45
Check into the Inn off Capitol Park Hotel, Sacramento
• Breakfast included
• Free wi-fi plus one p.c. available in lobby
4:00
Panel Discussion: Perspectives on Asian-Pacific Community Needs and Services
Venue: My Sister’s House, Shelter for Women and Children
Evening
Home Hospitality: Dinner with Friends of the Library (small groups)
Tuesday, September 25______________________________________
8:45
Walk to California State Library
9:00
Session A: California State Library
• CSL role in policy development and standards
• Programs and Services for libraries throughout the state
10:30
Walk to State Capitol and go through security (identification is required).
10:45
Session B: Legislative and Budgetary Issues for the Library Sector in California
California Library Association
• Legislative Aide identified by the Senate Office of International Relations
12:15
Tour of State Capitol
1:00
Working Lunch in State Capitol Cafeteria with Thematic Sub-groups (no host)
1:45
Focus Session: Sacramento Public Library Outreach Programs
• Strategy
• Design and Implementation of Outreach Programs
• Partnerships with NGOs, government agencies, etc.
• Surveys and Customer Service Feedback
• Q&A Session
5:00
Walk back to hotel
Evening:
Central Library and Coolidge branch Library to observe children’s programs (in sub-groups)
Continue on to Visit  Old Sacramento
Wednesday, September 26____________________________________
8:00
Check out of the Inn off Capitol Park and Consign Luggage; walk to SPL
8:30
Overview of Sacramento Public Library System
• Operations
• Customer Service Feedback and Surveys
• Selected Technologies
• Tour of the Sacramento Central Library Facility
Brenda Haggard, Strategic Communications Officer, Sacramento Public Library
10:15
Depart for Branch Library Visits to Observe Activities (2 subgroups)
(Details to be provided)
11:30
Board Vans to Return to Central Library
12:00
No-host lunch with SPL staff in small groups in and around Cesar Chavez Plaza
12:45
Depart for Afternoon Visits Picking up Luggage En Route
1:30
Site Visits in Sub-groups:
• Group A: Del Paso Heights Storefront Library
• Group B: Sacramento City College Paraprofessional Training Program
/////////////Overview of SCC Academic Library Operations
3:00
Depart for SF Bay Area, with brief stop at a major bookstore en route.
5:00
Check into Kensington Park Hotel in Union Square, San Francisco
• Breakfast available in nearby cafes and restaurants
• Free wi-fi plus access to p.c. in business center
Evening: Free
Thursday, September 27______________________________________
8:20
Walk to Powell Station and Take BART to Civic Center
9:00 San Francisco Public Library Briefings and Tour
• Director’s Welcome and Overview
Friends of the Library on Fundraising and Volunteerism
• Core Session:
• Digital Collection Management
• Helping Library Users to Access Digital Resources
•Tour of the Main Library in Two Sub-groups
Noon
No-host Lunch with SFPL Staff at the Asian Art Museum’s CafĂ© Asia (Fisher Room)
• Opportunity to Visit Asian Art Museum Galleries
Break into sub-groups for remainder of afternoon:
• Group A
• Group B:
  • 2:00: SFPL on Open Government and Citizen Participation Services
  • 3:00 Visit San Francisco’s Historic City Hall
  • 3:45 Board Van
  • 4:15 Visit the Richmond Branch Library and Observe Activities
  • 5:15 Board Van to return to hotel
Friday, September 28_______________________________________
9:00
Walk to The Asia Foundation
9:30
Experience sharing sessions (details to be provided)
Noon
Working Lunch hosted by The Asia Foundation (continue discussions)
1:00
Wrap-up and Awarding of Certificates: Conclusion of Program
Saturday, September 29______________________________________
Check out of Kensington Park Hotel
Depart SFO
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