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Connect & Communicate: Safety and Security in the Campus Library

January 12, 2015

Safety and Security in the Campus Library
A Connect & Communicate Series Discussion

Friday, January 30, 12:00pm

During this hour, academic librarians are invited to share their experiences confronting dangerous situations in the library, as well as their concerns, thoughts, ideas, and suggestions for keeping themselves and their patrons safe.

This will be an informal discussion, during which all attendees are encouraged to participate. The easiest way to participate is through the use of a headset with microphone, but attendees may alternately participate via chat.

Register at the following link:

Join the conversation on Friday, January 30, at 12:00 p.m. at

  • For this program, participants are encouraged to utilize a headset with microphone. However, a headset is not required, and participants may join the discussion via the meeting room chat box.
  • A recording of the program will be made available to PaLA members.

Before the Discussion:

To test your computer (recommended):

To run the Adobe Connect Meeting Connection Diagnostic:

If you would like to be emailed directly about this and other upcoming Connect & Communicate Series events, you may provide us with your name and email address here: . (If you submitted previously, you are still on our list.)

Please continue to share your ideas for programming topics, speakers, or formats with us! We’re getting some great suggestions and themes are starting to emerge, but we could also use some more speaker names. If you or someone you know is doing something great in Pennsylvania’s academic libraries, tell us about it!

The Connect & Communicate Series of online programming offered by the PaLA College & Research Division aims to help foster a community of academic librarians in Pennsylvania. Please contact Jill Hallam-Miller at or at 717-728-2415 with questions.

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