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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Pima County Public Library Gina Macaluso, SIRLS Student Gina Macaluso, Interviewee Responsibilities: Favorite Job-Related Activity: Developing partnerships with communityorganizations and development of responsive services and programs for the public. Issue:With the increase of electronic materials such as ebooks, audiobooks, videos, music, and magazines and a decrease in physical copies of books and materials, space within libraries will need to be assessed for future use. Libraries are looking at creative ways to use the increased floor space. Some of the uses include more computers, computer labs, more comfortable and flexible seating, informal and formal learning spaces, and maker spaces. It is an exciting time for libraries as they reinvent new ways to utilize their publicspaces. Coordination of library services for a large 27 branch library system.Prepare, monitor, administer and evaluation grants in the areas of children, teen, family literacy and adult literacy programs.Project management of large library initiatives.Community analysis needs assessment, evaluation, and implementation of innovative services, programs and outreach services.Management of budgets and professional staff.Building of collaborations and partnerships with community organizations.Develop, coordinate, and implement professional training for library staff.Community Impact Planning Coordination. Position Title: Administrator of Literacy ServicesDepartment: Joel D. Valdez Main LibraryParent Organization: Pima CountyTucson, ArizonaReports to: Library Director Melinda Cervantez Conclusion:The work of a public librarian is most about helping people. Librarians serve as connectors between information and public needs. Ms. Macaluso firmly believes in the power of reading and information, and the power of libraries to change lives. It is because of this belief that she have committed her professional life to library service and helping people.
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