by Crystal Sherman Norton
Thursday, April 29, I attended the annual LLOPS Professional Development Workshop: “The Social Librarian: Changing the Landscape of Library Interactions.” I must say that the LLOPS Professional Development Committee did an excellent job at putting the entire workshop together.
Upon checking in with Registration, I was asked to visit a table over in the food and beverage section of the room and select a plate from amongst the many designs, colors and types of plates available. My first thought was that someone had recently been shopping at Value Village, and how “interesting” that was. As this particular activity was asked only of those who would be staying for the afternoon sessions, I was anticipating that we would be eating our lunch from whichever plate we selected. If that had only been the case.