Reporting from Midwinter: Round Tables
From John Chrastka (on-site in Boston) I'm meeting with the Round Table Coordinating Assembly right now to discuss membership issues that impact our 17 round tables. It is a diverse group representing a wide range of interests in the profession that aren't necessarily in divisions. Some of the highlights are that the International Relations Round Table is starting an endowment campaign, the Map and Geography Round Table is celebrating an anniversary this year and the Learning Round Table is ramping up after its name change. These are great communities of people interested in the variety of ways to work in libraries and to support the ideals of the profession. I am happy to see them growing and engaging in new ways.