Sunday, July 19, 2009

Cathy Balshone-Becze: What Public Libraries Can Do For Special Libraries: Presenting an Overview of Services in Massachusetts

Thank you to Cathy Balshone-Becze for presenting on "What Public Libraries Can Do For Special Libraries: Presenting an Overview of Services."

This presentation is part of a joint session, "What Public Libraries Have to Offer Special Libraries – Massachusetts & Connecticut," presented with Laura Vasselle. It is a fantastic comprehensive overview of the organization of Massachusetts libraries and the services available available to Massachusetts residents, with a focus on those helpful to library professionals working in a Jewish institution. Stay posted for Marie's summary of the session. We appreciate Cathy's sharing her time, expertise and enthusiasm to expand the presentation's audience by allowing it to be posted here and are delighted that she and Laura were able to join forces in the spirit of the conference theme.



Cathy Balshone-Becze is Reference Librarian at the Newton Free Library in Newton, MA.

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