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Creating More Effective Library Systems
This year the SRLAAW is undertaking a multi-part process to examine how public library systems can remain effective in meeting member library needs into the future, including the possibility of reconfiguring systems. This process, while organized by SRLAAW, has involved, and will continue to involve, input from others in the library community. The ultimate goal is to better serve Wisconsin library patrons now and in the future.
More information about the 2013 System Services/Configuration Discussion Process, including the Progress Report and Preliminary Recommendations, can be found on the Process page or the Background Information page.
SRLAAW is composed of Administrators from all seventeen Wisconsin Public Library Systems and the Library Directors of the Resource Libraries from each System. SRLAAW meets approximately four times per year to deal with statewide legislative and policy issues that impact public library service in Wisconsin.
If you have questions or need information about SRLAAW, please contact one of the officers.