The Chronicle of Higher Education and Ithaka S+R are partnering to provide library leaders a professional development program tailored to their unique challenges and goals. This two-week virtual program is designed to empower participants to develop their leadership skills and drive institutional success.

The first week of this program will offer librarians a chance to dive into three core seminars. These high-level, large-format seminars will include insights on national trends, the higher ed business model, and the library’s role in institutional initiatives. The second week will divide the larger group into topic-based workshops. Each group will hone personal action plans based on their area of focus and the strategic needs of their institutions. Participants can choose from workshop session topics including the library’s role in the research enterprise, the library’s role in student success and community, and the library’s role in teaching and learning.

Learn more about the program, with Ithaka S+R’s Mark McBride and Roger Schonfeld.