- Association of College and Research Libraries, MD
- Children's Services Division
- Leadership Development Division
- Public Services Division
- Support Staff Division
- Technical Services Division
- Intellectual Freedom Panel
- Legislative Panel
- Marketing and Membership Committee
- Maryland Author Award
- Professional Development Panel
- Government Information Interest Group
- Maryland Adult Programming Interest Group
- New Members Interest Group
- Outreach Services Interest Group
- Readers' Advisory Interest Group
- Social Media Users Group
- Teen Interest Group
Public Services Division
The Public Services Division (PSD) provides opportunities for professional development, communication and discussion of library related issues to public services staff in all types of libraries.
Would you like to . . .
- Join a teen interest group?
- Write articles for the CRAB?
- Develop better leadership skills?
- Participate in conference planning?
- Benefit from statewide networking?
- Host public service related programs?
- Help coordinate public relations efforts?
- Improve your project management skills?
Join us at a meeting!
Baltimore County Public Library
855 Sulphur Spring Road, Arbutus. MD 21227
We meet in March, June, September and December on the second Thursday of the month, 9:30 AM - Noon.
Please note that the June 2017 meeting will be held at the Havre de Grace branch in Harford County.
Recent programs sponsored or co-sponsored by PSD
- New Roads for Outreach
- Rekindle the Fire: Coping with Burnout
- Law For Everyone @ The People's Law Library of Maryland
- When a Form is Not a Form: Deciphering Maryland Legal "Forms"
- Beyond Fifty Shades - The Whole Crayon Box: Erotica in Public Libraries
- Telling Your Own Stories: A Practical Guide to Sharing Your Personal Memories
- The Maryland State Library Resource Center: An Introduction to Maryland's State Library
We hope you were able to attend at least one of the above programs! And be sure to look for more PSD-sponsored programs at the Maryland Library Association Conference each spring, plus other fun and informative skill-building workshops held at various Maryland library locations throughout the year.
Last updated 04 February 2016