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Whose Library?
SUE CHARTERIS FOR SCL SEMINAR, 20 June 2013
Introduction

 A question and
 Four paradoxes to address:
 Finance crisis bringing new audiences?
 Legislative framewo...
1: Finance crisis bringing new users?
 ‘Finance experts warn poorest will be hit hardest by spending

review’

 ‘CAB cal...
2: Moving from defensive use of legislation
3: The nature of politics is changing
3.A. Bringing new allies?
4: Envisioning: both core purpose and real issues
So what does this mean?: Four propositions
1. Design the service for the ‘hardest to help’
 “ You have to focus on the non- user, and you
have to passionately own the problem. You
can address the barriers, only w...
2. The tipping point for breakthrough change
3. A package of big enough interventions

 Work with partners to:
 Go big time as providers of on line skills and suppor...
Surprising and symbolic venues:
To win new audiences
Where you least expect them!
Shout your positive messages more loudly
Thank you! Suecharteris@equalvalue.org
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Whose Library?

  1. 1. Whose Library? SUE CHARTERIS FOR SCL SEMINAR, 20 June 2013
  2. 2. Introduction  A question and  Four paradoxes to address:  Finance crisis bringing new audiences?  Legislative frameworks enabling, but are we using them proactively?  The changing nature of politics, bringing new allies?  Envisioning sets the base but are we getting to the core?  Adopting a framework change approach  Four propositions to accelerate progress
  3. 3. 1: Finance crisis bringing new users?  ‘Finance experts warn poorest will be hit hardest by spending review’  ‘CAB calls on councils to help cash squeezed residents'  ‘Councils urged to block access to payday lenders’  ‘Growing inequality in children's health, warns JRF  Public Health reports on differential life expectancy shocks Health Minister  ‘NEET’s let down by public transport’  ‘Closures of children’s centres gathers pace’  ‘Poor white children doing worst at school’……..
  4. 4. 2: Moving from defensive use of legislation
  5. 5. 3: The nature of politics is changing
  6. 6. 3.A. Bringing new allies?
  7. 7. 4: Envisioning: both core purpose and real issues
  8. 8. So what does this mean?: Four propositions
  9. 9. 1. Design the service for the ‘hardest to help’
  10. 10.  “ You have to focus on the non- user, and you have to passionately own the problem. You can address the barriers, only when you own, not shift the problem.” Dr. Venkataswamy, Aravind
  11. 11. 2. The tipping point for breakthrough change
  12. 12. 3. A package of big enough interventions  Work with partners to:  Go big time as providers of on line skills and support  Build an apprentice programme for libraries, and attract in new skills from Gen Y  Design some symbolic and iconic interventions to attract new audiences in surprising places  Show off: mainstreaming evidence of good practice
  13. 13. Surprising and symbolic venues:
  14. 14. To win new audiences
  15. 15. Where you least expect them!
  16. 16. Shout your positive messages more loudly
  17. 17. Thank you! Suecharteris@equalvalue.org

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