Taiga’s goal is to build a robust community of practice for senior academic library leaders who cross traditional organizational boundaries to focus on creating the future within our organizations. Whether your leadership portfolio includes digital libraries, technical services, public services, information technology, e-research, scholarly communications or collection development, Taiga welcomes all Assistant/Associate University Librarians; Assistant/Associate Deans or Directors; Chief Technology Strategists, or similarly-ranked staff to join the Taiga community. Taiga sponsors annual forums, informal discussions and social networking opportunities at professional meetings; and an engaging online community. Come join our conversations!
Fundraising for 21st-century Academic Libraries: Tips and Strategies for Future Leaders, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 9, 2016 (following DLF Forum)