This program has been postponed. All registrants will be notified as soon as a new date is selected.
Learn how one university library incorporates sustainability into their services and programs, and how public libraries can do the same. Eric Tans, Environmental Sciences Librarian, will share a variety of sustainability initiatives he has worked on at Michican State University, as well as the planning process that brought those initiatives to fruition.
Program attendees will learn about the sustainability canvas planning tool, and and how it can help organize program goals, potential partners, and more.
About the Speaker:
Eric Tans has two roles within the Michigan State University Library: Science Collections Coordinator and Environmental Sciences Librarian. As Science Collections Coordinator. He manages and supervises the science librarians at MSU, overseeing their collection development, instruction, and liaison work across science disciplines. In his position as Environmental Sciences Librarian, he is liaison to the Fisheries and Wildlife Department and the Environmental Science and Policy Program, and provides support for both teaching and research. Eric's primary research interest focus is sustainability in libraries.
This program will be recorded. Attendees will receive 1 CE credit for participating in this program. Click here to access the RCLS Code of Conduct.