Hosting Conversations about Questions that Matter
Thank you Karsten for sharing such a well done summary-invitation to the Café process. Your introduction to the experience is excellent. Thank you again.
Maria de los Angeles Cinta
Thank you, like it very much
Many thanks ... This is a most helpful resource which I intend to share w/ other in the Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network ... Acknowledging you as the author, of course ... John Lesko
Hi. My name is Tess Tobin and I am new to the World Cafe community. I am a librarian for the City University of NY and work with promoting information and library services to the underserved and linguisitically diverse communities. I want to bring the work of The World Cafe to a larger library audience since I feel our library communitites can benefit from more meaningful conversations.
I am organizing a program in Anaheim, CA on Sunday, June 24 from 1:30-3:30pm at the the American Library Association Annual Conference. The program is called Cultural Programming: How to Achieve Meaningful Dialogue at Your Library. I am looking for an additional panel member who will talk about The World Cafe and how librarians can use your philosophy to engage diverse patrons in conversations that matter. You would be asked to speak for 15 minutes with Q&A.
If you are interested, please contact me and we can talk further. My email address is email@example.com