Reference Round Table (RRT)







1. To provide a practical framework for sharing information, fostering professional interactions, and providing continuing education opportunities


2. To be a support system for library workers engaged in reference services in all types of Oregon libraries.


The programs are the centerpiece of activity in the organization.  The Reference Round Table generally holds four each year, including a program at OLA, and it strives to hold them in different parts of the state.  Programs tend to be practical, they are developed from member suggestions, and they feature expertise from among Oregon's own librarians.  Each half-day event includes a brown bag lunch before-hand and a tour of the host library following the program, when possible.