**Apologies for cross posting**
Our six-part roundtable-format series on Managing and Adapting to Pandemic-Driven Change will come to a close in December, with two final webinars on Rethinking Spaces (December 9) and Moving into the Future (December 16). We have been delighted with the positive response to this series of webinars, which was introduced as a direct result of feedback from our members about your need for more educational programming on this topic. Please mark your calendars now our December program, and make sure your colleagues do the same!
Wednesday, December 9, 11.00 - 12.30pm ET/4.00pm - 5.30pm GMT
This webinar will focus on the planning and adaptation needed in order to safely bring your workforce back to an office setting. This discussion will look beyond narrow issues such as managing shelving or foot traffic, to focus on how we need to rethink the functional space and shared environments of 21st century knowledge workers. Our expert speakers are: Emily Daly, Duke University Libraries; Lorin Jackson and Alison Masterpasqua, both Swarthmore College; Tony Sanfilippo, The Ohio State University Press; and Maria Stanton, Atla. Register now (free for NISO members)!
Wednesday, December 16, 11.00 am - 12.30pm ET/4.00pm - 5.30pm GMT
In this final webinar of the series, our roundtable participants will look to the future. They will discuss how they and their organizations are navigating the changes, and the additional adaptations that may be required or made possible as we start to think about a post-COVID world. The pandemic has caused an acceleration in community shifts that were already unfolding. How do NISO members and the broader information community navigate those changes and make the most of this opportunity to shape a better future? Confirmed speakers include: Lori Carlin, Delta Think; Steven Hall, IOP Publishing; Michael Levine-Clark, University of Denver; and Amy Pawlowski, Ohiolink. Register now (free for NISO members)!
We will share login details with registrants a few days before each webinar, as well as providing a link to the recordings afterwards.