The article focuses on Trading Libraries, a program originally proposed by Callie McGinnis, dean of libraries at Columbus State University. Its goals are that librarians and staff would receive a healthy and beneficial dose of professional development experience and make new professional connections to strengthen the library network. The program had these basic guidelines which includes a participant would shadow their counterpart from another University System of Georgia library and the participant could be a librarian or staff member.
Geisen, A., & Waggoner-Angleton, C. (2008). Trading Libraries: Off with a Roar, but Will It Soar?. Georgia Library Quarterly, 44(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss4/14