This paper summarizes the different topics covered by presentations and discussions during the Frye Leadership Institute, which the author attended as a fellow, June 5-17, 2005, Atlanta, Georgia. A version of this same report appears in the library newsletter the Information Edge.

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The Frye Leadership Institute is a two-week intensive residency program available to colleagues of diverse backgrounds: faculty, librarians, IT and staff. Collaboration is the focus of the institute, and this richness of interaction among participants assist in the development of skills to transform information resources in the twenty-first century.

Content includes reports on various areas of leadership and collaborative enterprise in the areas of librarianship, education, access to and delivery of information as well as the application of technology to research, education and learning.