Event Date: September 16, 2020
Webinar: Crash Course in Literary Fiction
Do you have a go-to strategy for helping readers with literary fiction? Whether your readers are fans of ensemble stories or stylistically complex, unconventional novels — let NoveList and LibraryReads break down the best literary fiction has to offer your readers — from facing racism to suburban malaise.
August 3, 2020
Back to School: Your 2020 Guide
#BacktoSchool2020 is gearing up, and though there remains a lot of uncertainty of what's to come and what it will look like, we know that school will start in whatever new form it takes. So we've made a back to school guide with a list of resources, ideas, tips, and tricks to help you have a great school year — whether you're an educator, librarian, parent, or student — whatever your school year may look like.
July 31, 2020
Top 10 most searched titles in library catalogs: July 2020
Ever wonder what library users worldwide are searching for in catalogs just like yours? At NoveList, we’ve got the data.
July 27, 2020
The message your library must send to students and teachers this year is… we’re here for you.
This year holds a lot of unknowns. The one thing we do know is that learning will begin, in some form or fashion, and that libraries will be a crucial part of the support system for learners, educators, and parents, more than ever before. Here are the three big steps you’ll need to take this school year to ensure your community knows how to find educational support at your library.
July 24, 2020
While You Wait: Antiracist reading recommendations
Waiting on a book is hard and waiting on these books is especially hard because this learning really can’t wait. (And for your patrons who may have been assigned this reading by teachers, bosses, or book clubs, it really, really can’t wait.)
July 23, 2020
3 tips to always have a book recommendation ready
One question I regularly faced as the manager of an adult services department at a public library was, “how can my staff and I stay on top of trends in reading and good books to recommend.” There is no shortage of book blogs, reviews, social media feeds, etc. people can read. And it’s fun to deep dive into the online community of a genre. But being an active member of all the online reading communities isn’t possible, so the question for my team was really, “what tools do we have to efficiently and effectively learn about good books to recommend in genres we don’t immerse ourselves in.”