September 16, 2019

The joys of weeding

I loved weeding in all its forms. I would print out that non-circ list, head to my section, and it would just be me and the books (and whatever patron stopped to ask me questions). Weeding was a solitary time to put my hands on my collection, to better understand the gaps in what we offered, the surprising things that circulated, and the books that weren’t circing, but maybe needed to.

September 13, 2019

Supernatural reads

The record-breaking television series Supernatural is launching its final season, and fans are bracing for final goodbyes. Saying farewell is bittersweet, but brothers Sam and Dean Winchester deserve retirement more than any other hunky monster-battling duo we know. Maybe they’ll finally have time to settle back with a good book?

September 12, 2019

8 proven ideas for growing your subscriber list

Whether you’re new to email marketing or want to increase your library’s subscriber list, we’ve put together eight proven ideas for growing your list. 

Event Date: October 10, 2019

Webinar: Library Newsletters Best Practices

One of the most effective ways for a library to connect with patrons (and staff) is through email, whether through regularly scheduled newsletters or occasional email blasts. Join us as we hear from three libraries featured in our white paper on newsletter best practices who have stepped up their newsletter game and seen results.

September 9, 2019

Get Reader Insights with NoveList Select

This spring, we launched the NoveList Select Analytics Dashboard, which gives our libraries a more holistic picture of the impact NoveList Select is having in your catalog. As part of our commitment to provide windows into how your library’s patrons are viewing and interacting with NoveList Select in your catalog, we’re excited to announce that even deeper insights are now available in the Dashboard.

September 5, 2019

Australian Reading Hour

By setting aside time for reading, kids learn that it's a habit worth developing. And so often, adults feel too stressed and over-scheduled to allow themselves the luxury of free reading time. Australian Reading Hour gives everyone permission to do just that. 

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