October 19, 2016

Wish I’d known… From folders to bibliographies

As I wrote about in my previous Wish I’d Known installment, I’ve been working at NoveList for a couple of months and keep bumping across features that I wish I’d known about when I worked at a public library.

October 13, 2016

#KenBone: A pop culture/readers’ advisory fusion

We heard you loud and clear, NoveList subscribers. The enthusiasm generated by our recent Pop Culture webcast showed us that readers' advisory librarians clearly see the benefit of using pop culture to engage library patrons.

October 11, 2016

Newsletters we love

It’s one-twelve in the afternoon. Your readers have just finished their lunch and are popping over to their email accounts for a brief respite before getting back to their daily grind. What are they hoping to find? Something funny? Something interesting. Something…free?

Event Date: November 2, 2016

Webcast: Linked Data: Building the Future for Libraries

The web is moving from just delivering results to delivering answers. What if your library could change Google, Siri, and other web agents from being competitors to partners? Do you want to learn how your library can increase traffic to your website and your catalog with linked data? 

October 6, 2016

Relevance is in the eyeballs of the beholder

Google, Bing, Amazon, Apple, and every other major player on the web is engaged in a struggle to capture more eyeballs. Not just any eyeballs -- but the eyeballs of the 87.65% of US residents that use the Internet.

October 5, 2016

Wish I’d known… About the power of personal folders in NoveList

I’ve been working at NoveList for a little over two months now and I’m still bumping across features that make me go, “I wish I’d known this when I was working in a public library!”

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