August 9, 2019

Online Recommendations: Lessons learned while online shopping

With a new baby comes rattles and diapers and onesies and board books and emails from every company that has anything to do with babies as your email address ends up on every baby-customer list to have ever existed, and the discovery of next day delivery. 2 a.m. is never a good time to make purchasing decisions, but it is a good time to learn that you can get 14 pacifiers delivered to your doorstep within 24 hours. 

August 7, 2019

Library Newsletters: Best Practices - A Guide to Connecting with Your Community Through Newsletters

Newsletters are an effective way for libraries to connect with their communities in a meaningful way. Whether you’re new to newsletters or want tips for making yours more impactful, we’ve got a resource you’ll want.

August 6, 2019

Advocacy templates in LibraryAware

Getting the word out about your public library is important, but perhaps never more important than when you have a referendum or measure on the ballot. Whether funding is adequate for your needs — or continues at all — often depends on how much voters know about your library’s impact on the community.  

August 1, 2019

Top 10 most searched titles in library catalogs: July 2019

Ever wonder what library users worldwide are searching for in catalogs just like yours? At NoveList, we’ve got the data. 

July 31, 2019

Your back-to-school master list, 2019 edition

At the beginning of the summer, we compiled all our best resources for surviving summer into a single summer reading master list. Now that the school year is gearing up again, we’ve done the same with a list of resources, ideas, tips, and tricks to help you have the best school year ever — whether you’re an educator, librarian, parent, or student.

July 30, 2019

Appeal terms for audiobooks

This spring, a dedicated team of audiobook-listening librarians from NoveList’s Book Discovery department eagerly began immersing themselves in all things audiobooks.  “Why?” you might ask.  Well, to expand our audiobook appeal vocabulary of course! 


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