January 16, 2020

A secret resource for readers’ advisory training

NoveList Plus is one of our library’s most powerful tools for providing readers’ advisory services for our patrons. I hope, though, that you haven’t overlooked one of my favorite training tools:  a colorful little booklet NoveList produces called The Secret Language of Books: A Guide to Story Elements.

January 15, 2020

New Year, New Crash Course Webinars

We had so much fun partnering with LibraryReads last year on the Crash Course webinar series that we are doing it again in 2020! We are very excited to announce that our collaboration will continue with new genres & new presenters. However, we will still cover many of the same elements —why readers love the genre, tips for talking to fans, essential books to know about and recommend, information regarding trends and cross-over titles, and unlocking the secrets to the genre through appeal terms, subgenres, relevant themes, and more.

Event Date: March 25, 2020

Webinar: Crash Course in Historical Fiction

Do you have a go to strategy for helping historical fiction readers? Whether your readers are fans of family sagas or shady ladies, let NoveList and LibraryReads break down the best historical fiction has to offer your readers — from Biblical fiction to World War II and everything in between.

January 13, 2020

Come see us at ALAMW 2020!

Traveling to Philadelphia for ALA Midwinter this year? Be sure to pencil in a visit to the EBSCO booth #1509 and get some insider info on what’s new with NoveList. 

January 10, 2020

Looking ahead to 2020

Speaking up for the library also means that we need to speak up for the core value of reading and the ways that libraries help us connect communities of readers. Reading is the gateway to growth, and connecting readers is how we will ensure our future success.

January 9, 2020

Multitask with NoveList Folders

Folders make multitasking useful. Folders can help with programming AND providing great readers’ advisory. Folders can help you pivot from program-planning to readers’ advisory. Here are tips on incorporating folders into your multitasking days.

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