January 13, 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. Plus, the first 50 visitors who attend a NoveList training with us will score a sweet, sweet badge holder, perfect collecting for buttons, cards, notes, and more while at the conference.
Bite-Sized NoveList Training
New this year! Stop by the booth for a quick NoveList refresher. Give us five minutes, and we’ll send you on your way with three must-know tips that will help you tackle your readers’ questions with ease. We’ll be available for micro-trainings on:
Friday, January 24: 5:30-7 p.m.
Saturday, January 25: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.; 2-5 p.m.
Sunday, January 26: 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.; 2-4 p.m.
Be sure to enter our drawing to win an incredibly adorable and timely giveaway. No spoilers here. OK, two words: Baby. Yoda.
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Out and about in Philadelphia
Conferences always provide excellent opportunities for the NoveList team to get out of the office, talk with our wonderful colleagues and customers, catch a slew of excellent speakers, visit some great libraries and attractions, and binge on delicious food. I have loved Julia Alvarez since being consumed by In the Time of Butterflies while in college, so I have triple-starred, circled, and underlined her Saturday lecture in my conference planner. Halle Eisenman will be diligently working with The Reading List committee. Jenny Schafer from our product management team will be around to learn more about how to make NoveList products work even better for you and your community. Our Vice President, Danielle Borasky, will be there and is always eager to hear your thoughts on NoveList.
Whether you’re out and about grabbing a cheesesteak or in a session, keep an eye out for us with our bright orange NoveList badge holders. We’d love to see (and meet) you!
Jen Heuer Scott is a NoveList Consultant. She is currently reading How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with your Kids: A Practical Guide to Becoming a Calmer, Happier Parent, surely inspired by the 16 days spent with her three children over winter break.