January 23, 2020

LibraryAware Users Speak; We Listen

We wrapped up our second annual LibraryAware user survey late last year and have been reading and processing all of your wonderful feedback.  Each year’s survey is one way to help us understand how you’re using LibraryAware and what you need it to do, what you love about it, and some key areas where you’d like us to make changes as LibraryAware evolves.

December 5, 2019

Find the perfect template in LibraryAware

With the recent release of the all-template search in LibraryAware, it has become easier than ever to find just the template to fit your needs. 

November 20, 2019

LibraryAware all-templates search

Soon you’ll be able to search for any of LibraryAware’s 7,000+ templates — flyers, bookmarks, e-blasts, the whole lot — from a single search bar at the top of the page. 

October 22, 2019

Promoting new books in your collection (that aren’t on the bestseller list)

We know some books will circulate no matter what we do (James Patterson, J.K. Rowling, J.D. Robb, etc.), but many of the new books libraries buy need a little push. They are wonderful books, perfect, even, in the hands of the right reader, if only that reader knew that book was waiting for them at the library.

So how to get that information out there?

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.  

July 8, 2019

Customizable Shapes in LibraryAware’s Drag and Drop Editor

In addition to the many shapes you can access by searching LibraryAware’s images, you will find several new shapes to customize within the drag and drop editor, including a starburst, an arrow, and quote and thought bubbles.

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