March 20, 2020

Ready-to-share reading lists

We know that librarians continue serving their communities, even if that is taking a different form than it would have a mere week ago.  As people #stayhome and parents plan educational activities to keep their children occupied, books become an invaluable resource. And let’s face it, most readers don’t need an excuse to turn to books for any reason, but in times of stress, they can provide an unparalleled element of comfort and escape in a chaotic world. 

December 12, 2019

2019: Year in Review

We’re at the end of 2019 and what better time to reflect on the year, its highlights and milestones and how we spent it with you. 

We’ve created this snapshot of 2019 to share how you and your patrons used NoveList this year, including the most searched titles of the year, top book discussion guides, and the most popular templates in LibraryAware!

August 12, 2019

Your library: the newest entrepreneurial hub (that’s been around for years)

If you want to position your library as the hot spot for entrepreneurs, or you want to start off slowly by adding some programs aimed at entrepreneurs, we can help. We’ve put together a guide to help you package what you already do (and inspire you with a few ideas you may not have tried yet). 

May 20, 2019

LibraryAware Chat Support

In 2012 we rolled out our LibraryAware product to help you engage with your patrons through print, email, and social media channels. Shortly after that, we began to offer the live chat feature to provide live (and human!) support to users in the moment of need.

March 21, 2019

Newsletters we love, pt 3

Looking at other organizations’ newsletters is a great source of inspiration. We love seeing the different newsletters our LibraryAware customers create and wanted to share a few of them with you. Check out some of our favorites.

March 4, 2019

Introducing the new LibraryAware homepage

We created LibraryAware for busy library professionals like you who need to promote your collections, build audiences for your programming, and keep patrons informed about what’s happening at the library. With that goal in mind, and in response to feedback from customers, we’re introducing a new homepage for LibraryAware next month.

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