November 5, 2019
Make the most of NoveList and LibraryAware to support families that homeschool
Approximately 3% of school-age children were homeschooled in 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Without regular access to a school library and licensed media coordinator, homeschooled students and their families need the support of their public library . Here are some ways you can use NoveList and Library Aware to reach out to and help homeschooling families in your community.
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.
February 19, 2019
Business Kits now available in LibraryAware
LibraryAware was designed to help libraries promote what they offer to patrons. We are now excited to introduce our Small Business Kits in LibraryAware.
December 3, 2018
5 ways to survive the holidays at your library
For many, the holiday season can be stressful, especially for librarians. Often, there’s a struggle with making sure your library is inclusive around the holidays. The librarians at the NoveList office have been there so we’ve provided five tips you can use to survive the holiday season at your library.
November 1, 2018
Webinar: Promote your collection to increase circulation and engage readers!
Join us to hear from three library systems that shine the spotlight on their collections in creative ways beyond displays and bookmarks.They’ll share why promoting books in all formats made a difference -- not only to their circulation but to their patrons as well. Whether your collection fills a few stacks or a few buildings, you'll take away real-life strategies that will change the way you promote what your library offers.
February 26, 2018
Santa Monica Reads (and you can, too!): An interview with Robert Graves
Since our Book Clubs in Your Community webinar last fall, we received many comments about the annual Santa Monica Reads program shared by panelist and Public Services Librarian Robert Graves, who chairs the program. With all the interest in the program, I caught up with Robert to ask a few questions and share what I learned with you.