October 19, 2017

Five ways to use linked data on social media

Does your library struggle with posting information about your collection to social media? Try posting recommendations from your library's linked data, and snag a few ideas from us to get you started.

October 17, 2017

Horror at the service desk

Raise your hand if you think that supernatural baddies, psychotic serial killers, and/or shambling hordes of the undead make great fictional reading companions. Even if your hand is down, you can still help readers who relish the vicarious thrill of being scared find great horror in your library.

October 12, 2017

Training at your library: we asked, you answered

We recently conducted a survey about staff training in public libraries, and now that we have the results we are sharing them with you. 

October 11, 2017

Finding nonfiction that’s fun to read

It’s easy to gravitate towards fiction when deciding what to pick up at the library on your next visit. But many readers prefer their reading to be rooted in fact. 

October 2, 2017

Find it in NoveList: Canada, Australia, and New Zealand book awards

Award-winning books often attract the attention of readers and, luckily for you, NoveList keeps track of over one thousand different book awards -- including region specific awards not limited to the United States. 

September 29, 2017

Funny Canadian reads

I was thinking about Canadian humor and kids materials the other day when I came across a fantastically funny clip from a children's program. Of course, thinking about Canadian books isn’t unusual for me -- I lead the NoveList Canadian team, ensuring Canadian materials are well represented in NoveList.

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