March 29, 2019
Changes coming to the NoveList Book Squad
The NoveList Book Squad began three years ago as a way for us to share readers’ advisory information to help you with your day-to-day work and we are continuing with that mission but are making a few tweaks to simplify.
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 20, 2019
Top 10 most searched titles in library catalogs: March 2019
Ever wonder what library users worldwide are searching for in catalogs just like yours? Last month we kicked off our top 10 most searched titles in library catalogs series. Here are March’s top ten items searched in library catalogs that include NoveList Select.
March 19, 2019
Where should I start with crime, mysteries, and thrillers?
Lynn Lobash and I are your hosts for Crash Course in Crime, Mysteries, and Thrillers. If you’re new this genre, we want to help you get started, so we’ve put together a starter pack -- these titles are all well-reviewed, will appeal to most readers, are either a stand-alone title or the first in a series. And all of them are also available on audio.
March 8, 2019
How to squeeze in NoveList training when you only have 10 minutes
We’re all busy, I get it. We have this never-ending to-do list, and no amount of prioritizing seems to make a dent. And, often, if a particular action item takes longer than 5 or 10 minutes, it’s near impossible to fit it into our busy lives. NoveList has lots of training that can easily be tackled in just minutes
March 7, 2019
Introducing a new way to find STEM fiction
We are pleased to introduce you to our latest new genre in NoveList, STEM fiction. Here at NoveList, we realized that although discovering nonfiction STEM books is fairly straightforward, identifying fiction STEM books can be more challenging. We wanted to come up with a simple way for librarians, educators, and patrons to identify fictional titles that incorporate problem-solving using STEM concepts.