Event Date: September 26, 2017

Experiences from the Field: Reaching Targeted Audiences with Email Newsletters

Looking for a way to reach special audiences in your community?  Listen in on a conversation with four libraries that have found success connecting with these sometimes small but always important audiences in their communities.

Event Date: May 10, 2017

Webcast: Where does readers’ advisory fit in your 21st century library?

How do we balance the need to serve new users in new ways when we don’t have the funds to take care of our traditional users in the traditional ways they expect -- i.e. buy more books? Join three leading public library directors as they share the math they use to balance this equation in their communities.

Event Date: April 11, 2017

Webcast: Informed Browsing: Explore Your Library’s Collection with Metadata

Want to engage your readers -- wherever they are? Need tools to explore the depths of your collection, and to offer that almost-forgotten book to the reader who will love it?

Event Date: February 14, 2017

Webcast: Library Newsletters Made Easy(ier)

Looking for strategies to help your library get the word out? Join Nancy Dowd, co-author of Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for Overworked Librarians, for a session on making your library newsletter work harder for you. 

Event Date: November 2, 2016

Webcast: Linked Data: Building the Future for Libraries

The web is moving from just delivering results to delivering answers. What if your library could change Google, Siri, and other web agents from being competitors to partners? Do you want to learn how your library can increase traffic to your website and your catalog with linked data? 

Event Date: September 29, 2016

Webcast: Unlocking pop culture to improve your readers’ advisory

Librarians specialize in books, but some of the best readers' advisory inspiration can be found beyond the printed page. Start the right conversations and you can discover what your patrons love (and what they’d love to see in your library).

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