Event Date: March 19, 2019
Webinar: Why Read Crime, Mysteries, & Thrillers, and How to Help Those Who Do
Are you intimidated at the thought of helping readers of crime, mysteries, and thrillers? Whether your readers are fans of police procedurals (like the Inspector Gamache series) or fans of Grisham-esque legal thrillers let NoveList and LibraryReads break down the best these genres have to offer your readers—from behind the iron curtain to unreliable narrators.
Event Date: January 15, 2019
Webinar: Why Read Science Fiction and How to Help Those That Do
Are you intimidated at the thought of helping science fiction readers? Whether your readers are fans of dystopian reads (like the Divergent series) or Afrofuturism works (like the Broken Earth novels), let NoveList and LibraryReads break down the best science fiction has to offer your readers—from alien invasions to weird science.
Event Date: November 29, 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.
Event Date: September 18, 2018
Webinar: Unlocking Themes to Improve Your Readers’ Advisory
From Rookie on the Beat to Secret Babies, there are dozens of themes that your readers adore. Let RA expert Becky Spratford and metadata maven Cathleen Keyser show you how adding themes to your RA toolbox can supercharge your readers’ advisory, circulation, and programming.
Event Date: April 12, 2018
Webinar: Promoting Library Resources with Email
"I didn't know the library had that!" How many times have you heard that from your patrons?
Event Date: March 7, 2018
Webinar: Put Your Library’s Linked Data to Work
Heard about linked data, but think it’s something that exists only in libraries’ futures? Not sure how linked data can help you, your library, and your community in the present?