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novelist Library Journal and NoveList Announce the 2017 LibraryAware Community Award Recipients

Posted March 27, 2017

The Fairmont City Library Center, part of Mississippi Valley Library District in Illinois, was named the recipient of the 2017 LibraryAware Community Award given by Library Journal and underwritten by LibraryAware™, a product of the NoveList division of EBSCO Information Services. ... Read More »

novelist EBSCO Health Resources Outscore Competitors for POC Disease/Drug Reference in KLAS Clinical Decision Support 2016 Report

Posted December 6, 2016

Two EBSCO Health clinical resources were the top performing point-of-care reference tools for disease/drug reference in the KLAS Clinical Decision Support 2016 report.... Read More »

novelist NoveList® Amplifies the Power of Linked Data with the Release of NoveList Select for Linked Data™

Posted September 29, 2016

Libraries can now increase the power of linked data by adding reader’s advisory services with NoveList Select for Linked Data™. NoveList®, a division of EBSCO Information Services, (EBSCO) has partnered with Zepheira to boost the visibility of library collections online and enrich the information available to people in the community. ... Read More »

novelist Sign up for this webcast: The Exploding World of Audiobooks and Listeners' Advisory

Posted February 1, 2016

Listening to audiobooks has never been easier, but do your library patrons know that?... Read More »

novelist Accelerated Reader Comes to NoveList

Posted January 22, 2016

Need to find interesting books for students that match up to Accelerated Reader levels? All NoveList interfaces will now display an Accelerated Reader level for each juvenile title record. ... Read More »

novelist Sign up for this webcast: Romancing the Book Club

Posted January 8, 2016

Romance readers are among libraries' greatest patrons, but the romance genre is often overlooked as a choice for book clubs. ... Read More »

novelist New Advanced Search limiters for audiobooks and reviews

Posted October 29, 2015

NoveList now has even more ways to limit your searches. From the NoveList Advanced Search page you can now limit to books that have one or more starred professional reviews. This is a great way to find the best books from a particularly genre.... Read More »

novelist EBSCO Information Services and NoveList Show Commitment to BIBFRAME and Linked Data through Sponsorship Agreement with Zepheira

Posted October 6, 2015

As libraries look to expose their collections to patrons who use traditional search engines, EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and its NoveList division are working with Zepheira to determine how to help libraries make the transition. ... Read More »

novelist Sign up for this webcast: Appealing to Genre Readers

Posted September 8, 2015

We all know them -- those readers dedicated to a particular genre -- you may even be one yourself! How can you help those readers find the perfect book to read when they’ve already made it through their list of author or title read-alikes?... Read More »

novelist Better Book Discovery with New Browse Features in NoveList

Posted June 30, 2015

You’ve always been able to search NoveList for great reading recommendations, but now with the addition of two major new features, it is easier than ever to browse. These additional features help readers discover books that match their personal reading style.... Read More »

novelist NoveList Recommendations -- Now Available in Bibliocommons

Posted May 27, 2015

If your library has a catalog from Bibliocommons, you now have an exciting new option available to display "NoveList Recommends" in your catalog records. This improved integration between NoveList Select and Bibliocommons showcases up to 5 read-alike recommendations from NoveList... Read More »

novelist NoveList Adds Character Appeal and More

Posted April 27, 2015

The latest release of NoveList (including NoveList Plus, NoveList, NoveList K-8 Plus, and NoveList K-8) offers two new enhancements for all customers: character appeal and enhanced auto-complete. We think you'll love them both.... Read More »

novelist Sign up for this webinar: Creating Engaging Book Displays

Posted April 17, 2015

Book displays are a great way to highlight underused collections, increase circulation, and to encourage discovery in your library. In this free webcast with Susan Brown, director of the Chapel Hill Public Library and Nancy Dowd, co-author of ALA’ s best-selling book, Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for Overworked Librarians, we'll show you how you can create book displays that will leave readers asking for more. ... Read More »

novelist Sign up for this webinar: RA Programming for Kids

Posted April 1, 2015

Looking for amazing passive programming ideas for kids? Join NoveList’s Juvenile Content Specialist Autumn Winters and marketing expert Nancy Dowd for this free webinar. Discover new strategies for marketing your collection (and upping your programming stats) with this webinar about making great-looking, engaging passive programming materials that your kids will adore. Programming will never be easier than this!... Read More »

novelist Sign Up for This Webinar: Meeting Your Community’s Demand for Books

Posted March 25, 2015

How do you get more books into the hands of more readers? Selecting an appealing collection of books for your community is step one. Helping individual readers find the right books for their own style is step two. Combine the two and you have the potential to create a truly outstanding library service that meets the needs of readers throughout your community. Join us for a panel discussion with 3 librarians working at the intersection of collection development and readers’ advisory. ... Read More »

novelist Sign Up for This Webinar: Beyond Book Displays

Posted February 3, 2015

Are you concerned when readers say they don’t know about your readers’ services and collections? Frustrated because they are resistant to talking with you? Tired of hearing how people don’t know you have audiobooks, e-books or even large print books? Are you looking for new ways to engage readers who visit your library? ... Read More »

novelist Sign Up for This Webinar: The Year of the RA Makeover

Posted January 8, 2015

Can your library benefit from a fresh look at readers’ advisory service? While some libraries are investing in maker spaces and new technologies, many libraries are focusing their attention on updating this foundational service. Join us for an engaging and informative discussion as three libraries reveal why their attention is now on helping readers find the perfect read. ... Read More »

novelist New features in the April 2014 release of NoveList

Posted April 30, 2014

NoveList is getting some exciting new features and a new look on April 30, 2014. Enhancements include an updated, modern design and all-new autocomplete search functionality. In addition, NoveList Plus will now include audiobook recommendations.... Read More »

novelist Readers’ Advisory: How Do You Measure Up? | Free Webcast

Posted January 23, 2014

The results are in! Be among the first to hear what we learned about readers’ advisory service in public libraries during a recent survey. Is RA here to stay, or is its value declining?... Read More »

novelist Redesigned Display of Recommendations in Latest NoveList Select Release

Posted September 18, 2013

A new version of NoveList Select is coming your way, and we think you’ll love the changes. We improved the display of recommendations, made it easier for you to link to series recommendations, and added in-catalog feedback. When we previewed these new features, the most frequent comment was, “it looks beautiful!”... Read More »

novelist Going to Chicago? Don’t Miss These Special Offers from NoveList

Posted June 25, 2013

Even if you're a long-standing fan of NoveList, you won't want to miss what we have to offer at ALA this year. We have a lot of new features to show off, an exciting announcement, and a special offer discount. Plus, free buttons!... Read More »

novelist NoveList Adds Tools for Finding Visual Appeal

Posted June 4, 2013

Readers have a new tool for helping to discover books they love -- a new category of appeal terms called illustration appeals. These new appeal terms are now available in all NoveList databases (including NoveList, NoveList Plus, NoveList K-8, and NoveList K-8 Plus).... Read More »

novelist New Version of NoveList Select Released

Posted February 5, 2013

NoveList released a new version of NoveList Select with a major new feature – libraries are now able to offer recommendations for e-resources inside their catalog.... Read More »

novelist Webcast: Are Books Your Brand? How Libraries Can Stay Relevant to Readers

Posted January 29, 2013

Join us for a free webinar -- sponsored by NoveList and Library Journal -- with several librarians who are keeping readers at the forefront of the library mission... Read More »

novelist New Features Available in Your Catalog with NoveList Select

Posted May 8, 2012

The latest version of NoveList Select will introduce new features and additional options to further enrich library catalogs. These enhancements are part of the latest product release and will be rolling out over the next few weeks.... Read More »

novelist Free webcast! Creating a LibraryAware Community: Making Print Materials Work For You

Posted April 2, 2012

Join LibraryAware as we explore the power of print materials for marketing your library.... Read More »

novelist New NoveList Features: Goodreads, Read-alikes, and Author Information

Posted October 3, 2011

NoveList is excited to announce some new enhancements, available in our latest upgrade. ... Read More »

novelist Libraries are Essential: Building an Ongoing Connection

Posted June 14, 2011

Join NoveList and Library Journal to hear just how libraries are building these ongoing connections and how they have benefited from those relationships.... Read More »

novelist Libraries are Essential: Connecting to Youth in Your Community

Posted March 15, 2011

Tune in to the second Libraries are Essential webcast to get some great tips for using youth programs throughout the year to continually promote the essential value of the library.... Read More »