Training For Users
Create Event Flyers
For new LibraryAware customers this training provides the basics to using LibraryAware templates. In this session you will learn how to use the 3 layer flyer templates, edit content, swap images and create great looking event flyers.
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Create Amazing Emails
E-blasts and e-newsletters are a great way to reach your patrons. But what makes not just a good e-mail, but an AMAZING e-mail? We have a lot to share so we broke it into two sessions. In Part One, you’ll learn the elements of an effective email design, email strategies to engage your readers, and examples of how other libraries are using LibraryAware emails to reach customers. Then in Part Two, we’ll take you into LibraryAware to show you step-by-step how to create your own amazing e-mails.
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See how easy it is to get started with bookmarks. Session Includes: how to add content and images to bookmarks, changing colors and fonts, and how to pull in book lists from NextReads newsletters.
Book Flyer Basics
Got books? We thought so. Learn how to turn your reading recommendations into enticing promotions that will grab readers. We’ll cover book display signage, reading maps, end cap signage, and “like, try, whys.”
Targets new LibraryAware Administrators. Session includes: branding, roles, subscribers, e-resources, social media, overview of NextReads.
An introduction to NextReads newsletters. You will learn how to edit, customize, and promote your newsletters. Includes tips on how to use NextReads content in promotions and in newsletter widgets.
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Newsletter Builder **for Corporate Customers**
For our corporate customers to learn how to use the Newsletter Builder, an e-newsletter that works seamlessly with EBSCO databases. This session demonstrates how to pull content from EBSCO databases, customize content, highlight library resources and establish distribution lists. To arrange for a one-on-one training session please email email@example.com.
Using Social Media in LibraryAware
For customers interested in using social media options in LibraryAware. Session includes: facebook, twitter, Pinterest, widgets, and emails for promotions.
This regular session highlights a different topic each week. Come get inspired!
Training on Special Topics
LibraryAware: Social Media Strategies to Promote Your Events and Collections
LibraryAware's Product Manager Nancy Dowd shows you how to use LibraryAware to unleash the power of social media to promote your events and collections.
Making $ense: Financial Storytime for Preschoolers
Storytime is the perfect avenue to introduce financial basics in a fun, exciting and relatable way. Christy Fisher, Youth Services Librarian for Wake County Public Libraries, presents about her experience with the PNC Grow Up Great Grant, and walks you through the basics of planning a successful financial storytime. We also show you the new ready-to-go LibraryAware templates we’re working on that will make it super easy for you to promote your new financial storytime program.
Using LibraryAware to Promote Your Cooking Programs and Collections
LibraryAware’s Product Manager Nancy Dowd and Designer Kathleen Moore show how you can use LibraryAware to promote your cooking programs and collections to users and non-users. We've created some amazing ready-to-go templates for in-house, social media and web marketing strategies.
Create Summer Reading Promotions with LibraryAware
Whether you are using materials from the Collaborative Summer Library Program or starting from scratch, LibraryAware can save you time and help you get great results for your summer reading promotions.
How to Create Extraordinary Email Headers and Footers in LibraryAware
Get a custom look in your headers and footers.
Note: This session mentions three examples that you can download: example 1 | example 2 | example 3
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