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According to an April report from the Pew Research Center: “Most Americans believe libraries do a decent job of serving the education and learning needs of their communities and their own families.”
Library leaders and staff members like to know what their users think of them. Fortunately, as it turns out, most Americans think local libraries are doing a pretty good job, particularly when it comes to serving the educational needs of … Continue reading
So, your library has lots of great things, offers lots of great services, but nobody knows about them. The answer, my friends, is marketing.
Just ran across what sounds like an awesome opportunity to get some funding and assistance for doing some creative public programming in your community. The deadline is fast approaching, so if interested you need to act soon. Developed and funded … Continue reading
I know I’m getting old(ish)—so you don’t have to tell me. I do remember a time when there was no such thing as Black Friday. Well, I guess the stores were open, but they didn’t open at midnight on Thursday, … Continue reading
Here’s a great way to get your message about libraries in general, or your library in particular (using your library specifically is better, I think) out in a memorable way. Helped XXX children learn to read (number of children’s library … Continue reading
“If you build it, they will come.” Well, that’s what they said in the 1989 movie, Field of Dreams. But in libraries, just “building” your great library, collections, programs, and services isn’t enough. They won’t just come. “Libraries must reach … Continue reading
In libraries, it is important for us to communicate with, and listen to, the people who use our libraries every day. Of course it is. We send them newsletters, we tweet and Facebook with them, we give them bookmarks and … Continue reading