Creative Ideas for Promoting Reader Services | NoveList. We collect great ideas for promoting readers services in libraries. Here are just a few of our favorites! Have one to add? Feel free to send it along. Give each staff member their own stock of small cards to hand out to patrons when they're doing in-person RA. Have one side of the card blank for writing down the call numbers of books, and on the other side have the card filled out with the librarian's name, branch, and maybe even their photo.
This article explains ideas for making books part of every program you do. Start a series of Staff Picks posts on your blog; it helps readers connect with your staff! Partner with book clubs in your community by offering to host "Booked for Dessert" nights in your library. Want to submit other ideas for consideration? NoveList Search Strategies | NoveList. Use our search strategy handouts to tackle challenging reader questions and library scenarios. In each Search Strategy we present a common scenario that you face as a librarian, reader, or parent, and offer several ways to use NoveList to find the books you need.
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