Adult Programs in the Library

Adult Programs in the Library

Book - 2013
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These days, many libraries are serving more patrons through their websites than they are through the doors of their physical buildings. Lear shows how to get patrons engaged with the programming that we can offer; the importance of attracting niche audiences; and how to use the technology necessary to plan, promote, produce, and evaluate your programs.
Publisher: Chicago : ALA Editions, 2013.
Edition: 2nd edition.
ISBN: 9780838911402
0838911404
Characteristics: xviii, 262 pages :,illustrations ;,28 cm

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Cdnbookworm May 12, 2014

This is the second edition that I read, and I liked the process and planning parts of the book, findings several elements quite useful. The program planning timeline checklist was good, as was the advice to tie the programming to the library's strategic plan, something I am trying to formalize. The chapter on formats helped to show the different options available and how they are best used.
The chapter on Technology gave some links to good examples of libraries using technology and showed different ideas for expanding the audience for programs through recording, remote technology tools like Skype, and online discussions.
I also found the different examples of programs delivered by other libraries, their promotional materials and planning notes very interesting.

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