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An Infopeople Webinar

December 3rd, 2015 12:00 PM
1:00 PM


Start Time: Pacific - 12 Noon, Mountain - 1 PM, Central - 2 PM, Eastern - 3 PM

Presenters: Kaite Stover

Are you always looking for ways to push good reading to patrons? Readers’ advisory is a growing field and technology and social media developments have spurred even more growth. Social media offers creative opportunities and unusual challenges regarding engagement with readers in a virtual world.

In this webinar you will learn how to use various popular social media platforms to promote books and reading. Kaite Stover will also help you understand the importance of having a Library Social Media Policy in place. Be prepared to participate and generate ideas for sharing books, reading programs, and social media promotions.

At the end of this one-hour webinar, participants will:

  • Understand the differences and challenges in using at least three social media platforms for Readers’ Advisory.
  • Understand the importance of a Social Media Policy for Libraries and have examples for creating one.
  • Understand how to use different social media platforms for different types of readers’ advisory.
  • Have short lists of ideas for promoting readers’ advisory via social media (includes participant brainstorming).

This webinar will be of interest to public library customer services and readers’ advisory staff; marketing, publicity or promotions staff.

Webinars are free of charge, you can pre-register by clicking on the Register Now button (at the top and bottom of this page). If registering with less than 30 MINUTES from the start of the webinar you can join directly from the thank you page by clicking the Join Now button. If you pre-registered you will receive an email with login link and a reminder email the day before the event.

Presentation Material

Speaker's slides
ppt [16.6mb]
pdf (Full slide) [37.3mb]
pdf (3 slides per page) [19.6mb]
Chat: pdf [61kb]

Keywords: Customer service, Marketing and publicity, Reader’s advisory, Social media