Webinar presented on 2015-08-04.
Library Thing As a Visual Guide to Your Collection
For many students, the first thing they notice about a book is its cover. Realistically, we can’t display all of our books in this manner. Using “Library Thing,” we can create a virtual display of all of our book covers. By the end of the webinar you will be able to create a cover view of your collection, which can be displayed on your school library website.
Todd Duncan, Youth Services Supervisor
Free Resources To Make You A Marketing Genius
Join Deborah B. Ford for a fast-paced look at the mostly free resources that she creates for marketing and see how you can use them to promote your library. From curating with tools like LiveBinders and Symbaloo, to using Pinterest and other social media, you can easily reach your community beyond the bricks and mortar.
Deb Ford, Directory of Outreach
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State University with a Masters in Library and Information Science. He has worked for Amazon.com as a Kindle Specialist, Ohio Business College as a librarian and research instructor, and is currently the Youth Services Supervisor at South Charleston Public Library in South Charleston, WV.
Deborah B. Ford, JLG’s Director of Library Outreach, is an award-winning library media specialist and international speaker with almost thirty years of experience as a classroom teacher and librarian in K–12 schools. She is the former District Resource Librarian for San Diego Unified School District, which serves over 180 schools. Traveling across North America, she does workshops, library coaching, and professional development for school and public libraries. She writes a weekly column for School Library Journal in Extra Helping, JLG’s Booktalks to Go. She also maintains an award-winning coordinating online resource at LiveBinders.com.
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