I presented with Scott Rader from Hays Public Library at the Kansas Library Association this week. Our program was Readers’ Advisory with Style. We shared ways that we promote books in our libraries through passive RA materials like displays or graphics and through social media. Scott also discussed fanmixes for YA novels. Then we talked about some of our favorite under the radar or debut author releases from 2013-2014.
The PowerPoint from our session is below. You can also view it (with some notes) in GoogleDocs. The handout with the list of titles we discussed (and some we didn’t but wanted to include) can also be found in GoogleDocs.
Much of the information on how I create graphics and the tools available can be found in this post and many graphics I make for the library can be found here.
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Reblogged this on Scott Rader Library Dictator and commented:
I should have posted this much earlier. I presented at the Kansas Library Association conference with the AMAZING Molly Wetta over at Wrapped Up in Books. She was on top of things, so I will just reblog her post.
This is a really great post, Molly! I love flow charts. They’re really helpful in deciding what book to read next.