Tag Archives: Promotion
It’s official: our Round Four folks are live! Welcome to: Arvin A Brown Library Baxter Memorial Library Bennington Free Library Groton Free Public Library Highgate Public Library Lawrence Memorial Library Lincoln Library Royalton Memorial Library S. Burlington Community Library Weathersfield … Continue reading
Are you a Recorded Books project participant? Be sure to bookmark this post to access the Box.net widget with logos, MARC records, and more. And don’t forget to note below which training you will attend!
Apologies to everyone looking for the article in the Box widget… I had forgotten to rename it. You’ll find the basic article there now, under “Feb 2009 article.doc.” Let me know if you have trouble accessing it!
In order to celebrate reaching 10,000 checkouts, our mp3 files, iPod and Mac compatibility, and the addition of new libraries in Round Three, the GMLC Board would like to ask that all of our member libraries participate in a little … Continue reading
I bet we’re going to find our winner out today: as of this morning, we are at 9,927 checkouts. Which library will be the one with the 10,000th? Don’t forget that next week, we have trainings scheduled for: Digital Library … Continue reading
Keep those checkouts coming: as of this moment, we’re up to 9,852. Thanks to Sue MacMartin at the Brown Public Library, we’ve added a new handout to our Box Widget of promotional materials: Finally, please be sure you have returned … Continue reading
Don’t forget — there’s lots of promotional materials available for Listen Up! Vermont. You can even order custom materials directly from OverDrive (let me know at schase[at]stowelibrary.org if you need contact information). For example, they’ve made us a nice custom … Continue reading
Sue Webster from the Georgia Public Library posted a great question on the public library listserv about helping justify buying in to the Listen Up! project, and asking for patron reactions. I’ll post them as I see them — those … Continue reading
I am continuing to sit in on the Open Training Month sessions offered by OverDrive this month. This morning, I am sitting in on a training called “Collection Checklist: 10 steps to a successful download collection.” While it certainly was … Continue reading