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View Resource Incorporating Creative Spaces on Any Budget

Library tech spaces aren't just about tech toys and 3D printers. And don't you need a huge budget or huge spaces in your library to incorporate these changes. Maker Spaces enable patrons to learn, experiment and create in their own way, using the methods that benefit them the most. They can start with simple, creative hands-on programs or may launch as a larger undertaking. Learn how your...
View Resource Library Metrics and Measurement: Counting What Counts & Making it Matter

In todayís world of thinly-stretched resources, changing trajectories, and tough choices for the future, libraries depend more and more on metrics for justifying expenses, gaining support, and demonstrating the value of their services. But are libraries equipped to dive into the world of statistical analysis and data-driven decision making? Are we prepared, as a profession, to ask the right...
View Resource From Testing to Deployment: Moving Technology from the 4th Floor to the 2nd Floor

New and emerging technologies, trends, and services should and can encompass several areas in your library. Hill transformed a 4th floor storage area into a vibrant beta space, while Hoenke transformed the youth services floor. This tag-team webinar will talk about the informal and formal processes and synergies between the two floors. They'll discuss high-tech: 3D printing and vinyl cutting...
View Resource Adults Just Wanna Have Fun: Re-Energizing Adult Programming

Many public libraries promote themselves as centers of lifelong learning, but fail to engage adults 20-55. Both notoriously underserved "emerging adults" in their 20s and 30s and middle-aged adults who find that there are more learning opportunities for their children than for themselves need creative, social hands-on programs to attract them back to the library. Learn how to remind your adult...
View Resource Tech Services for Target Audiences

How do libraries determine what part of their community to target for new services? And then how do you move them forward? Claire will highlight Darienís technology series with programs for preschoolers, elementary-aged children, tweens, and even an 8-week online course modeled on Helen Blowers 23 Things (called 21 Things for 21st Century Parents.) She explains the goals, best practices, and how...

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