Alice Sneary: June 2010 Archives
You may have already seen a few new posters or bookmarks at your library. Simple and color-saturated, if you're really dedicated you can download a desktop background and show your library support all on your own!
If you live in town and want to do some "guerilla marketing" on behalf of your library, you can print off the posters or ads, for example, and hang them in bus shelter stops, at coffee shops and other community gathering places. It's all free, fun and brings a breath of fresh air to promoting WorldCat in person.
Remind your favorite Dad and high school and college graduates that WorldCat lists are a great way to remember what you've already read, keep track of what you want to read next, or even hint at what you'd like to receive as a gift! Plus, looking at lists is a great way to identify new possibilities for worthy materials. A few cool lists we've noticed recently:
• Memoirs by lisaoberg (selection of memoirs to complement Dreams of My Father by Barack Obama)
• Dorm Days: Boarding School and College Life by nashvillepubliclibrary
• Reading List 01 - High School by minglam
• College teaching by larson78207