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Books and Bytes: On the Road with Library2Go!

Posted on: October 23rd, 2012 by rose

Books and Bytes: On the Road with Library2Go! with Christine Anderson and Bruce Greeley. The King County Library System, 2011 Library of the Year award winner, will discuss origins of centrally and locally operated Library2Go! outreach mobile services. The presentation focuses on why outreach has

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Social Media and Outreach: Share Resources, Highlight Services, and Build Support

Posted on: October 23rd, 2012 by rose

Social Media and Outreach: Share Resources, Highlight Services, and Build Support with John Amundsen. Social media presents outreach librarians with a great opportunity to communicate value at a minimum of cost and time. This session will demonstrate how services like Facebook, Twitter, and Delicious can

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Essential Ingredients for Total Wellness

Posted on: October 23rd, 2012 by rose

Essential Ingredients for Total Wellness with Jennifer Holloway. The essential ingredients for total wellness are simple and within our reach. How do you feel about lowering your risk for heart disease, cancer, and stroke? How do you feel about becoming physically stronger, making daily tasks

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Thinking Out-of-the-Box

Posted on: October 23rd, 2012 by rose

Thinking Out-of-the-Box with Don Thompson and Carolyn Cook. Have you ever thought, “Why can’t someone build…?” In this session we will provide thoughts/brain storming to begin the solution for one or two ‘what if’ questions suggested by workshop participants. So please bring your ideas/questions and

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Flaunt Yourselves: Using Outreach as Marketing

Posted on: October 23rd, 2012 by rose

Flaunt Yourselves: Using Outreach as Marketing with Chaundra Carroccio and Tameka Roby. In an age where libraries have experienced budget and staff cuts the East Baton Rouge Parish Library has seen a dramatic increase in patron awareness, community partnerships, and staff buy-in. Much like ours,

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