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Adult programs in the library

Author: Brett W Lear
Publisher: Chicago : ALA Editions, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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These days, many libraries are serving more patrons through their websites than they are through the doors of their physical buildings. Lear shows how to get patrons engaged with the programming that we can offer; the importance of attracting niche audiences; and how to use the technology necessary to plan, promote, produce, and evaluate your programs.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brett W Lear
ISBN: 9780838911402 0838911404
OCLC Number: 781498499
Description: xviii, 262 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Part I: Building a framework for success. Tying programming to your library's mission --
Developing guidelines and procedures --
Administrative necessities --
Getting to know your community --
Getting funded --
Selecting a topic --
Your target audience --
Identifying the right performer --
Choosing the best format --
Programming and technology --
Generating publicity --
Producing the program --
Evaluating the program --
Looking toward the future of adult programming --
Part II: A collection of five-star programs. Resource directory.
Responsibility: Brett W. Lear.

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These days, many libraries are serving more patrons through their websites than they are through the doors of their physical buildings. Lear shows how to get patrons engaged with the programming that we can offer; the importance of attracting niche audiences; and how to use the technology necessary to plan, promote, produce, and evaluate your programs.

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