A helpful guide to managing subscriptions. Templates for emails to send out to vendors, editable checklist that you can use to make sure you've done everything for each subscription, connecting databases to Destiny Follett advice and more. This is helpful for first time subscriptions to maintaining subscriptions year to year.
Check out the follow up questions and answers from my presentation at the online free 8th annual conference put on by The Library Journal's The Digital Shift. Links to find the archive of all presentations from this event. Enjoy :) I had a great time presenting and especially getting ideas from others.
Join my free upcoming webinar, Enhance Your Library: Save Time & Build a Smarter Collection. Learn about:
Purposeful discussions with teachers and students
Facilitating “subject chats”
Engaging DP, MYP, and PYP coordinators
Building relationships with new and existing staff
Making informed content purchases, especially for Extended Essay (EE), Theory of Knowledge (TOK), and Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS)
Writing for local publications is a fun way to promote your library to the community.
I wrote a book review about Life on Mars by Jennifer Brown for local magazine, Urban Family and was surprised at how many emails and positive comments I received afterwards. It's something fun, easy and free that anyone can do!
Looking to plan a guest speaker but not sure how to?
Or are you just looking for a few ideas to make planning, networking and the whole process smoother?
I recently did a presentation at the School Librarian Connection with Stojana Popovska on this topic, so I'd like to share my experiences with planning Guest Authors as well as share the presentation itself.
It's important to teach students research skills, but it can be a lot of fun too.
See what skills we taught our students during this year's book week.