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2018 READS Roundtables Programming Ideas to Implementation

2018 READS Roundtables

To register: $10 READS member/ $15 NHLA member/guest

Registration for each roundtable ends one week before the event date. If paying by check, make it payable to NHLA and send to Eileen Gilbert, Belmont Public Library (PO Box 308 Belmont 03220; van stop Belmont/Belmont Public. Please refer to the  NHLA Cancellation Policy.

April 4 Community-wide programs 
April 6 Crafty programs
April 12 Partnerships and Programming Resources
April 20 Technology programs

 

READS Fall Conference 2017

READS Fall Conference 2017

Tuesday October 10, 2017 9am-3:30pm
NH Audubon McLane Center 84 Silk Farm Road Concord NH

Day’s Schedule and Presenter Information (Word)
Day’s Schedule and Presenter Information (PDF)

PRESENTER NOTES AND SLIDES

Transforming Stacks for Better Book Discovery Amy Lapointe and Sarah Leonardi, Amherst Town Library
Presentation slides

Comics in the library  Robin Brenner, Brookline (MA) Public Library
Presentation slides
Core Titles

Marketing collections through social media

Lunch with a local author Virginia Macgregor
Presentation slides

De-Deweying:  How one library moved away from decimals to natural language and lived to tell the tale Natalie Ducharme, Laura Stevens, and Alison Baker, Kelley Library, Salem
Presentation slides
Examples

Four of our presenters are published authors!
Know their work beforehand.

Falling for Collections Author Reading List (Word)
Falling for Collections Author Reading List (PDF)

Local Author Collection Development Policy Samples (Word)
Local Author Collection Development Policy Samples (PDF)

2016 READS Annual Meeting Minutes
2017 Proposed Bylaw Changes

Save the Date READS Fall Conference

Falling for Collections

Tuesday October 10, 2017 9am-4pm
 NH Audubon McLane Center 84 Silk Farm Road Concord NH

On the agenda:

READS Award of Excellence
Creating Effective Displays
Alternatives to Dewey
Robin Brenner, librarian and founder of No Flying, No Tights
Local authors Virginia MacGregor and Jessie Crockett
Q+A about READS-to-go and Kitkeeper

Registration opens at the end of August.

READS Roundtables Spring 2017

Thank you to all who planned, contributed to, and attended the READS Roundtables this year! This year’s theme was “Programming around Books”. We talked all things book group, exchanged suggestions for community reads and outreach events, and compiled lists of things that really worked in our individual libraries.

Here are links to :

Save the date! The READS Fall Conference is October 10, 2017 at the McLane Center in Concord.