Below are the headlines from the 02/28/2020 - 📢 Nic News Weekly:
The Door County Speaks Oral History Kit is an exciting tool for promoting oral history projects, building community memory, and fostering deeper collaborations between public libraries and community organizations.
Each kit contains a set of tools for planning and conducting a professional-quality oral history interview: a Zoom H2n audio recorder, studio monitor headphones, a tripod and other essential accessories, and a resource binder with instructions for every stage of the oral history process.
Kits will be available for checkout in 2020 at every Door County Library branch.
The Door County Library would like to thank NFLS for its support for this ongoing project, through its 2019 Library Improvement & Innovation Grant, which funds programs in the areas of workforce development, lifelong learning, and/or technology.
Check out what other NFLS libraries have purchased with their grants here.
Get more information about the kits below:
More historical content added to Archive of Wisconsin Newspapers
More than 100,000 pages of early newspapers from thirteen WI communities are now available.
Below are the headlines from the February 21, 2020 📢 Nic News Weekly:
Mark Ibach and Jamie Matczak, along with Kathy Dempsey, discuss how a library can create a marketing plan using "The Cycle of True Marketing." They introduce a template that will be finalized soon and available for use.
Below are the headlines from the February 14, 2020 📢 Nic News Weekly:
Infographics can explain complex ideas and convey a lot of information in a simple way that is accessible to many audiences. Libraries deal with a lot of data. Our products and services are sometimes difficult to break down into steps. A good infographic will take facts and figures, difficult instructions, or confusing concepts and present them in a way that everyone can understand.
Below are the headlines from the February 7, 2020 📢 Nic News Weekly:
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