- Congrats to Kathy Pletcher - WLA Trustee of the Year!
- Collaborative Summer Library Program: Website Cleanup
- September Webinars at SCLS
- Tips for Library Newsletters
Below are the headlines from the latest 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
Below are the headlines from the 08/30/2019 - 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
The Wisconsin Valley Library Service, Northern Waters Library Service and Southwest Wisconsin Library System are proud to present a webinar series this October called “Marketing the Value of Your Library.”
Webinars will be presented at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1; Tuesday, Oct. 15 and Tuesday, Oct. 29. This series is geared toward public libraries of all sizes, with presentations by some of the top library marketers in the country. These three webinars are related and sequentially will build on one another.
Register today for one, two, or all three webinars. Each webinar is worth 1 contact hour toward public library certification.
STAR Library Network (STAR Net), in partnership with the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), are working together to share science and technology related activities and resources to libraries across the nation as part of CSLP's 2019 summer learning program called "The Universe of Stories."
Each Summer Reading Champion recorded a short HD video introducing themselves and what they do and how public libraries have inspired them.
Check out these great videos at
Below are the headlines from the 07/05/2019 - 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
Below are the headlines for the 06/28/2019 - 📣 Nic News Weekly newsletter.
Facebook has announced the addition of 22 new digital marketing training courses as part of its free Facebook Blueprint education platform. The new Blueprint courses will be available at facebook.com/blueprint at the end of the month.
One module that is particularly valuable for libraries is Get Started with Events, which shows you how to use Facebook to create, share, and promote events. Even the experienced Facebook user is likely to pick up some great tips to make their next library event or program really stand out!
Looking for more tips on effectively marketing your library? Be sure to check out the Marketing category on the right for handy tips and tricks you can use on the library's social media page, website and more!
NFLS member libraries are also encouraged to reach out to the NFLS marketing contact for additional assistance, training, or answers to questions regarding library marketing and communication needs.
Facebook is removing a number of Page info fields on August 1, with prompts urging Page admins to integrate those fields into other sections:
Not sure which fields you need to move or lose? Here's an easy way to find out: