Virtual programming takes time to reach patrons, but can be well worth the effort. Are you looking for ways to engage patrons through virtual programming? Enjoy this webinar with over 30 ideas of popular events that can transfer to online programs. Learn tips on finding engaging speakers and what types of programs may work for different age groups in this one hour, energized presentation with librarian Amy Alessio.
- Learn what types of programs may transfer well.
- Understand that different formats and events from what worked in the past for your library may be needed now.
- Put together programs without lots of extra stress and work on already overloaded busy library staff schedules.
- Discover fun events that may transfer well to adults and also to teens or families.
About the Presenter:
Amy Alessio is an award-winning librarian with a black belt in karate. Her latest reference book is the co-authored of 50+ Programs for Adults, Teens and Tweens (American Library Association, 2019). Her fiction includes the Amazon bestselling Alana O’Neill mysteries with vintage recipes. She is an adjunct faculty for Dominican University and she is a romance reviewer for Booklist. She shares her 2000+ cookbook collection and love of vintage food trends with audiences around the country.
Live captioning will be provided by Rev.com. This webinar will be recorded and a recording will be shared with all registrants afterward.