[Michlib-l] engaging nonusers with your library
Julie.Censke at monroe.lib.mi.us
Thu Mar 28 14:12:21 EDT 2019
Your email was a good reminder for me to post about library resources. It's always a good idea to remind our community about what services we provide.
Colon Township Library<https://www.facebook.com/ColonTownshipLibrary/posts/2285719191489066?notif_id=1553788995811015¬if_t=page_post_reaction>
(Psst) Hey, did you know that Colon Township Library offers most of the resources named in this article? • We offer "Yoga with Paula" on Tuesdays at 10 am. • E-books and audiobooks are...
Colon Township Library
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Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 1:06 PM
To: michlib-l at mcls.org
Subject: [Michlib-l] engaging nonusers with your library
I'm interested in hearing your stories about ways you've successfully engaged nonusers with your library. If you could share:
- who those nonusers are
- what you did or how you engaged them in a way that transformed them into users
- what you view as key to your success
Bonus points for stories about engaging families experiencing poverty, or who are part of an immigrant or refugee community.
Grand Rapids Public Library
Main Library | 111 Library St NE | 49503
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