Upcoming Webinars

When:
24 October 2017 - 11:00am
Duration:
90 minutes

Social media has the potential to increase community engagement with new and existing library patrons. Join us to learn how libraries can effectively use social media tools with limited staff and time, identify the appropriate social media platforms to market library services and events, and integrate best social media practices in your library's marketing plan. This event will help you build a foundation for your social media strategy and provide practical ideas and practices for immediate use in your library. Presented by: Jess Bacon, Executive Editor and Founder, The 5 Minute Librarian; and Amy Hitchner, Collaborative Programming Coordinator, Colorado State Library.

When:
30 November 2017 - 11:00am
Duration:
90 minutes

Don't know where to start when planning your social media metrics? Join us to learn the best methods to measure your library's social media outcomes. During this event, you will learn how to establish measurable goals, identify key performance indicators (KPIs), and understand how to evaluate your social media results. Presented by: Molly Bacon, Social Media Manager, TechSoup for Libraries; and Cherise Mead, Librarian III, Mesa Public Library (AZ).

When:
19 December 2017 - 11:00am
Duration:
90 minutes

Learn how to take the next steps toward amplifying your library’s social media program. During this third webinar in our social media series, we’ll discuss best practices in growing your library's social media program and managing user engagement. We’ll also cover tips on assessing your library’s audience based on their preferred platforms and converting your in-person library community into an online community.

Presented by: Lisa Bunker Social Media Librarian, Pima County Public Library (AZ); and Cesar Garza, Reference Librarian, Chair Social Media Team, Austin Public Library (TX).

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