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Description: Here is a handbook for planning and delivering innovative library services to one of today's fastest growing demographic groups: older adults. Chapters cover collection development (including large print materials, audio books, program kits, and assistive technologies), programming ideas (discussion groups, coffee clubs, cooking, intergenerational, travel and historical games), partnerships with other agencies, and outreach and homebound services.

Description: Here is a handbook for planning and delivering innovative library services to one of today's fastest growing demographic groups: older adults. Chapters cover collection development (including large print materials, audio books, program kits, and assistive technologies), programming ideas (discussion groups, coffee clubs, cooking, intergenerational, travel and historical games), partnerships with other agencies, and outreach and homebound services.

Teen Craft Projects 2

The Hipster Librarian's Guide to Teen Craft Projects 2 - Books / Professional Development - Books for Public Librarians - New Products - Products for Young Adults - ALA Store

Host a Book Swap (I think this would be fun with adults, too)

Host a Book Swap

Host a book swap at school. Create and adhere a Key Club info sticker inside the inside cover of each book. Invite everyone who participates to your next meeting.

Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users: Essays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access by Ellen Greenblatt (2010)

Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users: Essays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access by Ellen Greenblatt

Reasons I don't miss working in public libraries LOL

Another pinner wrote: Professional Librarian Book Collection. Hemingway just rolled over. Maybe not this specific one, but library-themed book covers.

Pinner says: Our library does blind date with a book every February ... but I love how Maplewood has added the feature of "rate your date" and a raffle. Pinning so we remember to do this next year.

From Maplewood Library - Blind date with a book for the month of February. You can rate your date by filling out a slip to be entered into a drawing. Would love to do this at our library.

Love the Valentines for books idea :) Other good passive programs in this post too

Passive Programs and Other Experiential Library Doings

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