These libraries are connecting with their communities virtually.
- Anderson County Library — "Authors that socially distanced before it was cool" on Twitter
- Surrey Libraries — LGBTQ2+ newsletter issue on eBooks and eAudiobooks that can be downloaded from home
LibraryAware customers do amazing things and send some great emails about it.
- County of Lennox & Addington Libraries — What's On
- Indian Prairie Public Library — #LibSocial: For 20-30 Somethings
- Durham County Library — Graphic Novels (Winner of the PR Xchange Award 2017)
- Washington County Cooperative Library Service — Library Snapshots
- Contra Costa County Library — News and Events
- Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Public Library — Books in the National Media
- Lake County Public Library — Library Insider
- Lake County Public Library — Flick Picks!
- Shreve Memorial Library — The Shreve Read Online
- Barrington Area Library — What's New at the Library
- Indian Prairie Public Library — DVD Preview
- Dayton Metro Library — Career Resources
- Dallas Public Library — YBR: Young Black Reader's Newsletter
- Pikes Peak Library District — Homeschool Events Newsletter
- San Francisco Public Library — Book Arts & Special Collections from San Francisco History Center
- Suffolk Cooperative Library System — Professional Development Newsletter
- Surrey Libraries — Canadian Nonfiction
- Surrey Libraries — Manga, Graphic Novels & Anime
- San Francisco Public Library — Systemwide monthly email
- Washington County Cooperative Library Services — WCCLS Reads
- Mansfield Public Library — Monthly email
- New Bedford Public Libraries — Systemwide monthly email
We provide a standard header for NextReads newsletters, but these libraries have gone a step further and created custom headers.
- Fort Vancouver Regional Library — see these example issues: Armchair Travel | Biography and Memoir | Historical Fiction | Popular Culture or the whole list
- Waimakariri Libraries
- Washington Centerville Public Library
- Fort Worth Library System
- Las Vegas-Clark County Library District — see these example issues: Armchair Travel | Romance | Teen Scene
These libraries do form-based readers' advisory, and they use LibraryAware to email personalized reading recommendations to their patrons.
Sometimes called image carousels, these widgets can go just about anywhere on your library website. In LibraryAware you can use them to promote library programs, events, or e-resources.
Whatever you call them, these scrollable book widgets are created as newsletter widgets in LibraryAware and embedded on the library website.
- Bloomington Public Library
- Chester County Library System
- Amityville Public Library
- Harford County Public Library
These libraries used LibraryAware to create their widget, then did extra design work when they added it to their site.
Promoting your programs is easy with all of the templates available in LibraryAware - just plug in the event info and go!
- San Mateo County Libraries — Comics Workshop flyer and Gardening Workshop flyer (Winner of the John Cotton Dana Award 2017)
- Acushnet Public Library — Summer Reading event flyer
- Dallas Public Library — GED Class flyer and Business English Classes flyer
- San Francisco Public Library — Create Your Own Mini-Herb Garden event flyer
- Hazel Green Public Library — Star Party event flyer
- Victoria Public Library — October event calendar flyer
LibraryAware materials look great on Twitter.
- Alvin Library — Little Yogis
- Okotoks Library — Alberta Culture Days
- Carnegie Public Library — Code Club
- Hoover Public Library — Now that Kids are Back at School Reading List
- East Greenbush Library — Bleak and Brooding Read-alikes
Use them to get engagement on Facebook, too.
- Chatham-Kent Public Library — NextReads promotion
- Post Falls Library — Hip Hop Dance Class
- East Greenbush Community Library — Read-alikes for Cat Person
- Iredell County Public Library — NoveList promotion
- Chatham-Kent Public Library — New Book Scanner
- Great Bend Public Library — Teen Writing Group
- Cobourg Public Library — New Adult Fiction (also check out their Dystopian fiction read-alike post)
- North Shore Public Library — #BookHumor meme
- San Francisco Public Library, Marina Branch -— Bubbleology event