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Get a Group! An Interactive Discussion On How To Get A Grip While Moderating Book Groups & Programming with Books
|dc.description||Former URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59389|
|dc.description.abstract||Librarians are always looking for fresh new ways to draw people in and provide community spaces for people to share information, learn and grow. Book clubs are a common way to encourage reading, bring people into the library, advance literacy and increase circulation. We'll share tips from what we've learned along the way, and encourage others to attend and share what works for them. Traditional book group models will be discussed, as well as passive programming with books, and inter-generational programming ideas. Session outcomes include understanding different models of book clubs, and collecting tips on how to get started with a book group, promote it, and keep it running successfully.|
|dc.title||Get a Group! An Interactive Discussion On How To Get A Grip While Moderating Book Groups & Programming with Books|
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2018 HLA Conference|
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