Designing High-Participation Summer and Winter Reading Programs

Aggregating the results of over 2,000 summer reading programs, our data shows that seemingly small decisions can have a measurable impact. This webcast provides an overview of key insights and recommends some “best practices” that are enabling libraries to get the most out of their reading programs. View On Demand
Presented by: Zoobean & Library Journal Event Date & Time: Thursday, November 30th, 2017, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT Aggregating the results of over 2,000 summer reading programs, and looking deeper at the libraries which have run the highest participation summer programs, our data shows that seemingly small decisions can have a measurable impact. Registration, logging, incentives – all play a hand in readers' engagement and program success. This webcast provides an overview of key insights and recommends some “best practices” that are enabling top-performing libraries to get the most out of their reading programs.

Panelists

  • Rebekah Anderson - Digital Services Librarian, York County Libraries
  • Amanda Foulk - K-12 Specialist, Sacramento Public Library
  • Lindsey Hill - Educator-in Residence, Zoobean
  • Ashley Johnson - Program Coordinator, Wauconda Area Library
  • Josia Lamberto-Egan - Data Analyst, Zoobean

Moderator

  • Felix Lloyd - Co-Founder, Zoobean
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