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On-the-fly booklists October 4, 2007

Posted by sneaks in BCPL best practices, programming tie-ins.
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From the Arbutus monthly report:

Our Reiki program drew an enthusiastic audience. Many asked questions, some books on display were checked out and Julie Harrison printed out a list of all BCPL holdings on Reiki for the attendees.

Do you do this? Even if you don’t have time to put together a program-related display or pull a cart full of books, you can at least print up a “shopping list” for patrons to take home with them and bring back next time they’re in the library. If your printed list covers all of BCPL’s holdings on the topic (not just the material available at your branch), they might also use the list to place holds from home.

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