Originally aired live: Feb 24, 2022
Remaining Relevant in the New Normal: Bringing the Community Back to your Library
A library couch conversation that explores the interplay between creating safe library environment, learning space co-design and integration of technology – designed to engage patrons, promote accessibility and increase circulation while embracing the new normal.
Yarra Plenty Regional Library
Community Engagement and Partnerships
As libraries begin to reopen and users are quickly adapting to virtual living and working environments, we all know that patrons are still craving human connections and familiar in person experiences. Libraries must appeal to users with services that are seamless physical and digital.
Bibliotheca and Raeco look forward to partnering with and helping libraries turn this disruption into an opportunity to reimagine the future use of their libraries.
During the session the following was discussed:
- Adapting libraries for the future
- Maximising your return of investment in both physical and digital products
- Creating safe spaces
- Retain customers who started using digital collections during COVID-19
- Discover how to promote and increase the use of your biggest asset
- The Library Collection
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