MAR 13

Worth a Thousand Words: Library Snapshot Day

A webinar exploring ways to use Library Snapshot Day to grow an image collection that can be used to build community awareness and to demonstrate the impact and reach of your library's services.

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By capturing photos of all that happens in a single day at your library, you can tell a powerful story about the importance of your library to the community. Libraries of all types and sizes have used Library Snapshot Day build community awareness and to demonstrate the impact and reach of library services. Panelists from Ohio Snapshot Day will share their templates and tips for successful planning and implementation, and will explore other ways images can be used to tell your library’s story. Learn how you can take a vivid snapshot of your library, whether it’s on your own, with others in your state or region, or in conjunction with National Library Week in April.

Presented by: Marsha McDevitt-Stredney, Marketing & Communications Director, State Library of Ohio; Jenaye Antonuccio, Communications Coordinator, Athens County Public Libraries; and Marci Merola, Director, ALA Office for Library Advocacy

Start time: 2:00 Eastern / 11:00 Pacific

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13 March 2013


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]



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