Social Library

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This Social Library is a regular WebJunction feature surfacing some of the amazing work from the libraries that we follow on Facebook. It's a great virtual tour of how libraries are using social media to connect with their communities, promote services and programs, and engage with their patrons and fans. If you'd like to see your library featured in the Social Library series, please let us know via social@webjunction.org, or find us on Facebook.

The Social Library Series spreadsheet (xls) collects all volumes and can be sorted by state, library, and topic.

Facebook image courtesy of the Slover Library, Norfolk, Virgina

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Social Library, Volume 62

 News / Last Modified: 19 July 2016

This edition of the Social Library highlights the work of five libraries we follow on Facebook. From Library Olympics to financial services, through partnerships and effective outreach, these libraries are implementing strategies, both small and gran...

Social Library, Volume 63

 News / Last Modified: 19 July 2016

This edition of the Social Library features libraries who are partnering in various ways, to provide programs and incentives to patrons. We see many of the partnerships clearly represented in the Facebook posts, including a state-wide reading challen...

Social Library, Teen Edition

 News / Last Modified: 05 July 2016

In this edition of the Social Library, we wanted to highlight those libraries offering exceptional teen programming for their communities. With summer reading in full swing, libraries are busy promoting events relevant to all ages, but we've found a ...

Social Library, Volume 60

 News / Last Modified: 21 June 2016

With a fresh edition of the Social Library, we're pleased to share inspiration from libraries who are engaging with their communities via social media. Learn how Reading Buddies pairs teens with younger readers for year-round literacy enrichment, how...

Social Library, Volume 59

 News / Last Modified: 07 June 2016

This week's Social Library collects a number of excellent examples of libraries connecting with their communities through food, play, kindness and fundraising. From a BBC Tea Party to a Daddy Boot Camp, find inspiration that can help you think about ...