Social Library

Two Slover Library patrons

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 164

Publish Date: News / 28 October 2020

We're sharing more innovative programming ideas in this latest Social Library edition, from the robust offerings in a virtual Fandom Fest, to a fun Bingo card celebrating Family History Month, and from yoga in the grass, to community conversations in...

Social Library, Volume 163

Publish Date: News / 24 September 2020

Libraries continue to respond to the social distancing challenges created by COVID-19, and we're pleased to share these innovative approaches to programming and community engagement. From circulating pedal machines for exercise to virtual cooking com...

Social Library, Volume 162

Publish Date: News / 8 September 2020

There's no shortage of creative ideas to inspire your social media efforts during COVID-19 in this edition of the Social Library. These libraries have found ways to provide ongoing services, to stay connected with their communities, and to encourage ...

Social Library, Geauga County Public Library Edition

Publish Date: News / 25 August 2020

In this special edition of our Social Library series, we're highlighting one library, the Geauga County Public Library (GCPL) in Ohio. We were thrilled to hear from Patrick Culliton, Marketing and Communications Manager at GCPL, with this wonderful w...

Social Library, Volume 160

Publish Date: News / 6 August 2020

Up next in our Social Library series, we're featuring inspiration from libraries that are using social media to promote, educate and entertain. From Curbside Larry to a murder mystery, and from STEAM for kids to Trivia Tuesday, we're thrilled to be s...

Social Library, Volume 159

Publish Date: News / 14 July 2020

We continue our Social Library series, featuring the innovative ways libraries are adapting programming to virtual formats to engage with their communities through art, language practice, and pets, and highlighting the ways libraries invite creative ...

Social Library, Antiracism Edition

Publish Date: News / 2 July 2020

In this edition of our Social Library series, we’re highlighting ways libraries are demonstrating their commitment to antiracism, providing resources and programming for patrons of all ages. In addition to the examples below, be sure to explore the c...

Social Library, Volume 157

Publish Date: News / 9 June 2020

We continue our Social Library series, highlighting creative approaches from five libraries who are connecting on social media to inform, entertain, and educate their communities. From care packages to virtual book discussions, and from bathtub ducks...

Social Library, Cooking Edition

Publish Date: News / 19 May 2020

Each day we discover new ways libraries are expanding their online offerings in response to this challenging time. In this latest edition of our Social Library series, we're highlighting examples of online cooking classes! There are classes for kids,...

Social Library, Volume 155

Publish Date: News / 21 April 2020

As communities continue to stay "safe at home" during the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries are finding ways to creatively respond with online options. These five examples in our Social Library series, include two libraries that reached out to u...