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Discussion Washington State Snapshot April 12, 2011

by Craig Seasholes on Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 02:24 pm

Washington State libraries are joining together for a push on April 12, 2011. check our wiki at http://walibrarysnapshot2011.wikispaces.com/. It's time for us to put WA libraries on the map!

The organizing committee welcomes all suggestions and distilled wisdom from association leaders who have gone through the process. Thanks for paving the way.

Discussion Prezi Snapshot Day presentation

by Susan Mark WY on Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 05:18 pm

Don't know if anyone else has played with Prezi -- I'm still tweaking this (minor tweaks), but had a lot of fun pulling this presentation together for our Legislative Reception next week. We're going to run it on a smart board.


I made it so that others can download/steal shamelessly on this one.



Discussion Wyoming Snapshot Day map

by Susan Mark (non-member) on Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 03:52 pm

Had a great time making this map with Batchgeo -- we have the library data and links to slide shows for individual libraries integrated with locations. I'm still adding libraries and additional data, so we haven't done the whole big splash press-release stuff yet.



Library Snapshot Day

by Jaclyn Finneke (staff) on Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 01:27 pm

Discussion Library Snapshot Day: A Day in the Life of Your Library

by Donald Wood (staff) on Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 12:36 pm

Library Snapshot Day provides a way for libraries of all types across a state, region, system or community to show what happens in a single day in their libraries. How many books are checked out? How many people receive help finding a job? Doing their taxes? Doing their homework? This initiative provides an easy means to collect statistics, photos and stories that will enable library advocates to prove the value of their libraries to decision-makers and increase public awareness.

A place for discussion about Library Snapshot Day, including information sharing, tips, ideas and questions.

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