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Is Your Library’s Website and Social Media Living Its Best Life? Upcoming TSLAC webinars help you decide!

2018 October 25
by Cindy Fisher

We’re declaring November library website and social media month! Library website and marketing expert, Laura Solomon, will present three webinars for TSLAC. The first two will focus on improving your library’s virtual branch – your library website! She’ll bust common myths and misconceptions about your library’s online presence and explain how you can take small steps to improve your users’ experience when they search for information on your website. Then, in her third webinar, she’ll cover strategies for social media engagement for libraries of all sizes, with a special focus on libraries who lack dedicated communications staff.

To accompany each webinar, we’re also trying something new! On the day immediately after the first and third webinars, TSLAC Technology Consultants Henry Stokes and Cindy Fisher will host optional follow-up discussions  with Texas library staff interested in connecting with other libraries on the topics covered in the previous day’s webinar. Bring your issues, ideas, and dreams to share with your peers and we’ll have a round-robin discussion.

Webinar: Is Your Library’s Website Living It’s Best Life?
Tuesday, November 6th, from 2-3:30pm
Follow-up discussion: Wednesday, November 7th, from 10-11 am

Webinar: Work With What You Got: Practical Tips for Redesigning Your Library Website
Tuesday, November 20, from 2-3pm
No follow-up discussion due to Thanksgiving Holiday

Webinar: It’s Not Just About the Likes – Getting Strategic with your Library’s Social Media
Tuesday, November 27, from 2-3pm
Follow-up discussion: Wednesday, November 28th, from 2-3pm

More information about the follow-up discussion during the live sessions with Laura. Questions or comments? Email Cindy at or Henry

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