Crash Course in Library Services to Seniors provides a refreshingly positive approach to working with older adultsaone that focuses on the positive effects of aging on patrons, and the many opportunities that libraries can create for themselves by offering top-notch services delivered with a concierge mindset. The book offers page after page of great programming ideas specifically for reaching out to Baby Boomers and older customersaa population that is predicted to double over the next 20 years. Organized in only six chapters, this easy-to-read book provides practical suggestions for making any library a welcoming place for older adults, covering topics such as assessment, planning, programming, services, marketing, and evaluation. This title will be invaluable to public librarians interested in expanding and improving their current programming for older adults within their community, and for those looking to create entirely new programming for seniors.A variety of ereaders should be obtained for the program, such as: Kindle by Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/kindle Nook by Barnes aamp; Noble: http://www. barnesandnoble.com/nook/index.asp Sony Reader: http://bit.ly/jviSDs Samsung ... free books with expired copyrights for download to PC or ereaders; also features audiobooks): http://www.gutenberg.org, http://www.gutenberg.org/ browse/categories/1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Crash Course in Library Services for Seniors|
|Author||:||Ann Roberts, Stephanie G. Bauman|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2012-05-31|