Libraries are an integral part of the community, a fact that can often be overlooked in today's world of home-based online research. Passive programs encourage patrons to lingeraeither in the library or on the library's websiteaand promote a connection to the library's collections, its services, and the community. Librarian's Guide to Passive Programming: Easy and Affordable Activities for All Ages presents plans for 32 passive programs designed to capture the attention of library patrons. Each chapterawhich contains programs grouped thematicallyadetails the steps necessary to reproduce the programs, and includes supporting handouts, activities, and photographs. This helpful guide also examines what passive programming is, why passive programming is relevant, and offers strategies across all aspects of its implementationafrom developing program ideas to evaluating program success.80s. Month. One of the most fun projects Ia#39;ve participated in with my coworkers was a month-long celebration of the 1980s ... One quiz covered 1980s politics and current events, while the other asked questions about period movies, music, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Librarian's Guide to Passive Programming: Easy and Affordable Activities for All Ages|
|Author||:||Emily T. Wichman|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2012-03-07|