Isn’t it time you took a fresh look at library events and bookings? These days what library staff need to know about library technology can be daunting! The role and demands seems to change on a daily basis, particularly in how what we do has been impacted by the pandemic and the need for hygiene and contactless services.

Cultural programmes build awareness of the library and its value within the community, drawing increased attention to many important services the library provides. Programme audiences are likely to return to the library to use collections and access electronic resources. They are also likely to communicate the value of the library to others.

As library workers respond to emerging community needs and interests—and libraries as an institution are viewed in new ways—library leaders need data to further understand the nature and effect of changing practices for the library, the programme participants, and the community as a whole. They also need to ensure this vital work is visible and to share the changing image of libraries emerging from programming.

It is now especially important for library staff to be aware of the new technologies and knowledge that are now available. One big change is that the pandemic has shifted so much of what a library does for it’s community to events, programming and outreach. Its time to see a new, staff-efficient way to promote and manage your in-library and virtual events?

SOLUS has launched eb#1, an evolutionary events and bookings product with cutting-edge new features for marketing and outreach – and at a price point that provides great value for the library.

eb#1 was developed by a leading Australian public library over a 3-year period and we’re now bringing it to you! To gauge how leading edge this platform is, we’re allowing libraries to peruse training material in advance of purchase – rather than peruse some limited PDF flyer!

Pretty, powerful and a pleasure to use!

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