" Follow the blueprint in this book to launch a library DIY community history digitization program--one that provides the access and fosters engagement with patrons to sustain the program over time. Takes readers through establishing local history digitization projects at the community level from start to finish, providing guidance on how to set up, maintain, and sustain ongoing digitization projects. Describes how to train library users for digitization--instructions that are also applicable for including volunteers in digitization projects. Explains how creating a DIY history digitization project can provide a community benefit and serve as a form of outreach that also enriches a library's local history collection"
"This second edition explores the landscape of TAGs, covering funding, bylaws, program planning, and community involvement. Profiles of successful teen groups tell each group's story along with pertinent teen feedback. Sample forms, as well as evaluationadvice, can be borrowed or adapted"
"Gaming Programs for All Ages at the Library shows you how you can launch and support gaming programming in your library. Everything from acquisitions to budgeting to circulation is covered in this practical guide, as well as promotion, assessment, and experiential learning opportunities"