Webinar: Putting More Music in Our Libraries (Music and Teen Programming)

For some time now I have been putting together a variety of webinars for Florida Library Webinars (with Novare Library Services). So when they asked me months ago about some potential topics for this year, one of the items I wanted to explore was putting more music in my library programming. I must give a [...]
For some time now I have been putting together a variety of webinars for Florida Library Webinars (with Novare Library Services). So when they asked me months ago about some potential topics for this year, one of the items I wanted to explore was putting more music in my library programming. I must give a shout out to author Mary Amato who answered some questions and shared her own favorite ideas for putting more music in libraries.

   Music in Our Libraries

https://www.scribd.com/embeds/244749503/content?start_page=1&view_mode=scroll&show_recommendations=true

Also check out this cool idea that The Library as Incubator Project shared via Twitter yesterday:

Want to collect #localmusic @ your #library? STEAL THIS IDEA http://t.co/Jom08BwIhN Collection policies, licenses & code from @YaharaMusic!
— Library as Incubator (@IArtLibraries) October 28, 2014

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