Inviting Engagement with Passive Programming

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Now that the euphoria of returning to in-person school and library service has worn off, are you having trouble rebuilding your program attendance? Do you find students and patrons more reluctant than ever to engage? We are living in a time of relearning, re-educating, and reassessing—it’s the perfect time to invite our users to express themselves within our space. 

Passive programming pundits and authors of The Passive Programming Playbook: 101 Ways to Get Library Customers Off the Sidelines Andria A. Amaral and Paula Willey are joined by school librarian Gabriella Pace to talk about passive programming that reaches out. They’ll discuss the specific challenges of service to young people and share their delightful solutions. Passive programming is an inclusive way to embrace every library user (even reluctant ones). Join us for your booster shot of inspiration!

Watch this webinar on-demand to learn how to:

  • Craft passive programs that work for multiple ages
  • Convert unused library space into a lively focal point of activity
  • Connect with community members who may feel overlooked
  • Use passive programming to create a “feedback machine” that can drive collection and programming decisions

Download the Webinar Handout

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