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Friday, May 20 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Passive Programming After a Pandemic: Patron-driven programming that meets at the point of need

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Daily we see patrons from all walks of life enter our libraries. What about those who don’t come into our buildings? This session will share & discuss how we can more fully engage patrons and meet them at their point of need, programming that allows patrons to choose their level of engagement & participation. It may be a “Take and Make” project, literature-based tournament brackets (voting online or in person), or selecting an activity of interest on the library’s website that can be done at any time from anywhere. We will be discussing programming for all ages.

Learning objectives:
Share passive programming ideas that allow the patrons to determine their level of involvement, in person and at home, for children, teens, and adults.
How to evaluate available resources and identify patron needs for passive programming.
Programming with limited time and resources.


Kimberly Budd

Davis County Library

Carolyn Myers

Davis County Library

Friday May 20, 2022 3:00pm - 3:50pm MDT
Twilight 3 & 4