December 16, 2017

Article: “Meeting Patrons Where They Are: Experimenting With Shelf Arrangement, Community Service Points, and Non-traditional Collections”

The following full text article appears in the latest issue of OLA Quarterly published by the Oregon Library Association.

Title

Meeting Patrons Where They Are: Experimenting With Shelf Arrangement, Community Service Points, and Non-Traditional Collections

Authors

Karen Muller
Hillsboro Public Library

Erin Sharwell
Hillsboro Public Library

Stephanie Chase
Hillsboro Public Library

Source

OLA Quarterly
Vol. 21 No. 2 (2015)

From the Article:

In recent months, Hillsboro Public Library has been reevaluating many of our services to patrons, looking for ways to better connect with readers in the library and throughout the community. This article talks about some of the ideas we have implemented as we move toward more non-traditional services and create more opportunities to take our services outside of our buildings.

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See Also: Hillbsoro Library Web Page

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