The fourth in a series which collates and shares the content of workshops given during the recent Libraries Deliver: Ambition sector forums. This one covers advocacy, publicity and communications assets.
Julia originally trained as a librarian, spent 10 years working in Government libraries then moved into the digital world, building websites and intranets, and exploring how social media could support government communications.
She wrote the digital strategy for the Department for International Development and has now moved to the Taskforce to lead on communications.
Post written following the Libraries Taskforce meeting which was hosted by Public Health England and had a focus on the outcome: how libraries help people lead happier and healthier lives
Projects from Hampshire and Norfolk which illustrate how libraries play an invaluable role in community members’ lives
Part 2 of the report on Fun Palaces activities in libraries 2016
First instalment in the 2 part report on what libraries did during Fun Palaces weekend
Guest post from Islington Libraries about their work this year to celebrate Banned Books Week
Short case study, typical of many digital programmes in libraries, but this time involving volunteers from the public sector.
Plans for this years festival are gathering pace.
Based on a recent report ReCom provided to Solihull libraries
The campaign that has captured imaginations in Islington