As a $19 million renovation and expansion project begins, my library – Lawrence Public Library – is in the process of moving into temporary headquarters. We are closed for two weeks while we move our collections and offices into – wait for it – a building that last housed a Borders bookstore!
This is not only a huge logistical undertaking, but it has been a major communications initiative as well. We have successfully used traditional tools – flyers, signs, e-blasts, press releases, etc. – to keep our community informed about the move. However, we have turned to new media methods to keep our community engaged and excited about what’s happening at their library. Continue reading “Social Media on the Move – Part 1”