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Expanding Public Libraries’ Marketing Reach to Adults Without Children

I was recently contacted by Tatiana Weinstein, Assistant Director/Director of Adult Services in the Lisle, IL Library District, about a feature article she published in August on Public Libraries Online. She speaks to her colleagues on an excellent topic: the need to widen libraries’ marketing reach to adults without children. With her permission, I have cross […] The post Expanding Public Libraries’ Marketing Reach to Adults Without Children appeared first on Laura Carroll.
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