E-readers: From Policy Implementation to Marketing and Evaluation (Amigos)

Scheduled Offerings

There are currently no classes scheduled for this course.

Course Overview

This highly interactive course introduces you to concepts and tools necessary in implementing and delivering e-reader services to library users. You will learn about creating policies; marketing your service in traditional and new social media platforms; and put in place an assessment program that measures both the successes and shortfalls of your program. The course is also designed to provide you with opportunities to interact with and learn from colleagues from a variety of libraries.

Learning Objectives - Write policies concerning e-readers/e-content - Outline an implementation plan for usage of e-readers in libraries - Create marketing plan for e-reader service/program in your library - Discuss assessment planning for e-reader services


Any staff in libraries responsible for implementing or supporting e-reader services. It is designed for individual participation; each individual must register.

Homework Expectations and Completion Requirements

This is a highly interactive course and participants will be required to complete homework assignments.

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Course Provider


Course Length

4.0 Hours

Course Format

Live Online



Subject Area

Digital Collection Management


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