June 19, 2020
New reports are available in the Select Dashboard
Two new features are now available in the NoveList Select Analytics Dashboard: Aggregated reports for systems and consortia customers and a new chart visualizing reader views of NoveList Select back to January 2018. Dashboard users can use these new tools to understand reader engagement with NoveList Select’s catalog at the individual organization and system level.
June 4, 2020
Aggregated reports are coming to the Select Dashboard
With many library buildings across the country still closed to the public or in early stages of re-opening, online catalogs have continued to be open to digital browsing, and NoveList Select has continued to enrich readers’ engagement within it. During a time of social distancing, the NoveList Select Analytics Dashboard has been there to provide insights to help library staff remain connected to readers.
May 27, 2020
New genre in NoveList: Manga to anime!
Introducing our new genre to help anime and manga fans find their way to the latest chapter: “Manga to anime!”
May 21, 2020
Celebrity book clubs!
Got patrons asking for this month’s book in Reese Witherspoon’s book club? Say hello to the latest addition to media mentions — celebrity book clubs! Now you can search for and find the latest picks from some of the most prominent book clubs in American media. Whether you are looking for Oprah’s latest pick or trying to find out what author was chatting it up with Terry Gross last night, you can find both this information listed in NoveList and NoveList Plus. Want to know more? Keep reading.
May 19, 2020
Access PBS Books Author Videos through NoveList Plus
PBS Books is dedicated to connecting books with audiences by engaging them in unique experiences to spark their curiosity and encourage a life-long love of reading and learning. As part of their work, they have created more than 700 videos with authors at a variety of conferences and book events and you can now access them all through NoveList Plus!
April 3, 2020
Increase your circulation with data-driven collection promotion
Libraries often ask me which collection promotion strategies will be most appealing to their patrons and result in increased circulation. My answer is probably annoying, but true: it depends. What insights do they have into their patrons’ reading habits? What titles, authors, or series are they most interested in? What trends are they seeing in their data?