Idaho Library Snapshot Day is April 16, 2013

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Idaho Library Snapshot Day is April 16, 2013.
(Or a day during National Library Week, April 14-20, that works for your library)

Purpose:
Idaho Library Snapshot Day is designed to capture the impact that Idaho libraries have on their communities on a typical day. Snapshot Day is also a great time to collect library user comments and take photos for your website or other promotional materials.

How it works:
Idaho libraries--public,school, academic, and special--document their activities for one day and then enter the results on the online survey at www.surveymonkey.com/s/IdahoSnapshot. The information will be compiled on an online Results page on the Idaho Commission for Libraries website and the Idaho Library Association website.

  1. Let your staff know you are participating in Library Snapshot Day.
  2. Print the Printable Survey Form to collect statistics during your Library Snapshot Day.
  3. Participate on the date you’ve selected then submit your statistics on the online survey by Wednesday, April 24, 2013. (Submit photos to teresa.lipus@libraries.idaho.gov. Photo size should be about 1 MB to 10 MB. )
  4. Watch for a link (on LibIdaho) to the “Results” page after April 30.

More info:
Visit http://libraries.idaho.gov/IdahoSnapshot to learn more and download tools (sample photo release form, library
user comment form, etc.) to make your Library Snapshot Day a success.

Questions?
Please don’t hesitate to contact Teresa Lipus at teresa.lipus@libraries.idaho.gov or Sarah North at sarahnorth@cwidaho.cc.