This is the graphic I put together for the Spooky Fun with Math and Science Workshop I’ll be conducting on Monday. This particular graphic took 10 minutes to create using Microsoft PPT.
Next month Idaho will celebrate Family Read Week (November 16th–22nd). This year’s theme is Building a Community of Readers. Given the theme, I am planning a “Build it at the Library and Read” program featuring guest celebrity, Bob the Builder. Bob the Builder will read stories, and meet and greet children and their families. This…
Another graphic I put together to market the monthly children’s program using Microsoft PPT. This time simple graphic took 5 minutes to create.
Here’s a photo of the Halloween themed library book display I put together for this month using Microsoft PPT and colored construction paper.
Just a quick and simple Microsoft PPT graphic I put together to market the monthly children’s program for September.
It took about 20 minutes to create this graphic for the bi-annual Friends of the Library Booksale using Microsoft Power Point
Again, another graphic I created for the library’s Facebook account in order to promote a program. As with all of the graphics, this one was created using Microsoft Power Point. These simple and colorful infographics are generating a lot of added attention, and “views.”
Adult programming attendance has been low due to a number of factors, so my library is implementing a monthly Brown Bag Lunch Series. This is the graphic I came up with to promote the event on Facebook. Upcoming programs in the series will feature this logo. Slight modifications will be made to illustrate the unique…
My library hosts family friendly movies as part of our annual summer reading programming, and these are some of the movies ticket graphics I created from scratch using Microsoft Power Point. I refuse to use clip art and copyrighted graphics (with the exception of CSLP graphics) to promote library programs and services on Facebook…so this…
This is the graphic I created for tax season, but wasn’t able to use because our federal tax forms NEVER arrived. I appropriated the first half of the phrase from my favorite, post-apocalyptic ragamuffin: Dani “Mega” O’Malley featured in the Fever series and the novel, Iced by Karen Moning.