YOU KNOW THE OLD SAYING....
A picture is worth a thousand words! Help us tell the story of Rhode Island's libraries as community spaces, education centers, & social hubs through the magic of (digital) photography.
As part of National Library Week, we're asking libraries of all types in our state to participate in RI Library Snapshot Day on Monday, April 14. Grab a camera or other picture-taking device and capture all the fantastic activities in your library on that day, then share these images with RILA. Collectively, these snapshots will illustrate the wealth of library events, opportunities, and services available throughout the state on one single day. We'll use these images to build community awareness and demonstrate the benefits and impacts of libraries - of all types - in RI!
We're also playing the numbers game as part of RI Library Snapshot Day - we hope to collect statistics that enhance the story! Jot down some numbers on April 14th and send them along, too. How many visitors? How many check outs? How many programs & classes? How many questions asked & answered? If it's data, we can use it!
Participation is simple. Just take some snaps & gather some stats on Monday, April 14 and send them to us! We will use the gathered info and images for future advocacy and public relations initiatives.
For more information or to officially sign up as a participating RI Library Snapshot Day location, contact Emily Grace LeMay, RILA Public Relations Committee Co-Chair.