Cheat Sheet: Find the Right Template with Keywords

LibraryAware has great templates for your every need--the trick is knowing where to find the right one!

1. Choose a template
  • With our new all-template search bar feature, we've made finding the right template even easier and faster! Click on the Home button at the top of the screen. You can also click on the Promotions tab and then click the Create Item link under the Promotion you would like to save the item in.
2. Enter a search term in the search bar to bring up relevant templates

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Do you want to create…

Enter this search term in the search bar

A rack card of read-alikes to put in the books on your shelves?

 

Enter “rack card”

A flyer for an event at your organization?

 

Enter one of the following keywords that matches your event:

·        “author event"

·        “book club”

·        “holiday”

       "movie"

·        “small business”

·        “STEM”

·        “storytime”

·        “summer reading”

·        “teen”

Then under the Formats category in the Refine Results section, click the checkbox next to Flyer-events.

Shelf talkers of reading recommendations or titles to feature in your stacks?

Enter “shelf talker”

 

 

A flyer or poster for your book display?

 

Enter “book display” + (theme keyword)

Then under the Formats category in the Refine Results section, click the checkbox next to either Flyer-books, Flyer-Signs, or Posters or all three.

A fun flyer to feature a book-related quote for a display?

Enter “quote”

 

A flyer that features read-alikes for a book with a long hold queue or a popular series?

See our cheat sheet on Reading Maps

Enter one of the following keywords:

·        “8 book”

·        “12 book”

 

Then under the Formats category in the Refine Results section, click the checkbox next Flyer-Books.

A flyer that features reading recommendations for all readers of a genre or topic?

 


Enter one of the following genres:

·        “mystery”

·        “romance”

·        “fantasy”

·        “science fiction”

·        “thriller”

·        “horror”

·        “memoir”

·        “historical fiction”

·        “subgenres”

 

Then under the Formats category in the Refine Results section, click the checkbox next Flyer-books.

Narrow down your audience by checking Children, Teen, or Adult.   

A flyer that shows off your collection?

 


Enter "reaching readers" for our readers' advisory materials. 

Show only the book flyers by checking Flyer-Books under the Formats section in the Refine Results sidebar on the left. 

Then narrow down your audience by checking Children, Teen, or Adult. 

A flyer that features a read-alike for one or more popular books, along with a reason why the reader will like it?

Enter “like try why”

A book list?

 

Enter “section layout”

Have NoveList and want to import book titles from your NoveList folder? Follow the steps here

An item to get the word out about your library services?

 

Enter “service”

An item to tell your patrons if anything is out of order or to turn off their mobile phones?


 

Enter “utility”

Materials to promote your summer reading program?

Enter “summer reading”

A fun, light-hearted flyer design?

 



Enter “whimsical," "quirky, " "upbeat," or "cartoony"

A flyer showcasing books that share the same appeal or style?

 



Enter appeal terms like “creepy,” "funny," or search "appeals" to browse the lot! 

Show only the book flyers by checking Flyer-Books under the Formats section in the Refine Results sidebar on the left.

Then narrow down your audience by checking Children, Teen, or Adult. 

A flyer with a specific design look?

 

Enter design descriptions such as “colorful,” "patterns," or "polka dots" 

An e-blast to send to your patrons with a previously completed program event flyer swapped in?

Enter "pink typewriter"

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