One promotional strategy, and the easiest to do (at least to me), for new books to get noticed is to send a list with short reviews of selected titles through the school's mailing list. Sharing with you this email I sent to teachers and staff.
Good day everyone!
I apply a different strategy when promoting books to students. Watch out for the next post on library promotions!Attached is the list of new acquisitions. Choice picks from this harvest:Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan - satire meets chic lit; something for the coming term break if you want a light and fun read.Silence by Shusaka Endo - if you feel like reading something moving and thought provoking; for those familiar with the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius; for those who are fascinated with Japan's culture, history and geography; for those who are baffled by silence.This Explains Everything, edited by John Brockman - a compilation of essays on varied subjects and disciplines, from Evolutionary Genetics, Language and Natural Selection, The Universe Growing Like A Baby, Commitment, Simplicity,
Fitness Landscapes, Feynman's Lifeguard, Equations and Their Continuity, Sex at Your Fingertips -- almost everything, really! The writing is TOKish, and (kinda) metacognitive.Strategies for Application by David Wilson - tips and techniques for applying one's self in the classroom and in life, in general.How To Differentiate Instruction in Mixed-Ability Classrooms by Carol Ann Tomlinson - Differentiated Instruction 101; it has the basic principles of differentiating instruction; makes for a good companion to R. Jackson's Never Work Harder Than Your Students.That's it, pansit. Hope to see you at the library! For queries, shoot us an email:email@example.com (Flynn - who will provide you with basic sourcing and reference services)firstname.lastname@example.org (Zarah - who can be your sounding board for instructional or pedagogical matters and teaching partner in research skills instruction)Check our OPAC for queries on specific titles of books - tbalibrary.org