How I promote e-resources with cheap (but effective) business-sized cards

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View of the business cards from the front door of the library. Patrons see the cards as soon as they walk into the library, so this is one way they discover library resources.
From left to right: Front and back of the business cards with library services, hours, and contact information.
From left to right: Front and back of cards promoting CE Direct
Directions for accessing Nursing Reference Center. The next two lines are the username and password. We give them out when nurses ask for full-text articles.

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Sheryl Ramer

Sheryl Ramer

Interested in “art with a job to do,” like writing, graphics, and theater, that has purpose, such as providing information or changing people’s behavior.

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