Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Time & Bodies

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9 comments:

  1. Really, everything Sara says here is true. She puts form behind the function in her efforts and has improved our tours, ahem, field trip ADVENTURES, hugely since she started. And the kids, staff and teachers love them and see the value in what's happening. Don't think why this can't be done at your library - just do it by following Sara's easy steps, including her cartoon of "Surprise!" at the end.

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  2. Sara, you are changing my life and rocking my world. Would you be willing to share a sample script? It would save me so much blood, sweat, and tears if I could draw other staffers into giving tours rather than trying to do them all on my own.

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  3. LOL thanks... I definitey can share some of the scripts. I found your email on your blog, but anyone else please let me know if I can share!

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    1. Dear Sara

      I'm working as an education officer in Belgium. We collaborate with libraries and want to help them to get better results with their library tours. Your blog has truly inspired me. Would it be possible to send me a sample script, so I get an idea what you are doing? You can send it to margot.vandingenen@iedereenleest.be Thanks so much!

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  4. I too, would love to see some scripts. Great idea! When I gave a tour a couple of weeks ago, one of the library technicians discussed with preschoolers about not tearing up the DVD cases (I guess there's a button in the middle....)Gratefully! teenmarian@gmail.com

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  5. I too, would love to see some scripts. Great idea! When I gave a tour a couple of weeks ago, one of the library technicians discussed with preschoolers about not tearing up the DVD cases (I guess there's a button in the middle....)Gratefully! teenmarian@gmail.com

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  6. I'd love a copy of the script too! I think my tours are terribly boring... I think you can get my e-mail from administrative rights?

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  7. Cleoppa, I actually cannot do that (or I don't know how!) But please email me at brycesa1 at gmail and I'll be happy to send some materials your way.:)

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  8. I would love to see your scripts. Thanks bethg2@yahoo.com

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