Beginning in April 2013 every Mid-Hudson Library System member library will have free access (for 2 years) to the online product LibraryAware.
What is LibraryAware?
LibraryAware is an easy-to-use, online service designed to meet libraries online, print, and social media promotional needs. It helps you create, deliver, and measure the success of your promotional campaigns. Use LibraryAware to help your community discover all the programs, products and services you have to offer. -LibraryAware
How do I activate my account?
Member Library Directors should contact Kerstin Cruger, Mid-Hudson Library System Marketing & Program Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845.471.6060 x250.
How do I access my account
Visit http://www.libraryaware.com/login. Log in with your email and password.
- Google Chrome (Note: The LibraryAware interface works best with Chrome version 20.0 or above.)
- Internet Explorer 10 or later
- Firefox 23 or later
How do I give other staff members access to our LibraryAware account?
Staff members will receive an email invitation from LibraryAware. Follow the instructions in the email to gain access to your library's account.
What user Role should I designate
Below is a list of definitions for the different user roles in LibraryAware. There is no limit to the number of accounts assigned to each role.
Does LibraryAware offer training?
Yes! LibraryAware hosts webinars throughout the year. To check out a calendar of events and to register for a webinar:
Choose Help and Support (at the bottom of the screen) when you are logged into your LibraryAware account. You can ask (or search) a specific question or view directions and tutorials through the Knowledge Base. All administrators will receive important updates and information from LibraryAware via email. If you are not receiving messages make sure you add email@example.com to your approved emails or 'white list' in your email account.
If you have any immediate
questions or concerns please feel free to contact Kerstin Cruger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
at the Mid-Hudson Library System. We are always happy to help!