Provocative Programming @ your library

This year I participated in the final session of the Wild Wisconsin Winter Web Conference – Trigger Decks! With only about 6 minutes to talk about my topic, some slides removed and added in secret, and SUPER high stakes (ie. a fluffy pink hat to the winner), I was nervous!

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I talked about provocative programming, also known as stealth or passive programming, and shared some examples of stealth programs that we offer at my library, from exploration stations and storywalks to hidden READ posters and super sneaky library tours (aka scavenger hunts).

You can listen to the recording (I’m the fourth person), or check out my slides:

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