Mid-Hudson Library System Bulletin lauds Morton Director for advocacy

Morton Memorial Library & Community House director, Joanne Meyer, has done a nice job in their newsletter to promote Hudson Valley Reads: “Many readers know what it’s like to enter the library and browse the shelves to discover something new and interesting to read. Well, through our Web site (morton.rhinecliff.lib.ny.us), you can discover a new way to browse. It’s called Hudson Valley Reads, produced by a service called NextReads. You can see what’s new, and you can also see connections to the entire MHLS catalog for new recommendations of older titles. You can sign up for e-newsletters on topics that interest you, or stretch yourself by subscribing to entirely new topics. Try Armchair Travel, or New York Times Bestsellers, or Mind and Body Fitness, or Science Fiction, or any of 20 more
categories. You can even choose to get continual updates automatically through what’s called an RSS feed. So, we librarians do like to help you personally with that service called Readers’ Advisory, but we also like to show you useful tools to DIY! Have fun!