Let’s face it–we can’t always overhaul our library’s entire website. Sometimes, we just need ways to improve on what we have, due to cost, expertise or political barriers.

There are lots of things you can do with very little to improve your library’s site. Some are small, some are bigger, but all can make your site better for your visitors.

Get some quick and practical ideas about potential ways to polish your site without busting your library’s budget or eating up tons of staff time.

Originally broadcast October 3, 2013. 

Laura Solomon ~ Biography

Laura is the Library Services Manager for OPLIN and former Web Applications Manager for Cleveland Public Library. She is responsible for providing and managing all web-related services to all of Ohio’s public libraries. This includes custom web sites and development for more than 25% of Ohio’s library systems.

She has been doing web development and design for over twelve years, in both libraries and as an independent consultant. She speaks on Web-related topics extensively in the public library community and is the author of the book Doing Social Media So It Matters: A Librarians Guide from ALA Publications.