As library workers, we often promote our services, programs, and events through displays, flyers, posters, signs, and other visual outputs.
No design experience? No problem!
This workshop will introduce attendees to a useful and easy to use graphic design tool, Canva. Attendees will have the opportunity to work hands on with Canva in order to make a flyer to visually communicate their library programs and services. This workshop will teach you not only how to utilize Canva, but how to have fun while creating graphic design projects for your library.
In this workshop, attendees will:
Tina Broomfield is the Technology and Training Librarian at the Rochester Regional Library Council and the Projects Coordinator for the Empire State Library Network. Through her work in library consortia, Tina is responsible for coordinating communications, vendor relations, delivery services, and continuing education initiatives. She has a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Cultural Heritage Preservation from Syracuse University. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Art History from the State University of New York at Geneseo.