This list has the resources you need to help plan hybrid programs.
As librarians explore event formats in an increasingly virtual landscape, “hybrid” programs are an option that balance interactivity with access. This selection of resources includes pieces that discuss some of the benefits of a hybrid model, as well as individual libraries’ successes and challenges with their events.
- "Hybrid Programming Webinar Series," Programming Librarian, 2022
- "Hybrid Programming: Evaluating Takeaways from the Pandemic and Moving Library Services Into the Future," ALSC Blog, June 11, 2022
- "'Knowing Your Community': What It Really Means for Programming Librarians," Programming Librarian, July 22, 2022
- “Ways to Watch | Programs That Pop,” Library Journal, January 19, 2022
- “Hybrid 101: All You Need to Know For Hybrid Program Success,” Programming Librarian, June 8, 2022
- “From Off-Screen and Online Hybrid Programming for Any Situation,” Children & Libraries, December 1, 2021
- "Libraries Share Hybrid Programming Experiences," ILA Reporter, June 1, 2022
- “Library begins new chapter with hybrid programming,” The Star News, July 23, 2022
- “Beyond books: Libraries cure pandemic boredom with virtual classes, crafts and story time,” The Washington Post, January 28, 2021
- Cyranski, G., & Chodor, B. (2020). Hybrid Events: The Best of Both Worlds. In Transitioning to Virtual and Hybrid Events : How to Create, Adapt, and Market an Engaging Online Experience. [S.l.]: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.
- Inspiration Place: Spring Fantasy Hybrid Art Program
- Southwest History: Preserving Chicanx, Latinx and Indigenous Peoples Stories
Funding for this article has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the American Rescue Plan: Humanities Organization Grant.