Both Boole and Brookfield BHSL Libraries have re-opened with the safety of Library users and staff as our chief guiding principle.
Please see our policies and important changes regarding re-opening here
Use all the various platforms that are available to you:
Consider using a specific hashtag for tracking social media coverage.
UCC Library will include a slide of your choosing on the various digital signage library-wide.
Register your exhibition with UCC's Event Guide.
Register promotion of your exhibition with UCC's digital estate group and members will advertise the launch.
The events programme for Facing Pages: The Art of the Great Book was extensive and included poetry readings, master classes and talks.
The Life and Legacy of George Boole 1815-2015 exhibition coincided with a great range of events.
The opening launch serves several purposes:
Inform the UCC community via All-Exchange-Users. Do you have a mailing list of your friends, members of your organization, board members, alumni and so forth?
Will there be hospitality at the launch? Contact the people who manage the space to discuss any restrictions on serving refreshments at your reception.
Is there a table available for refreshments, or will you need to bring one? What is required of you in terms of cleanup?
Is a photographer required to document the launch? This needs to be booked in advance.
Know the schedule for people talking at the launch:
Consider having a post-launch lecture or having themed activity at the launch. At the launch of "Cervantes ‘Prince of Wits’ (1616 – 2016): Life, Work, Legacy” there was a guitarist playing Spanish music.
UCC Library can provide a visitors' comments book for the duration of the exhibition.
However this comments book will remain in UCC Library after the exhibition as part of that exhibition's archive.