- Book discussion groups
“A book discussion group is a forum where readers can come together and talk about books and the reading experience. These groups can be organized in a variety of ways. There are adult groups, student-led groups, mother-daughter groups, father-son groups, and parent-child groups, to name just a few. At my library we have a parent-child book discussion group, but the guidelines found in this article can apply to any group with children as participants.” -- “Giving Readers a Voice: Book Discussion Groups,” by Anna Healy.
- Computer Classes
For teaching computing skills such as keyboarding, using a mouse, and navigating the internet.
- Employment search support
A community-building service that libraries can offer to patrons to aid in finding a job.
- New Immigrants
Resources to support library programming serving new immigrants.
- Older patrons
Resources and programs that specifically target the community's senior population.
- Readers' Advisory for Adults
Services that are provided by librarians typically in public libraries. These may include recommendations of specific titles, authors, or lists of books for particular needs.