We are pleased to announce that LibraryCall has earned the distinguished Platinum Modern Library Award for the second year in a row.
The Modern Library Awards (MLAs) recognize the top products and services in the library industry in the areas of product quality, functionality, value, customer service experience, and overall satisfaction by librarians using them.
“Great product,” said one librarian. “Tech help was terrific. We originally received this service as part of a state library grant, but we liked it so much, I wrote another grant to get the service for another year.”
“We have developed robust tools that enable libraries to connect to all families wherever they are - with information and stories,” says Lori Ayre, LibraryCall Principal. “LibraryCall’s affordable services are designed to help libraries reach more people by leveraging a ubiquitous device - the phone. Information and stories are available to everyone online as well as via smartphone and land line - no one is left behind.”
Storytime Direct is a turnkey service that delivers a new children’s audio story in English and/or Spanish from the Storytime Commons. LibraryCall’s Storytime Commons is a collection of multilingual stories recorded, licensed, and adapted by LibraryCall.
For libraries that would like to deliver their own audio content, our Dial-A-Story Studio service gives libraries the tools they need to manage, schedule, and share it. Studio includes access to the Storytime Commons and provision of the phone numbers and the technical expertise needed to provide the library’s customized service.
The Soundtrack service helps libraries, museums, and galleries make self-paced exhibits, including StoryWalks®, more engaging and accessible by adding a low-cost audio component.
Rating highly in the “quality of service” category, we pride ourselves on providing responsive, friendly, and personalized service. Additional features include marketing support such as templates for outreach and publicity, and a web widget feature that allows customers to stream their audio content on their library websites.