Flipster makes your library’s most popular and sought-after magazines available digitally for your patrons, via your library’s website.
To get started, watch the Flipster training video series:
Scroll down to see a list of marketing resources to help you get the word out to your library members.
Use these small but effective handouts to get the word out about Flipster.
Print and hang these colorful and engaging materials to help spread the word about Flipster to your library staff and patrons.
Download these colorful Web Banners, Ads, Icons, Logos and Web Buttons, and post them on your website to promote Flipster and link users directly to the your library’s digital magazine service. The .zip file is organized by type of asset with the web banner folder organized by type of library (academic, public, school, medical and corporate):
Print and place these at the reference desk, on tables, or at computer workstations around the library.
Adhere these labels to your print magazines to spread the word about Flipster to your administrators, library staff, students, or patrons. Choose from four popular Avery label layouts below. The label number should correspond to the number on the front of the label package or at the bottom of the label sheets.
Announce the availability of Flipster to your customers with this sample text.
Use the following text to announce Flipster on your institution’s social media channels.
Need help preparing for an upcoming training session for your administrators, library staff, students, or patrons about Flipster? Our video tutorial provides audio narration with matching text to guide users on how to use Flipster.
Online training is also available. Visit our Training Request page to register for an upcoming training or to watch one of several recorded trainings.
Visit EBSCO Connect for additional information on how how to view magazines, search, and more within Flipster.
A custom Flipster carousel is a great way to dress up your library website and let patrons know about Flipster.
Click here to submit a request to add this to your EBSCO Platform.