Introduction: A library brochure is a one kind of IP which works as the mirror of a library. It also highlights the organization. The vission, mission, programs, services and the contract address is shown in the brochure. It may be a piece of paper, typed nicely folded efficiently. Anybody can have a clear idea of the library and the organization through the brochure.
Definition: A library brochure is a leaflet. Library Brochures are advertising pieces mainly used to introduce a library, and inform about bookss and/or services to a target audience. Libary Brochures are distributed by mail, handed personally or placed in brochure racks.
The steps to compile a library brochure:
1. Planning the whole activity
2. Collecting information
c. About Organization
3. Permission of the institution head
4. Preparing the draft
5. Editing the draft
6. Typing the draft
8. Examining by the expart
9. Final Printing
10. Eradicat Duplicate Slip
The most common types of single-sheet library brochures are the bi-fold (a single sheet printed on both sides and folded into halves) and the tri-fold (the same, but folded into thirds). A bi-fold brochure results in four panels (two panels on each side), while a tri-fold results in six panels (three panels on each side). Other folder arrangements are possible: the accordion or “Z-fold” method, the “C-fold” method, etc. Larger sheets, such as those with detailed maps or expansive photo spreads, are folded into four, five, or six panels. When two card fascias are affixed to the outer panels of the z-folded brochure, it is commonly known as a “Z-card”.
Conclusion: Booklet brochures are made of multiple sheets most often saddle stitched (stapled on the creased edge) or “perfect bound” like a paperback book, and result in eight panels or more. Library brochures are often printed using four color process on thick gloss paper to give an initial impression of quality. Businesses may turn out small quantities of brochures on a computer printer or on a digital printer, but offset printing turns out higher quantities for less cost. Compared with a flyer or a handbill, a library brochure usually uses higher-quality paper, more color, and is folded.