In the sixth episode of the Open Book Webcast, hear how Librarian Jessica Ryan pivoted to create virtual programming for the children and adults in her community in response to the pandemic. She then met her community’s needs once again by adapting her programming in response to George Floyd’s death.
There are so many questions surrounding how and when libraries will open back up. To help you plan, pediatrician and librarian Dr. Dipesh Navsaria talks about what we know about COVID-19, how to think about and evaluate steps you can take to keep people safe, and what safety measures could become the new norm.
Once again, libraries around the world are transforming their services to meet the needs of their communities. From providing increased access to digital resources to becoming popup food banks, libraries are continuously proving they are essential institutions in a variety of ways.
We’ve curated a list of home-learning resources to help you serve your community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inside you’ll find activities, tools, and more for librarians, educators, and parents.
Feeling overwhelmed about making the switch from summer reading to summer learning? Instead of changing your entire program all at once, start with these simple moves.
Are you overwhelmed by all the information and opinions about switching from summer reading to summer learning? We’ve debunked a few common summer learning myths so you can make the transition with confidence.