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Public Libraries Respond to COVID-19: Strategies for Advancing Digital Equity Now - Shared screen with speaker view
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Is this just a Powerpoint being presented? I love the idea of doing this at the opening to any Zoom meetings we have!
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Hi All - From Clinton-Macomb Public Library Michigan
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Hello! Young Adult Librarian from Blackstone MA
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Hello from Oakdale Library in Minnesota! Staff is in the building to do curbside services.
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Hello from Western New York!
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Hello all from Walnut Grove Library with the Azalea Regional Library System in Loganville, GA :)
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hello from Monroe, LA!
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Hello everyone: Nancy Howe, Assistant Director, Baldwinsville Public Library - upstate NY, where it's snowing...
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Hello from Winston-Salem, NC!
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Hello from Elgin, IL! :)
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Hello from Baltimore County Public Library, Youth and Family Engagement, located in Maryland
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Hello from Reno, NV! This is Joan Dalusung from Washoe County Libraries.
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Hello from Kim, Grafton-Midview, Ohio
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Good to be here, Stephanie, Youth Services Librarian, Phoenix Public Library :)
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Good morning from Bremerton, WA. I’m from Baltimore, so greetings to those in my hometown!
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Hello from Bellingham, Washington
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Anastasia Patton from Montclair Community Library-Dumfries, VA
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Hello from Seattle! Love the background music!
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hello from Burlingame
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Pittsboro, NC checking in! :)
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Hi, I'm Ellie from Josephine County, Oregon
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Hello from Poughkeepsie Public Library District in NY
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hello from Richmond VA
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Good Afternoon from Yadkinville, NC where it is rain and gloomy today, but thankful to be inside working from home!
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Hello from Glens Falls, NY
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The graphic of the giant virus cell is so pretty. It deserves to be ugly.
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Good Afternoon! From Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, IN!
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Hello from a teen librarian III in Austin, Texas!
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Hi from Wisconsin!
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Hi from Lawrence, KS :)
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Hello from Minneapolis in Hennepin County
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Hello from Chicago!
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Hello from Waseca-Le Sueur Regional Library System in Minnesota
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Hi from Pasco County FL
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Hi from Chicago Public Library!
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Hello from the Willingboro Public Library, NJ!
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Hello from the Framingham Public Library :-)
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Ready here in Shawnee, KS!
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Hello From San Diego, CA :)
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Is there no way to make panelists and attendees the default?
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OH, and hello from Rock Island, IL!
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Hi from Tacoma, WA - I work for Kitsap Regional Library in Bremerton, though :)
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http://www.ala.org/pla/sites/ala.org.pla/files/content/advocacy/covid-19/PLA-Libraries-Respond-Survey_Aggregate-Results_FINAL2.pdf
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Hello from San Jose, CA!
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Hi from Linda Hewitt from Red Bank Public Library, NJ
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Hello from TN!
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http://www.ala.org/advocacy/erate
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Hi from San Mateo, CA
Heather Petro
52:37
What was the name of that last resource?
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52:38
Hi, Lynne!
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Lisa Eribez
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What was that website?
Kristen Valyi-Hax
52:53
"Everyone On:"
Austin Duffy
52:53
Does Lara have slides or a summary page for what she's saying?
Lynne Esselstein
53:01
Hi Cynthia!
Sarah Scott
53:02
everyoneon.org
Heather Petro
53:16
Thank you!
Larra Clark
53:20
https://www.digitalinclusion.org/free-low-cost-internet-plans/
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Thanks Sarah!
Julia Cuddahy
54:33
Thank you!
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Angela Maycock
55:17
What questions about digital equity do you have for our speakers? Please share them here for discussion during the Q&A!
Larra Clark
55:30
sorry if I was too quiet, folks. I'll try to watch my volume!
Lisa Lockheart
55:57
How is she getting word out?
Lori Terzi
55:57
Love this idea of using vans for mobile wifi!
Sara Maloney
56:00
Does anyone have any experience with providing free used/refurb laptops to individuals?
Beth Steinbach
56:03
I tried accessing the digital inclusion.org site and got an error
Amanda Gilbertie
56:13
How do you find it’s best to advertise these services to patrons who would best benefit from them?
Larra Clark
56:17
about the lifeline program: https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/lifeline-support-affordable-communications
Kathy Lane
56:17
How have you been reaching community members with no or limited access to the internet?
Lisa Eribez
56:22
Our school districts are distributing school lunches. Families, with the student, drive up and pick up the lunch.
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Patricia Meddins
56:37
Do you have any security/heath issues with putting staff in the vans and having them drive around?
Larra Clark
56:41
@amanda--that's our next question: how do we get the word out!
sacha timmons
56:43
I have heard with Hotspots if there are to many people using it at once its very slow and could stop working. What do you do to help with this?
Amanda Gilbertie
57:05
Great, thanks Larra!
Larra Clark
57:06
love this printing app!
Bebe Jallah
57:46
is it free?
Nan Carmack
57:54
any nuisance printing? is it free to print? how do you handle cash?
Adrian Zeck
57:55
do you charge for printing?
Kim Eckhoff
58:01
Are you providing free prints Misty?
Ana Gutierrez
58:07
What software is the mobile printing app?
Mollie Brumbaugh
58:11
What about sensitive information on those prints?
Larra Clark
58:11
https://georgialibraries.org/public-libraries-public-places/
Sara Maloney
58:14
Do patrons have to make appointments to pick up the prints?
Sara Maloney
58:26
We us PrinterOn for mobile printing
Sara Maloney
58:43
https://www.printeron.com/
Rebecca Matysek
59:02
we use PrinterOn as well
Larra Clark
59:04
thanks for the questions everyone! Keep them coming!
Larra Clark
59:18
And also thanks to Sara and Rebecca for sharing links.
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Ruthie Hewitt
59:35
Can we get these links sent to us after the webinar?
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Lynne Esselstein
59:51
I'm impressed that the State of Georgia ensures library costs for free wifi are covered!
Larra Clark
59:53
we will share a transcript @ruthie!
Janelle Canales Lanzot
01:00:00
what was the link again for fcc.gov?
Larra Clark
01:00:23
FCC Lifeline program: https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/lifeline-support-affordable-communications
Abbie Anderson
01:00:33
Georgia State Lib has been a leader for a long time! They invented Evergreen ILS to support rural libs, IIRC
Fiona May
01:00:37
When setting print jobs outside the building without interacting with patron, how is patron privacy addressed? Is each print job handed to a person?
Larra Clark
01:00:49
Lifeline program helps low-income folks get telephone and/or internet access
Lisa Eribez
01:00:51
Yes, panelists said we are going to receive the chat room conversations.
Janelle Canales Lanzot
01:00:58
how they keepmsocial distancing while they get access to the internet?
Larra Clark
01:00:59
also, low-cost programs at everyoneon.org
Janelle Canales Lanzot
01:01:03
Thanks
Adrian Zeck
01:01:23
regarding the hotspots in williamsberg. how frequently did you visit the same site. for example you went to the same dollar general for 2 hours every Monday? every other Monday?
Meredith Bonds-Harmon
01:01:49
again in williamsberg - did you use staff vehicles or a library vehicle like a bookmobile?
Kathy Lane
01:02:26
For everyone - How are you supporting families homeschooling students? I'm curious if other libraries are offering homework help or other schooling support? Is anyone offering 1:1 phone support?
Neil Citrin
01:02:28
re: access to WiFi, how if you don’t have access in the first place.
Ann Marie Harvey
01:02:33
That's amazing @ efforts in GA
Ellie Avis
01:02:35
are chromebooks only available to college students or can others borrow them?
Saidah Yakasai
01:02:56
In addition to offering wifi access and devices, what are other needs (resources?) of families and students while online learning in Georgia?
Mollie Brumbaugh
01:03:14
For Homework help we use BrainFuse
Wenny Wallace
01:03:28
HI from Hayward, CA
Lynne Esselstein
01:03:38
I assume the chromebooks aren't actually circulating and that students are holding on to them until end of the school year?
Ann Marie Harvey
01:03:43
Will staff on the vans answer questions?
Saidah Yakasai
01:03:52
@Mollie BrainFuse is a wonderful database
Ann Marie Harvey
01:03:54
ok @ cell numbers
Randi Carter
01:04:09
Great idea about the mobile printing. Do you get a lot of people who do it? How are you going to adapt when open?
Adrian Zeck
01:04:16
how often to do you visit the same spot
Larra Clark
01:04:34
Hi @Gionee. Only US … and maybe US territories, but I need to double check
Adrian Zeck
01:04:36
when you are doing the mobile hotspot visits
Jody Lazar
01:04:50
Do you charge for the prints?
Stephanie Stoner
01:05:00
To all programs- are these services for folks with current library cards, or for all?
Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert
01:05:09
What is the name of that printing app please?
Nan Carmack
01:05:17
PrinterOm
Lori Terzi
01:05:19
printeron
Sarah Scott
01:05:31
What about libraries serving large populations of people experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity? Are there any special issues that need to be considered for these patrons?
Larra Clark
01:05:32
Thanks @nan printeron
Lynne Esselstein
01:05:53
great question @sarah scott
Laura LaBelle
01:05:55
any tips for assisting ppl who do not have an email acct and need it now to track IRS Stim checks, unemployment, etc??
Janelle Canales Lanzot
01:05:56
The printing option is while you are still working at the library?
Kim Eckhoff
01:06:02
Do they have to be library card holders for you to offer free prints?
Abbie Anderson
01:06:13
Sarah Scott always has good questions. :)
Abbie Anderson
01:06:23
And good info shares.
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01:06:31
But are you keeping track of costs to show City managers
Nan Carmack
01:06:36
@Betsy in Williamsburg: how often do you visit each spot...what's your frequency?
Sarah Scott
01:06:43
Thank you, @Abbie Anderson!
Cynthia Rider
01:06:52
So they know the value you are providing
Abbie Anderson
01:07:21
My pleasure, @Sara Scott: I live to Appreciate. ;)
Larra Clark
01:07:36
Questions to all of you--do you have state wifi maps in your states? Can you share them?
Kelly Mills
01:07:42
@Kim Eckhoff I'm not sure what their policy is re: requiring a library card, but PrinterOn does not require the user to have a library card. A user's documents are identified by the email address that they enter upon sending for printing, and then enter again to pick up.
Shannon Jones
01:07:55
What are your plans for sanitizing devices once they are returned?
Megan Lee
01:08:07
I wonder if there would need to be a limit though to the number of pages printed at one time, if you are not charging? Especially for the libraries that depend on that income from their services? 50 cents is nothing, but if several people are printing $20 worth of pages a lot, that really adds up unfortunately.
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Abbie Anderson
01:08:24
Quarantining/sequestering appears to be the best guidance we're getting right now.
Linda Klein
01:08:26
please explain more about e-read kits
Sarah Scott
01:08:27
I'm also curious to hear what libraries are doing to adapt their digital literacy programs to a fully online environment. Is anyone thinking about transitioning 1:1 tech help services online?
Larra Clark
01:09:09
https://georgialibraries.org/ereadkids/
Lori Terzi
01:09:14
@SarahScott I am also interested in transitioning 1:1 tech help services online
Ann Marie Harvey
01:09:19
Sarah Scott, good questions, especially for seniors
Arlene Weible
01:09:34
Need to use traditional media … not just social media!
Nan Carmack
01:09:43
yes @Arlene!
Sarah Scott
01:09:45
Yes, Arlene! I agree!
Cynthia Rider
01:09:52
local newspapers
Lori Terzi
01:09:56
@Arlene good point!
Arlene Weible
01:09:59
Radio also good
Cynthia Rider
01:10:02
online and physical
Kelly Kneisler
01:10:07
how do you reach those without internet access and are possibly shut in's?
Lisa Eribez
01:10:15
The patrons can use the library Wi-Fi download documents to their files,and then go to Office-Depot to print.
Larra Clark
01:10:22
Please feel free to share how YOU get the word out about outreach.
Cynthia Rider
01:10:30
working with retirement homes to leave letters for people
Kathryn Alexander
01:10:33
We are letting people make appointments for one on one tech help via their choice of phone or GoToMeeting
Larra Clark
01:10:40
In the PLA survey I mentioned, we heard librarians using public access TV and community radio.
Sara Maloney
01:10:41
Let social service agencies know your resources, to pass along to their clients
Nan Carmack
01:10:48
school systems message for us
Larra Clark
01:10:53
Posters... flyers... outreach to partners
Kelly Kneisler
01:11:05
I am thinking about coming up with a mail list, call list and an email list to reach patrons we may be missing. Any other ways ?
Cynthia Rider
01:11:08
good idea Sara!
Kathryn Alexander
01:11:21
We are also helping people with tech questions they send in via phone or email
Larra Clark
01:11:23
great point @nan re: schools
Lisa Eribez
01:11:32
Yes, signage is a great solution!
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01:11:37
churches/faith communities
MJ Jones
01:11:38
Is anyone using Pop-Up Library?
Kathryn Alexander
01:11:43
Here's our reservation page (top left): https://libcal.ssf.net/
Wenny Wallace
01:11:44
yard sign is great
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Larra Clark
01:12:17
use that library real estate!
Larra Clark
01:12:27
yay soledad!
Paige Wilson
01:12:30
I think its a good idea to put advertising information on water bills and/or electric bills
Cheryl Zelazo
01:12:56
why is this so hard? It's in the drop-down menu to post your comments
Anastasia Patton
01:13:22
What about people who speak other languages? What’s the best way to reach these patrons as well?
Jill Millard
01:13:25
What foundation is paying postage? That is awesome.
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile
01:13:38
I send job announcements and virtual program info to Nextdoor in my community.
Lynne Esselstein
01:13:40
Great idea to partner with the schools and have them pay postage on postcards
Kelly Kneisler
01:13:40
good point, Anastasia
Nan Carmack
01:13:44
fantastic@
Lisa Eribez
01:13:47
Flyers are expensive!
Jody Lazar
01:13:57
I'd like to know the information on the postcards and flyers. Willing to share the copy?
Lisa Lockheart
01:13:58
carrier route sort, I would guess
Ann Marie Harvey
01:14:27
Any concerns with COVID and being on any surfaces or mailings?
Giovanna Iannace
01:14:27
Outreach with eNewsletter, social media, phone calls to seniors and residents who live alone, one-on-one ehelp, virtual programs and book clubs
Rebecca Ryan
01:14:32
You can use reference usa to build a targeted mailing list
Lynne Esselstein
01:14:33
how much did the printing cost on the postcards/how many did you send?
Sara Maloney
01:14:40
If you have Mergent Intellect, you can build mailing lists for different geographic areas
Ahmad Merza
01:14:45
Our Foundation is paying postage for all the books we have been delivering to our community members.
Ann Marie Harvey
01:14:55
Do you test employees on the mobile units?
Arlene Weible
01:15:04
Low transmission risk for paper through mail compared, according to CDC
Mary Ann Abner
01:15:07
If you have ReferenceUSA you can generate addresses
Lynne Esselstein
01:15:19
@ahmad where is your library and how many books are you delivering every week?
Ahmad Merza
01:15:20
Ref USA is a great tool!
Sharron Lahey
01:16:41
Are the posters, banners, flyers, etc. done in different languages?
Austin Duffy
01:16:58
Does anyone provide mobile photocopying, faxing or scanning services?
Arlene Weible
01:17:04
Libraries need help with translation services in our state
Larra Clark
01:17:04
Thanks @Sharon. I'll touch on this
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01:17:52
IF school children are given ipads for school work, the library website could be added to it by the school districts?
Lisa Lockheart
01:17:53
Do you have a local World Relief office? They've helped us with translation before.
Larra Clark
01:18:17
@Misty was able to move to fiber thanks to E-rate! http://www.ala.org/advocacy/erate
Ann Marie Harvey
01:18:20
@Lisa Eribez I have seen that with BCPS
Ahmad Merza
01:18:47
@ Lynne Santa Barbara Public library system we have sent out over 1000 packages in the last 4-5 weeks.
Beryl Donovan
01:18:52
I still see a lot of contact points for possible covid transmission in many of these ideas - no one is really talking about this at all!
Nan Carmack
01:19:07
so smART
Lynne Esselstein
01:19:18
@ahmed That's impressive!
Ann Marie Harvey
01:19:19
@Beth Donovan, I agree
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01:19:36
A follow-up email will be sent to all registrants, typically within 1-3 business days. This email will include a link to the webinar recording.
Lisa Eribez
01:19:36
The elementary school district provides students with ipads to do school work.
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Candis Joyce
01:20:04
Maine has 100 mb fiber to all schools and libraries except for a couple of islands 20+miles offshore. All through erate
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Tom Smith
01:20:46
We use Google Translate for a multitude of languages for our website.
Celine Cooper
01:20:49
We have been advertising for hotspot distributions (one person can get up to 3 hotspots for friends/neighbors) and all of our correspondence and outreach has been in Spanish
Kathleen Houlihan
01:20:52
We have a team working on translation of some of our new tools and creating content in Spanish… We’re working on a Spanish version of the job portal we are working on…. There’s a shortage of short good quality videos supporting job skills in Spanish so we’re working to create that content
Karla Alvarez
01:21:07
We've begun offering online RefChat and a call-in line in the 3 main non-English languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese) support; social media posts about resources in different languages
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Ann Marie Harvey
01:21:19
@Larra Clark, since most of these efforts are now in place due to COVID 19, how are library systems dealing with staff concerns in handling materials
Arlene Weible
01:21:49
Oregon is offering a Spanish-language virtual reference service, just recently launched. https://answerland.org
Laura Deneen
01:22:27
our WiFi is free to all
Mollie Brumbaugh
01:22:29
OCLC/IMLS and some other agencies are actually doing testing on physical library materials regarding the length of time Covid will live on materials. That information is coming.
Ann Marie Harvey
01:22:46
Thanks Mollie B
Angela Maycock
01:22:47
https://www.imls.gov/news/covid-19-research-partnership-inform-safe-handling-collections-reopening-practices-libraries
Arlene Weible
01:23:06
Kathleen: are you collaborating with employment offices on video instruction/translations?
Tom Smith
01:23:14
Is anyone out there using chat boxes to reach out to patrons?
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01:23:17
@Ahmed, packages of what?
Ana Gutierrez
01:23:19
Our mobile app gives a digitized copy of their library cards.
Brandi Canter
01:23:24
COVID and materials: https://www.imls.gov/news/covid-19-research-partnership-inform-safe-handling-collections-reopening-practices-libraries
Karla Alvarez
01:23:24
*we also offer language certification testing (oral and written) with economic incentives for those who apply bilingual skills at work. The language services are currently made possible by bilingual staff in the system sjpl.org
Lisa Lockheart
01:23:31
We just added a chat feature.
Candis Joyce
01:23:35
Returns are quarantined for 3 days before staff reshelve them.
Brandi Canter
01:24:02
We're also quarantining materials for 3 days before shelving or making available to other patrons.
Stephanie Stoner
01:24:14
hooray for all access during this time! thank you for asking the question Larra :)
Ahmad Merza
01:24:23
@lisa Books and Dvds - patrons request items and we mail it. Our foundation has been covering the postage for the shipments.
Lisa Eribez
01:24:25
@Candid Don't you sanitize the items first?
Larra Clark
01:24:29
We'll figure out how to share a few photos, folks!
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01:24:36
Yes, I have a PDF of the postcard that Betsy sent, and those will be included on the webinar recording page.
Lisa Lockheart
01:24:48
By the way, sending via Carrier Routes is much less expensive per piece than using a list.
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01:25:12
I need to track down the photos that Misty sent, which Larra mentioned. I'll want to include those on the webinar recording page, too.
Abbie Anderson
01:25:15
@Lisa E., research so far is showing that quarantining is better than sanitizing, esp for lib mat'ls.
Candis Joyce
01:25:18
Maintenance carefully retrives them and puts them on certain shelves where they wait for days. Maintence wears PP
Ahmad Merza
01:25:28
Our book drops are still closed so they can hold on to the items and extended due dates
Abbie Anderson
01:25:31
Good for PPE!
Janelle Canales Lanzot
01:25:40
How do I ask my library to increase my rate if I have been translating everything?
Abbie Anderson
01:25:55
(have you a... union?)
Jessica Reed
01:25:57
Anyone using uv sterilization machines
John Klima
01:25:58
We isolate (quarantine?) books for 24 hours after they return
Lisa Eribez
01:26:16
@Abbie Thanks for the information!
Candis Joyce
01:26:17
We have let people know that due dates have been extended and there are no overdue fees. People just seem to want to return their books.
Ann Marie Harvey
01:26:19
Are employees tested?
Stephanie Stoner
01:26:38
that's a really great idea to share donated books with nursing homes and neighborhood associations.
Mollie Brumbaugh
01:26:40
IMLS was not recommending UV because to the length of time required to kill Covid would damage the material.
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Heather Lowe
01:27:02
Are any of these libraries addressing digital inclusion for their staff?
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Sarah Scott
01:27:15
Good question, @Heather Lowe!
Abbie Anderson
01:27:20
@Heather Lowe, thank you for this question!
Christy Chandler
01:27:23
Will you post that document on your website?
Janelle Canales Lanzot
01:27:23
Where the patrons are getting their printing documents?
Mary Ann Abner
01:27:27
Will Georgia's best practices be on the web?
Deborah Megehe
01:27:29
How are the printouts to customers being handled? PPE, ?
Donna Speakman
01:27:45
New Castle County and all of Delaware library Catalog, offers an online library card. It allows anyone with a DE address to obtain a library card. The number generated would be downloaded to an app on their phone. When we re-open, they can come into the library and ask to have that number converted to use for inperson use verses online only. Or they can opt to get a physical card.
Arlene Weible
01:27:55
We are hearing about low Internet access among library workers … not an issue just for patrons!
Pat McClary
01:28:05
We have connected a portal from the library’s phone system to librarian’s cell phone to take phone reference 12-3 Mon - Fri as a service to those looking for quick reference.
Ann Marie Harvey
01:28:15
Yes @ Arlene Weible
Ann Marie Harvey
01:28:29
Are staff facing social distancing guidelines?
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Jill Shaul
01:28:37
what ppe will be issued to staff at reopening?
Timothy Dickey
01:28:40
The IMLS, OCLC, and Battelle, with material support from Columbus Metro Library, collaborating on research to support safe practices for libraries and museums re-opening after the COVID-19 crisis: https://www.imls.gov/news/covid-19-research-partnership-inform-safe-handling-collections-reopening-practices-libraries
Cynthia McCarthy
01:28:43
@Ahmad Merza Can you send me a link to your delivery service? I'm on your website right now looking for it. Intriguing!
Travis Olivera
01:28:54
where can i find one of these thermometers?
Ahmad Merza
01:29:12
https://www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/events/sbpl_delivers/default.asp
Michele Huie
01:29:24
We are using the Nextiva phone service app with multilingual staff. It emails voicemail to selected addresses.
Nancy Howe
01:29:26
We're working with a public health consultant to create procedures for testing staff temperatures and preparing for the eventual opening.
Giovanna Iannace
01:29:28
We use Google Voice and connect to our main reference desk phone number. Librarians take turns answering the phones. Live chats are set up on our website during regular hours 9:30 am - 5 pm
Bridget Ward
01:29:37
Is there any liability with using thermometers from non-medical staff?
Karen Rozzoni
01:29:43
In Kenosha, WI- we will be opening for curbside pickup tomorrow. We are putting holds on books at our largest location. Our book drops are locked. Not sure when we will be taking returns. All due dates extended and no fines.
Lisa Eribez
01:29:48
We provided laptops (already for use at branches) to library staff who do not have computers nor smart phones during branch closures.
Susan Palmer
01:29:49
interesting about the temperature taking. Has there been talk about how to determine if a person has a normal temperature yet can still transmit the virus? Just curious. Our lawyers have a bit different take on that. We are in Illinois.
Nan Carmack
01:29:55
a temperature doesn't account for asymptomatic carriers
Kim
01:29:58
How will you enforce the public to go home if they are sick? Signs are great, but they require compliance by all.
Ann Marie Harvey
01:30:28
yes @ Nan...false sense of security:-(
Giovanna Iannace
01:30:35
Our town started checking temperatures in March before the library closed. They used an infrared thermometer.
Cynthia Rider
01:30:47
Kim, that seems impossible!
Jody Lazar
01:30:54
How are you addressing digital literacy? 1:1 tech help?
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile
01:30:59
What cleaning procedures for computers, self check out
Cynthia Rider
01:31:09
People never admit they are sick
Stacy Lienemann
01:31:22
For sure!
Stacy Lienemann
01:31:27
Busy, busy!
Larra Clark
01:31:29
Misty's first day as director was when her regional library closed!
Abbie Anderson
01:31:37
I know!! Go, Misty!!!!
Juanita Bergman
01:31:57
Will these services continue once libraries open?
Larra Clark
01:32:24
@jody i'll get that!
Cynthia Rider
01:32:33
In Georgia will you limit how many patrons come in?
Lisa Eribez
01:32:39
Right, ppl cough and say "I have allergies, not a cold" even before the COVID-19 crisis!
Abbie Anderson
01:32:51
And yes @Cynthia Rider: people don't *know* if they're sick, and may not know if the symptoms they have are pollen or another sickness...or COVID-19--and no one wants to think they have this thing.
Cynthia Rider
01:32:54
Are you allowed to limit?
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Nan Carmack
01:33:16
go to betsy for volume
Abbie Anderson
01:33:25
asymptomatic transmission is one of the biggest public health challenges in this pandemic.
Cynthia Rider
01:33:37
Definitely
Austin Duffy
01:33:55
How are we going to limit patrons' time in the library when we reopen?
Sarah Scott
01:33:57
Are any libraries thinking about ramping up and strengthening their digital literacy programs? As more people have to increasingly move online, I imagine we will be seeing a greater need for instruction and support.
Ernestina Garcia
01:34:11
We've had alot of digital use with Hoopla and Libby and Overdrive
Beth Steinbach
01:34:41
Do you have the webinar recording link for the topic mentioned on measures being taken for procedures for reopening?
Michele Huie
01:34:48
Thoughts about reopening scenarios from Ontario Province: http://fopl.ca/news/a-roadmap-imagined-scenario-planning-for-post-covid-19-ontario-public-libraries/
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Wendy Zhang
01:35:05
We are doing 1:1 tech support and virtual (tech/non-tech) programs using Zoom. For those who don't have access to the Internet, we have 1:1 tech support via phone calls.
Cynthia Rider
01:35:09
Cool idea using school internet
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile
01:35:10
great idea, Misty!
Lisa Eribez
01:35:11
Do we really want random persons pointing laser thermometers at our foreheads? So what happens next for persons with a high temperature?
Kelly Williams
01:35:15
Yes, we have seen a significant uptick in Overdrive and Hoopla.
Cynthia Rider
01:35:54
We take our own temperatures
Cynthia Rider
01:36:00
Staff does
Cynthia Rider
01:36:09
Honor system
Pat McClary
01:36:09
Our School District has created a simple password and portal to all digital resources in school libraries and our public library without needing their library card.
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Somnath Konduru
01:36:18
Impossible to know who are asymptomatic and shedding the virus
Kelly Williams
01:36:20
Temperature checks can also be misleading, because many people run below normal.
Bridget Ward
01:36:25
Do you have any security concerns with having wifi open in spaces that may not necessarily be regularly staffed or maintained?
Cynthia Rider
01:36:52
We let the police know
Christy Temple
01:36:57
Our staff has been taking a lot of webinars and online classes to help boost our technology skills.
Cynthia Rider
01:37:06
wifi in open spaces
Wendy Zhang
01:37:12
yes, they are not always accurate -- especially the laser thermometers
Bridget Ward
01:37:28
@cynthia thanks!
Cynthia Rider
01:37:35
So far no issues but we are a suburb
Bridget Ward
01:37:53
Yeah, our area is more urban and that has been a concern of some staff.
Sandra Groth
01:37:54
what are best technology sites for upping tech skills people are using
Somnath Konduru
01:38:00
Antibody tests can help to some extent, hopefully they will become available soon
Lucy Lockley
01:38:01
Our hoopla, OverDrive, & Kanopy usage is also up; I've spent a large majority of my work-from-home time during this time ordering eBooks & eAudio through OverDrive
Sara Maloney
01:38:05
I like digitallearn.org
Traci Alma
01:38:18
We are talking with our local workforce development office to provide virtual programs for job assistance
Sarah Scott
01:38:23
Lynda.com is great for more advanced tech skills
Candis Joyce
01:38:26
Who uses digitallearn
Larra Clark
01:38:29
+1 digitallearn.org
Abbie Anderson
01:38:33
Well, there *will* be surges, until we have a reliable, widely available, widely used vaccine
Ernestina Garcia
01:38:39
LinkedIn if a great site for training
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01:38:45
https://www.digitallearn.org/
Rebecca Ryan
01:38:46
Northstar Digital Literacy assessment rolling out online self-paced learnign that lines up with assessments
Elizabeth vonTauffkirchen
01:38:50
We use digital learn.
Candis Joyce
01:39:00
I've been looking at that for training and creating our own tutorials
Katie Dover-Taylor
01:39:00
gcflearnfree.org
Lori Terzi
01:39:10
Privacy issues with LinkedIn -- difficult to recommend it to patrons
Ellie Avis
01:39:11
GCFLearnFree is another good free source for basic digital literacy training
Sheri Miklaski
01:39:12
https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/
Larra Clark
01:39:13
TV white space
Lori Terzi
01:39:37
+1 GCFLearnFree!
Austin Duffy
01:39:38
what does that mean, TV shite space?
Lisa Eribez
01:39:40
SDCL has an extensive emagazine collection, some people just like to read/browse articles and pictures instead of commiting to a book.=)
Stacey Watson
01:39:47
We're keeping an updated list of free and low cost tech resources in Denver https://www.denverlibrary.org/blog/technology/stacey/free-and-lowcost-tech-resources-denver
Cynthia Rider
01:39:48
Why is the park safer for ref work?
Tom Smith
01:39:49
We're big fans of Lynda.Com!!!
Cynthia Rider
01:40:14
Trying to picture it
Abbie Anderson
01:40:16
Open air better than indoors for forestalling transmission (airflow)
Larra Clark
01:40:19
TV white space uses unlicenses spectrum (like wifi but different) to extend library broadband via attena
Lori Terzi
01:40:24
We dropped Lynda.com when it began to require a LinkedIn login -- patron privacy issues
tracy t
01:40:25
Gale has partnered with Udemy to provide it to libraries. We have switched form Lynda to udemy
Candis Joyce
01:40:42
Gigabit Libraries has covered Whitespace in their Friday morning meetings
Marie Jefferies
01:40:48
.
Nan Carmack
01:40:51
go to betsy for volume on wifi
Cynthia Rider
01:40:55
Wouldn't air flow carry spit into you?
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile
01:40:55
cleaning computers
Neil Citrin
01:40:58
Question re keeping WiFi on and social distancing?
Wendy Zhang
01:40:58
We use Lynda.com as well. It has the same content with LinkedIn Learning without that many privacy issues.
Nadiyah Browne
01:41:09
Can you speak about advocacy efforts?
Cynthia Rider
01:41:24
Oh good.
Juanita Bergman
01:41:50
portable charging devices
Cynthia Rider
01:42:05
We have plugs on our porch
Cynthia Rider
01:42:17
Outlets
Lisa Eribez
01:42:32
We removed our outdoor outlets because they were vandalized.
Randi Carter
01:42:54
Thanks everyone and thank you PLA for these awesome webinars. ☺
Sarah Shewbridge
01:42:59
Thank you all!
Pat McClary
01:43:02
thank you all
Saidah Yakasai
01:43:02
Thank you everyone!!!
Courtney Greenblatt
01:43:03
THANK YOU ALL!!
Sarah Scott
01:43:04
Thanks everyone!
Christy Temple
01:43:05
Thanks for all the great information
Victoria Kowanetz
01:43:06
Thank you. This was very informative!!
Cynthia Rider
01:43:06
Solar charging is great!
Larra Clark
01:43:07
http://www.ala.org/advocacy/sites/ala.org.advocacy/files/content/pdfs/CommunityOnePager.pdf
Elizabeth Ferront
01:43:07
thank you!
Ana Gutierrez
01:43:08
Thanks you all so much!
Martha Kapelewski
01:43:09
Thank you very much, this was very informative.
Pat McClary
01:43:09
great info
Stephanie Stoner
01:43:11
thank you everyone!
Samantha Cramer
01:43:14
thank you!
Ann Marie Harvey
01:43:15
Excellent details and ideas...thank you all
Pamela Ryan
01:43:15
thank you!
Cynthia Rider
01:43:16
Thank you
Gabriel Roger
01:43:19
Thank you! This was very informative.
Teresa Vadakin
01:43:19
Thank you all!
Alan Bernstein
01:43:19
thank you
Travis Olivera
01:43:19
Thank you so much!
Emily Cannaverde
01:43:20
Thank you! This was great!
Veronica Coffey
01:43:20
Thank you so much!
Radha Ashok
01:43:20
Thank you
Hali Taylor
01:43:21
Thank you all!
Kelly Kneisler
01:43:21
Thank you everyone! Great information
Nan Carmack
01:43:21
this was great! thanks!
Celine Cooper
01:43:22
Very informative, thank you!
Jenny Gillihan
01:43:22
Thank you!
Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert
01:43:22
Thanks everyone!
Victoria James
01:43:23
Thank you!
Kathleen Naftaly
01:43:23
Thank you all.
Megan Lee
01:43:24
Thank you!
Sharron Lahey
01:43:24
Thanks! Very helpful!
PLA Webinars
01:43:25
Virtual Platform Possibilities – Providing Digital Skilling Resources for Patrons:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/possibilitiesAll upcoming PLA webinars:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars
Somnath Konduru
01:43:25
Thank You
Anna Pelepchuk
01:43:25
Thank you
Robin Walden
01:43:27
Thank you all so much!
Julia Cuddahy
01:43:27
Thank you very much!
Whitney Berriman
01:43:28
Thank you! Lots of good info!
Ellie Avis
01:43:29
Thanks everyone! so much great info.
Wendy Zhang
01:43:30
Thank you
Kathryn Alexander
01:43:30
Thank you
Ethan Stein
01:43:30
Thank you to all of the panelists and to everyone else here, stay safe!
Anastasia Patton
01:43:32
Thank you so much. It was.
Lisa Eribez
01:43:33
Thank you everybody! Great webinar!
Allen Kwan
01:43:33
Thank you
Larra Clark
01:43:34
Totally recommend this webinar next week!!
Donna Comstock-Herman
01:43:35
Thanks
Donna Speakman
01:43:38
Thank you all!
Otter Bowman
01:43:39
thanks!!
SANDRA Iosue
01:43:42
Thank you
Ashley Wagner
01:43:43
Thank you all!
Sue Chaffee
01:43:43
Awesome webinar, thank you!!
Timothy Dickey
01:43:49
Be safe, all!
Austin Duffy
01:44:03
Thank you! Great webinar.
PLA Webinars
01:44:03
Virtual Platform Possibilities – Providing Digital Skilling Resources for Patrons:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/possibilitiesAll upcoming PLA webinars:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars
Tina Brewster
01:44:05
thanks. awesome webinar. very informative.
Tina Mintzer
01:44:06
Thanks so much, be safe everyone!
Ernestina Garcia
01:44:08
We also have several learning portals on our website
Larra Clark
01:44:10
Thank you all! It's a pleasure to be here with you.
PLA Webinars
01:44:11
Virtual Platform Possibilities – Providing Digital Skilling Resources for Patrons:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/possibilitiesAll upcoming PLA webinars:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars
Laverne Bassett
01:44:13
Thank you, very informative! Be safe all!
Janet Bogenschultz
01:44:17
Great webinar! Thank you!
PLA Webinars
01:44:20
Virtual Platform Possibilities – Providing Digital Skilling Resources for Patrons:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/possibilitiesAll upcoming PLA webinars:http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars
Melissa Wallace
01:44:21
Thank you
Roberta Kemp
01:44:25
Thank you!
Ernestina Garcia
01:44:25
Thank you
Lucy Lockley
01:44:29
Thanks1
Lori Terzi
01:44:32
Thank You!
Susan Lipscy
01:44:34
thank you.
Linda Hewitt
01:44:34
Thank you. Amazing what libraries are doing! Linda Hewitt
Lorin Flores
01:44:34
Thank you!
Anastasia Patton
01:44:34
Thank you great info!