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Maximizing and Measuring Virtual Programs - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hello from Indiana.
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Hi from Montreal!
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Beautiful city!
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I've been to Old Montreal. Love it there.
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34:44
hello from Michigan!
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Hi from suburban Philadelphia!
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Hello from California!
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Hello from Whitby, Ontario!
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35:29
Greetings from Harrison, NY in Westchester County
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Hello from Sudbury, Ontario!
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36:03
Hello from California!
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Welcome, everyone!
Bob Kosovsky
36:17
This is being recorded, yes?
Jennifer Fortin
36:27
hello
Laura Keyes-Kaplafka
36:29
Hello from Central Illinois!
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Yes, today's webinar will be recorded.
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Hi from Indianapolis!
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37:00
Hello from British Columbia!
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37:03
Hello from New York City!
Carol Patterson
37:08
Hello from northern Illinois!
Lynn Thomas
37:14
Will the slides be made available?
Donna Bailey
37:18
I just received from IL Secretary of State how we are to measure virtual programing for our IPLAR (state required annual reporting). Kind of confusing so hoping this ties into that and can clear it up..Not due till next year but..hey, take advantage where you can. Hello from Evergreen Park, IL
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Hello from Central NJ!
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Thanks
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Hello from Connecticut!
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38:13
Hello from Tampa, FL
Kimberly Reels
38:14
thank you
Theresa Boulrice
38:24
Hello again this time to everyone from MA
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38:35
Hello from Columbus
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38:45
Hello from Oklahoma!
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38:47
Hello from Dracut, MA
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The PLA staff says hello from Chicago!
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Karrie Bordeau
39:41
hello from Rochester, NY!
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39:49
hello from southern New Hampshire!
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Hello from the Pennsylvania/Maryland border!
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Hi from Bucks County, PA!
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Hi from Waupaca, WI!
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Hi from NJ.
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Hi from NJ!
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Hello from Philadelphia suburbs!
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Hello from NJ!
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Hello from Winder, Georgia!
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Hi from Minnesota!
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Welcome, everyone!
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Hello from Janetville, ON
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Hi from Connecticut
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Hi from Naples, FL
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42:45
Hello from Hamburg, New Jersey
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42:47
Hello from Whittier, CA
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42:48
Hi from Erie, Colorado
Ethan Galvin
43:00
What a broad geographic sampling. GREAT!
Molly West
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Hello from South Carolina!
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43:03
Hello from Gloucester, MA! :)
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43:06
Hello from Butler, PA
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43:16
Hello from Birmingham, Alabama!
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Hello from Fort Collins, CO!
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Hello from Fargo, ND!
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43:25
Hello from Birmingham, AL
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43:29
hi from RI
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43:33
Hello from Salem, OR
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43:35
Hello from Plano, TX
LaVetta Dent
43:37
Oklahoma City, says Hi!
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43:39
Hello! North Liberty IA
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43:49
Hi from Longmeadow, MA
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43:57
Hello from Plano, TX!
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43:58
Hi from Auburn, GA!
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44:03
Hi Em!
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Hello from Toronto, ON
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Omg I used to work at the Richard Salter Storrs library Gail!
Luis Torres
44:19
Hello from Queens, NY
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The name is Rebecca Berezin!
Yanira Sidon
44:26
Hello from Santa Clarita, California
Stephanie Struglia
44:35
Hello from New Castle, DE
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44:43
Oh sorry, hello from Branchburg, NJ
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44:59
Hello, from Milwaukee, WI.
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45:05
hello
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45:06
Hi from Vineyard Haven MA!
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Hello from Richmond, VA!
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45:07
Hello from Everett, WA
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45:08
Hi from Chicago
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45:08
Hello from Queens, NY
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45:14
@gailhurley do you work at the Richard Salter Storrs Library? I used to work there back in high school!! How's Jean doing??? My name is Becca Berezin
Kerry Harmer
45:14
Hi from Calgary, Canada
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45:15
Hello from Austin, Texas!
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45:15
hello
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45:16
Hi from Naples, NY
Sarah Schmidt
45:16
Hello from Northwest Indiana!
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45:18
Hello from Marcia at Dripping Springs Community Library in DS, TX
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45:18
hi from Ebensburg, PA
Alison Clarke
45:20
Hello from Toronto, Canada
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45:20
Hi from Tom’s Place, CA (Mammoth Lakes Library)!
Laura Tucker
45:22
Hi from Birmingham, AL!
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45:27
Hello from Gettysburg, PA.
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45:30
Hello from Anson County, NC
Gail Hurley
45:30
Hi Becca,
Mindy Patterson
45:31
Hello from Fort Wayne, IN
Brandy Finocchario
45:33
Hello from Wadsworth Library in Geneseo, NY. :)
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45:34
Hi from Long Island, NY
Sara Morse
45:36
Hello from Nashville, TN
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45:45
Hello from Waterloo, Iowa!
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45:46
Hi from Puyallup Washington
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45:48
Hello from Rochester, NY
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Rebecca Berezin
46:01
I miss my Longmeadow library family so much!!! They were pivotal in my road to becoming a librarian!!!
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Gail Hurley
46:10
Hi Becca, Jean is well. I live in town but work for the CT state library. Was a page at Storrs in high school. small world. lol
Elizabeth Brown
46:14
Hey from Mayfield KY
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Molli Hall
46:28
Hello from Nederland, Texas
Macklyn Mosley
46:28
Hello from Roanoke, VA!
Rebecca Berezin
46:32
Such a small world! I was a page there in high school too!
Raya Logan-Jackson
46:40
Hello from Columbus, MT
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47:10
Hello from Carlsbad, California
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47:16
Hi everyone from Rock Hill SC York Public Library:)!
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47:37
Decatur, Illinois
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47:38
Hi from Dacula, GA
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47:51
Hi from Salisbury, MD
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47:55
Hello from Dover, NH
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48:10
Hi from Tallahassee, FL
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48:11
HI from Hanover, NH
Rebecca Berezin
48:25
hi from Hudson, NH
Krista Howell
48:26
Hi Rhonda!
Susan Bishop
48:50
Here from Decatur IL
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49:10
Hi, Sue.
Susan Bishop
49:18
Hi John!
Kate Haley Goldman
49:51
Kate HG from Silver Spring MD
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50:01
Hi from Poughkeepsie, NY
Beth Wisniewski
50:07
Hi from Milwaukee, WI
Brett Silver
50:17
Hello all, Brett Silver from Las Vegas NV.
Jessica DiGiovanni
50:20
Hi from Charlotte, NC
BETH ROSANIA
50:22
Hi from Boise!
Robin Harding
50:23
Hi from Brantford, Ontario
Christine Flood
50:24
Hello from St. Charles, IL!
Erik Burton
50:29
Hi from Newmarket, Ontario.
Maria Parker
50:35
Hi From Erlanger, KY
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50:35
Hi from Richmond, VA!
Theresa Mayfield
50:35
Hi from Texas City, Texas!
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50:47
Hello from Orlando, FL!
Teri Markson
50:56
Hi from Los Angeles!
Kristy Szkudlarek
50:57
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Kate Guynn
51:00
Hi Theresa!
Lauren Uruchima
51:19
Hello! Bronx, New York here for New York Public Library!
Carolyn Benjamin
51:36
When people add info to this chat later on, will you please repeat where you live? I find that very helpful. Thank you
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Suanne Wymer
51:59
Teen virtual hangouts
John Schirle
52:01
Online story time, online craft
Cher Douglas
52:01
Writers' Group
Amy Ortiz
52:02
Storytimes, virtual dance parties, book clubs
John McFarland
52:02
A virtual Tabletop Gaming session
Robyn Godfrey
52:02
Virtual Pints & Pages
Natasha Drax
52:05
movie discussions, book discussions
Suanne Wymer
52:05
Storytimes
Katie Rothley
52:06
just storytime currently but we plan to expand, especially for summer reading
Devera Chandler
52:06
Virtual Author Visits, Books Clubs, Storytimes, Job Resources, Gardening
Theresa Boulrice
52:06
Currently working on coding video series
Carolyn Benjamin
52:06
I'm from Wilton CT
Katelyn Coyne
52:06
Virtual maker challenges, book clubs, master gardner seminars
Drea Douglas
52:07
story time,
Suzanne Robinson
52:07
Primarily story time
Natasha Drax
52:07
trivia
Lee Burkhalter
52:07
storytimes, some local bookclubs, some teen technology workshops
Sharon Anderson
52:08
Trivia games, board games
Rachel Hopwood
52:08
book clubs
Cathy Henderson
52:09
Story times, book clubs, photography
Leo Scardicchio
52:09
online games
Lisa Viezbicke
52:09
Cooking information
Marie Maltby
52:09
story time, book club
Katrina Hohlfeld
52:09
trivia, book clubs
Holley Wesley
52:09
I do Zoom book groups and a weekly community discussion
Jenn Matters
52:10
Family trivia, jackbox games, book clubs
Susan Bishop
52:10
weeknight story time
Marty Johannes
52:10
Career and Personal Finance programs
Jessica DiGiovanni
52:10
Book clubs
Sara Huff
52:10
Trivia, teen hangouts
Anne Murphy
52:10
Trivia, story times, book clubs, Talk Time
Emily Valentine
52:10
Book Discussions
Celine Cooper
52:10
Virtual storytimes, mask and other how-to tutorials (youtube videos)
Kelli Miller
52:10
Online storytimes, trying to get our book groups on line,
Samantha DiPietro
52:10
kahoot trivia
Maria Zervos
52:11
story times, steam and craft video
Lina Crowell
52:11
Storytime, maker activities, book clubs,
Kate Etheredge
52:11
Birmingham AL -- gaming, book clubs, trivia, crafts
Marianne Sievers
52:11
Storytimes, book groups
Michelle Ray
52:11
We're hosting book clubs, author talks, story times, crafting club, film screenings, etc.
Melanie Miller
52:11
3 "Crafting in Quarantine" videos a week
Megan Coleman
52:12
Storytimes, book groups, lectures
Ashley Dunk
52:12
Virtual story times, craft for kids, crafts for teens, crafts for adults. Book recommendations
Christy Schink
52:12
Storytime, outdoor activities for kids, adult craft videos
Maureen Garzaro
52:12
Yoga
Jennifer Bartel
52:12
Storytimes, jazz concert, shakespeare lecture
John Schirle
52:12
Local history video
Kristin Schultz
52:13
we have a virtual craft circle
Drea Douglas
52:13
book club
Lisa Nuccio
52:13
Story Times every day, Virtual Book Club YA STEAM
Maritza Vargas
52:13
cooking, craft
Amber Creger
52:13
virtual trivia
Jenny Fry
52:13
Book chat/clubs, English conversation circles
Tommy Skrnich
52:13
yoga
Sarah Jacobs
52:14
We are offering virtual storytimes, weekly at-home activity videos, virtual D&D...
Robyne Pinkerton
52:14
Online Storytimes, DIY crafts, Cooking classes
Lynn Thomas
52:14
storytimes, book chats, tech help
Elizabeth Brown
52:14
Virtual craft videos
Elena Falcone
52:14
breathing exercises to reduce stress
Carina Gonzalez
52:14
Everything! You name it.
Franklin Escobedo
52:15
we are having a book club and staring gardening talks this saturday
Leslie Pate
52:15
Storytime, DIY crafts/activity/ Book Club
Heather Zbinden
52:15
Genealogy and history programs
Kristy Szkudlarek
52:15
Storytime, Makerspace, book discussion, cooking at home
Mary Douglas
52:15
Sing Alongs, Story Times, Book Clubs, Crafting, Teen Advisory board
Suanne Wymer
52:15
Book discussions/clubs
Melissa Huette
52:15
Story times and book grou
Diane Annunziato
52:15
Book Clubs, Storytimes, Yoga, Author Visits
Maria Parker
52:15
mindfulness yoga, how to crafts for adults and kids, storytimes, tech time
Jessica Allmon
52:16
We're doing a lot of facebook and instagram posts to get people talking, storytime, we're filming activites to do at home!
Meg Mitchell
52:16
family trivia nights, story times, escape rooms
Samantha Rusk
52:16
Virtual Author/Illustrator Visit, Virtual Book Club, Craft Videos, Story videos
Raya Logan-Jackson
52:17
storytime and chapter book program
Lisa Viezbicke
52:17
Tai chi
Danielle Duran
52:17
Storytime, Quaratime (a all kind of activites which we feel like doing for the day)
Marcia Atilano
52:17
story times, chair exercise, book club
Stephanie Walker
52:17
On-line story times, book discussion, virtual knit and crochet night
Thelma Tracy
52:17
Genealogy
Kate Guynn
52:17
Storytime, Toddler Time, Crafts, building challenge and new books
Kendra Thompson
52:17
dungeons and dragons
Jill Shaul
52:17
we're tiny so we didn't have programming before now, but now we're being encouraged to do story time even though we didn't have it before
Kathleen Troppmann
52:17
adult trivia night, nature program, writing workshops
Melanie Miller
52:17
book club
Katelyn Coyne
52:18
tai chi
Kristin Holman-Steffel
52:18
books, activities, cooking with kids
Natasha Drax
52:18
zumba
Molly Virello
52:18
Sgtorytimes, digital escape room, cooking tutorials, yoga
Becky Tkacs
52:18
Facebook live storytime, trivia night, craft night
Suanne Wymer
52:18
Yogo too!
Carolina Contreras
52:18
Zoom Book club meeting
Laura Jandacek
52:18
teen groups
Karen Stevens
52:18
book clubs (MA)
Barbara Hansen
52:19
Read Alouds, storytimes, Wee Workouts
Maria Zervos
52:19
book and movie discussions
Lisa Jacobs
52:19
Storytimes, cooking classes, craft programs, lectures, book discussion, yoga, trivia
Kimberly Reiter
52:19
Storytime, science experiments, art lessons, crafts, yoga
Courtney Holtzman
52:19
Story Time, Book Club, Cooking, Escape Room!
Leslie Kesler
52:20
Cabarrus County, NC: story times, adult book discussion, D&D, genealogy class
Molly West
52:20
virtual book clubs, tutorials
Ariel Zeitlin
52:20
Author conversations
Kelly Brouillard
52:20
storytime, book clubs, crafts, book talks
Sue McConnell
52:20
storytimes, scavenger hunts
Kate Transue
52:20
we're creating 5-10 minute quick bite videos based on whatever people are passionate and knowledgeable about
Jenna Neugebauer
52:20
storytimes, STEAM programs
Linde Furman
52:20
Storytime, mindfulness, coding, crafts, science projects, book lists
Christine Flood
52:20
Zoom Meetings & Webinars for resumes, LinkedIn, and interviewing
Amber Creger
52:20
escape rooms
Rachel Hopwood
52:21
stem challenges to try at home
Carolyn Benjamin
52:21
Zentangle in CT
Ashley Dunk
52:21
Book clubs
Karan Storlie
52:21
Live Facebook crafts
Robyne Pinkerton
52:21
Scavenger Hunts
Ellen Solomon
52:22
Arts and crafts
Rebecca Berezin
52:22
we did a scavenger hunt
Jodie Nelson
52:22
craft video
Susan Hoffman
52:22
Book clubs, story times, garden club, tech help, craft clubs
VALENTINE Kephart
52:22
online storytime, and programs that were prerecorded
Jenny Fry
52:22
Storytimes
Mary Voors
52:23
lego club
Bonnie Anderson
52:23
online storytimes, digital dance party, yoga, meditation, STEM
Jennifer Clark
52:23
Oshawa, Ontario. Virtual story times, book clubs, bibliotherapy, activity pages.
Andrea Hilliard
52:24
Bilingual story time on FB live, Book clubs on Zoom
Marilyn St. Pierre
52:24
storytime; STEAM video links
Lisa Varra
52:24
Storytimes, book clubs, history and art programs
L Lakari
52:24
Still doing story times and STEAM, teen rpg, but people seem to be fatiguing
Lisa Viezbicke
52:24
Job search
Stephanie Struglia
52:24
board games
Tom Jensen
52:24
Cooking, read along, sing along, hooping
Janet Wingard
52:25
Fitness videos and craft times
Kelli Miller
52:25
social media posts
Macklyn Mosley
52:25
Roanoke, VA- Storytimes, Teen Virtual Role Playing, Stem and DIY crafts, Yoga, Live band
Laura Jandacek
52:26
make it
Cheryl MacGregor
52:26
story times, children's steam programming, cooking,
Margaret LaTour
52:26
STEAM every Friday, News and Views, ESL group, book club
Mari Martin
52:26
New bookclubs (3), cooking clubs, storytimes, self-care programs with local health care professionals (meditation, yoga, supplement health)
Lisa Lockheart
52:27
Online storytimes, book talks, DIY projects, service tutorials, service overviews, virtual escape room,
LaVetta Dent
52:27
Online storytimes, book clubs, virtual gaming
Melissa Huette
52:27
oh and lego club too
Lina Crowell
52:28
Crafts, paid performers, employment help
Stephanie Smith
52:28
online storytime, book chats, creative's meetup hangout, and book clubs
Lori Hinderliter
52:28
Story times, book talks, job searching assistance, genealogy programs
Jennifer Zappulla
52:28
Music bingo for adults
Ariel Zeitlin
52:28
Book clubs
Erik Burton
52:28
knitting
Theresa Boulrice
52:28
Recycled craft videos
Elena Falcone
52:28
medicare counseling
Paul Bethke
52:29
virtual Escape rooms
Amber Creger
52:29
crafts
Kristin Holman-Steffel
52:29
STEM activities
Suanne Wymer
52:29
Legos
Sue McConnell
52:29
yoga, painting, crafts
Carol Coffey
52:29
Storytimes, craft demos, cooking, book discussions, meditation, scavenger hunts, bingo
Cheryl MacGregor
52:29
bookc lubs
Samantha DiPietro
52:29
globetrotter programs
Nancy Eames
52:29
Small business assistance, virtual book group
Leah Hunter
52:29
storytime, crafts, book club discussions, armchair virtual trips
Drea Douglas
52:29
knitting club
Montoya Megerle Barker
52:30
travel programs
Amanda Wilkerson
52:30
Art programs, book club, story time
Jessica Allmon
52:30
We're working on a virtual summer reading program right now
Lauren Chambers
52:30
book clubs, teen hangout, crafts, STEAM how-tos
Kelly Brouillard
52:30
Maker challenges
Christina Frisbie
52:30
Genealogy meetings!
Ashley King
52:30
Storytimes, Zoom babytimes, bookclubs for kids and adults,
Lisa Varra
52:30
Cooking demos
Lisa Jacobs
52:30
Spring reading club
Rebecca Berezin
52:31
STEM experiment
Emery Courtney
52:31
STEAM programs, book clubs, storytimes
Kelli Miller
52:32
reader's advisory
Susan Wolf
52:33
current events, storytime, lectures, movies
Holley Wesley
52:33
yoga, art tutorials, Nailed It programs
Klem-Mari Cajigas
52:33
Nashville Public Library: storytime. Google "NPL Universe"
Molli Hall
52:33
story times and crafts
Amy Senning
52:33
Librarians chatting about books, movie etc available through hoopla and Overdrive, Yes book clubs.
Maria Zervos
52:33
tech help
Ariel Zeitlin
52:33
Librarian chats
Laura Keyes-Kaplafka
52:33
Storytimes from History
Elena Falcone
52:34
adult literacy tutoring
David Cherry
52:34
Crafts
Ashley King
52:35
Stem challenges
Megan Coleman
52:36
online tech help
Katelyn Coyne
52:36
teen anime clubs, teen lit cafe
Giovanna Iannace
52:36
Baking, Tai Chi, Tibetan Sound Healing, Yoga, Creative Writing Workshops
Jennifer Clark
52:37
weekly STEAM activities
Amy Ambler
52:38
Craft tutorials, science experiment videos
Monica Norton
52:38
Crafts, social time, storytime
Lisa Jacobs
52:38
ESOL
Melisa Duncan
52:38
Online storytime, Book parties, kids' gardening videos, emoji poetry contest
Jocelyn Covert
52:39
Discussion programs (books, tv, etc), convo groups for newcomers, Leading Readers with teen volunteers, chair exercises, book clubs, virtual Mini-Con, etc
Maritza Vargas
52:39
sing along in English and Spanish
Stephanie Walker
52:39
nutrition and mental health
Rhonda Crist
52:39
story time, crafts, cooking demos
Jessica Olzak
52:39
Story times, trivia, book discussions, Dungeons and Dragons virtual group, stich and chat
Laura Jandacek
52:39
book reviews
David Cherry
52:40
STEM
Amber Creger
52:40
dial-a-story
Amalia Butler
52:40
Storytimes and Maker projects
Rebecca Berezin
52:40
and origami for kids
Ariel Zeitlin
52:40
Adult School
Becky Miller
52:40
Virtual escape rooms via Google Forms
Kelly Brouillard
52:40
STEAM activities
Meg Mitchell
52:41
book groups, lectures on genealogy and bird watching
Paula Blackburn
52:41
Book clubs, meditation, storytimes, craft videos, guest speakers
Jasmin Agosto
52:41
dance, read alouds, cooking, home gardening, live music, artist talks
Jeanne Kauffman
52:41
Book talks
Drea Douglas
52:41
health webinars that were supposed to be live in person
Bob Kosovsky
52:42
book clubs
Marcia Atilano
52:44
women in confidence (financial planner presents)
Lisa Nuccio
52:44
Art History, DIY Crafts
Danielle Duran
52:44
Activites that parents can do with children with everyday items
Erin Weaver
52:44
virtual storytime, cooking, pilates, gaming, ,sensory stoytime, STEAM
Samantha DiPietro
52:45
crafts, STEM, book clubs
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52:45
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Elizabeth Brown
52:46
doodle videos for stress
Jenna Neugebauer
52:46
trivia nights
Leslie Pate
52:46
STEAM
Teri Markson
52:47
LAPL - storytimes, breathwork and meditation, book clubs, YA career panels, citizen science
Lina Crowell
52:47
Yoga, belly dancing
David Cherry
52:47
cooking
Megan Coleman
52:47
book talks
Sue McConnell
52:48
science experiments
Jenny Fry
52:48
Writing Prompts Challenge, STEM
Sharon Anderson
52:49
baking, gardening
Jessica Allmon
52:49
Art day and trivia
Maritza Vargas
52:49
make and bake
Melissa Williams
52:49
Story Times, Crafting videos, yoga, STEAM, RA, puppet shows
Emery Courtney
52:50
early learning programs
Melisa Duncan
52:51
book clubs
Becky Miller
52:52
Craft videos
Brandy Finocchario
52:52
Tech tutoring
Lori Michelon
52:52
makerspace projects
Bonnie Anderson
52:52
Online book club, database discovery adventure
Lisa Jacobs
52:53
Gardening programs
Heather Zbinden
52:55
Crafts, meditation, yoga, book clubs
Marilyn St. Pierre
52:55
book clubs
Amy Ortiz
52:56
Dance
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52:56
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Amber Creger
52:57
drawing workshops
Kerry Harmer
52:57
maker workshops, VR workshops (Academic Library)
Jennifer Clark
52:57
English Conversation Circles, Crafters Circle
Samantha Rusk
52:57
Archive Item Stories
Stephanie Walker
52:57
steam activities
Anne Murphy
52:58
Summer reading events - Harry Potter, external presenters, activities around simultaneous access ebooks
Lisa Viezbicke
52:59
Teen anime club
Jodie Nelson
52:59
video game tournaments
Rebecca Berezin
52:59
author interviews
Drea Douglas
53:00
Did I just see someone say belly dancing?
Ariel Zeitlin
53:00
Teen Advisory board
Kristin Holman-Steffel
53:00
Themed weeks for kids
Holley Wesley
53:00
children's does storytimes, virtual tours, art tutorials, ramping up summer reading now too
Thomas Rankin
53:01
Choose Your Own Adventure based on our SRP themes.
Klem-Mari Cajigas
53:02
Also from Nashville Public Library in TN: a cooking show!
Lynne Miller
53:02
cookbook club, cooking demostrations coffee & conversation, STEM demos
Kristin Holman-Steffel
53:03
drawing club
Christy Schink
53:04
Sharing virtual programs from other libraries with out patrons too!
Heather Zbinden
53:04
Language classes
Ashley King
53:04
nature in your neighbourhood
Amber Creger
53:06
video game tournaments
Sheila Konen
53:07
Spring REading program, book clubs, storytimes
Jenny Fry
53:07
Literature Club for Seniors over the phone
Samantha DiPietro
53:07
little chefs, storytimes live and recorded
Ethan Galvin
53:08
Concerts and Exercise classes, Bedtime Stories, ESL classes, Book Discussions, Cooking classes
Jennifer Villalobos
53:09
Storytimes, virtual hangouts, school-age crafts and STEAM programs, book talks, virtual readers advisory, digital resource tutorials
Annie King
53:10
math competition prep workshops, book clubs
Frances Hanemaayer
53:11
We're refraining from offering our own, pointing customers to other resources through our website instead (b/c there's so much available, and we're not able to devote resources to creating our own)
Carol Coffey
53:12
Also computer and tech classes, lectures, fitness
Lina Crowell
53:13
tutorials on using some of our online resources
Rebecca Berezin
53:14
zoom doodle and zoom dance party
Lisa Jacobs
53:14
Concerts
Amanda Wilkerson
53:15
virtual escape rooms
Julie McAllister
53:15
story time, cooking tutorial, daily drawing challenge, yoga
Lisa Lockheart
53:15
All summer programming will be virtual
Karen Stevens
53:16
in MA: storytimes, bookclubs, cooking & cookbook club, writing group for kids, ESL conversations, tech @ home
Lauren Chambers
53:16
how to start a small business. partnered with a community group
Marcia Atilano
53:18
County Master Gardeners/Master naturalists online
Becky Miller
53:18
Beanstack reading challenges
Marianne Sievers
53:18
chapter a day readaloud for teens
Thomas Rankin
53:18
Small Business Spotlight videos is one that we are planning right now.
Theresa Stephens
53:19
working on rewriting the Summer Reading program to be completely virtual online challenges
Allison Norfolk
53:19
book clubs, crafts, game nights, D&D
Anne Murphy
53:20
Craft & Chat groups
Maritza Vargas
53:20
knitting group meet up
Sharon Anderson
53:23
booktalks (library is open for drive-thru pick up of holds)
Megan Benson
53:23
those who are doing yoga programs, are staff offering these programs or are you working with yoga teachers in your community
Salena Coller
53:23
Story times, Science Programs for children, and BookBits (Book talks). Plans for Financial aid workshop for. We are planning on expanding our virtual programs now and when we open to the public.
Cheryl MacGregor
53:25
gardening session
Stephanie Walker
53:27
book bingo and scavenger hunts, virtual escape rooms
Macklyn Mosley
53:27
Scavenger Hunts
Julie McAllister
53:27
book clubs
Jenny Fry
53:29
online Summer Reading Club for kids
Mary Beth Mulligan
53:29
yoga, gardening, health webinars, book and game clubs, crafts
Lisa Nuccio
53:32
Word scrambles, emoji guessing games
Macklyn Mosley
53:32
Band Performances
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53:32
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Lisa Jacobs
53:34
Career counseling one-on-ones, social work intern one-on-ones
Suanne Wymer
53:34
PAWS for Reading - 1|1 reading to therapy pups
Vanessa Quesada
53:35
storytimes, adult bookclubs via zoom
Klem-Mari Cajigas
53:36
Nashville, TN: I think there is a virtual Book Club from Adult Services
Ariel Zeitlin
53:38
Indie Author Day
Kristin Holman-Steffel
53:38
genealogy articles
Marcia Atilano
53:39
all summer programs for June
Jessica Olzak
53:40
Also, virtual escape rooms...we've done 4 of them so far in the past month.
Jessica Allmon
53:41
We're also posting about things we're doing to around the library to keep connected to patrons
Jennifer Clark
53:45
partner group for Co-parenting during COVID-19
Jocelyn Covert
53:47
recorded readings - chapters, short stories, picture books
Macklyn Mosley
53:48
Ancestry and Genealogy demos
Bonnie Anderson
53:51
SRP program is all online, all activities have been converted to virtual
Lina Crowell
53:52
local author reading her book
Lisa Jacobs
53:54
Genealogy lectures
Matthew Steinmetz
53:57
Master gardener vidoes, book clubs
Melissa Gibson
53:57
Facebook Live concerts, craft instructions such as crochet stitches, cooking videos made by staff, book discussions and of course the story times, etc. from the children's side
Giovanna Iannace
53:57
Opera from Home, Maker-in-Residence crafts, Children's crafts
Ethan Galvin
54:00
Puppet Shows
Lisa Varra
54:08
Lisa Jacobs, are you in Oregon? I have a friend with the same name!
Marie Jefferies
54:09
Master Gardeners, History with local museum
Jenny Fry
54:09
Staff Picks - short videos on our YouTube channel
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54:10
www.projectoutcome.org
L Lakari
54:17
Garden and genealogy webinars
Jodie Nelson
54:25
history videos, geneology classes
Brandy Finocchario
54:26
Online storytime, escape rooms and scavenger hunts.
PLA Webinars
54:27
https://www.projectoutcome.org/
Daphne Bechrakis
54:32
We are doing facebook live virtual introductions to our databases, especially for assisting elearning
Michelle Batcher
54:39
Nature videos for kids
Karen Vermut
54:42
author talks, guided meditation, crafts for adults and children, book club, concerts, plus ESOL, adult learner, job and resume service
Lina Crowell
54:42
scavenger hunts
Heather Zbinden
54:48
Knitting Help through Zoom
Deirdre Johnson
54:48
Teen Council meetings, presentations, Facebook premier events
Lisa Viezbicke
54:48
Get to know Zoom
Anne Murphy
54:59
Genealogy group, writing groups, Humanities WA virtual events, escape rooms
Jessica Allmon
54:59
We've been making instructional videos on using some of our online resources as well
Debby Verba
55:01
storylines, interactive programming, book quiz contests, recipes, games
Jessica Olzak
55:24
Local author Expo and local poet readings
Bonnie Anderson
55:42
once we open- at least for curbside pickup- we will have grab and go bags with crafts and STEM activities. Each one will be based on a story
Marita Coombs
55:44
We are doing Facebook live story times, remote ESL, remote book groups, poetry, and live streaming cooking programs and author events.
Ariel Zeitlin
55:52
FB book talks
Ethan Galvin
56:19
Peaceful Poetry Reading Series
Allison Norfolk
56:21
poetry readings, short scenes from plays
Marie Jefferies
56:37
Book Clubs through GoodReads
Deirdre Johnson
56:40
We have remote ESL too - thanks for mentioning, Marita! Also virtual author visits and presentations
LaVetta Dent
56:53
Citizenship classes
Anne Murphy
57:09
Book groups, author visits, virtual book-a-librarian
Brett Silver
57:16
We do an over the phone book club, and phone training with our BARD service. We actually serve mostly seniors so that's why we've used the phone more so than online platforms.
Celine Cooper
57:21
Conversations in English have been moved to Zoom, as well as English tutoring
Karen Fischer
57:33
Storytimes in English and Spanish, teen hangouts and gaming, writer group meets, escape room, stem activities, recipe exchange with community, book talks, reader advisory sessions and more
Mary Davis Fournier
57:34
Anyone already using Project Outcome for your virtual offerings now?
Celine Cooper
57:49
not us (Boulder, CO)
Ariel Zeitlin
57:58
No (Montclair, NJ)
Lisa Lockheart
57:58
We are also planning Dial a Story this summer (for patrons who may not be on social media.)
Amalia Butler
58:08
I've used PO in the library and figuring out how to use it now virtually.
Marilyn St. Pierre
58:09
I started using Project Outcome surveys with my STEAM events this year. Great feedback from the kids!
Lisa Lockheart
58:18
No, we are not using Project Outcome for any of these.
Carol Coffey
58:23
Mary David Fournier, we’re trying but it’s hard to get the survey link in front of the participants so we’re not getting much response so far.
Lisa Lockheart
01:00:02
@Carol Coffey, I can see how that would be difficult.
Christina Frisbie
01:00:54
Do you have the link for the Toolkit to share?
Jenny Fry
01:00:58
We are using Project Outcome
Sharron Lahey
01:01:03
Tool kit looks useful.
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01:01:18
https://www.projectoutcome.org/
Suanne Wymer
01:01:26
Toolkit is EXTREMELY useful!
Melissa Williams
01:01:30
We do have access to Project Outcome at my library. But I am not sure how many, if any, are currently measuring anything other than video views.
Lisa Lockheart
01:01:31
Does Project Outcome have any plans to target a survey to virtual programming? That would be more useful.
Oscar Gittemeier
01:01:34
Does Project Outcome have surveys that directly link to IMLS/LSTA grant requirements?
Deirdre Johnson
01:01:42
Yes, @Carol Coffey and @Mary David. We just had a meeting this morning and discussed how to expand our reach.
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Heather Zbinden
01:02:07
How would you recommend getting the PO survey to Facebook Live, YouTube Live programming?
Samantha Oakley
01:02:07
Yup! I have that question flagged for the end
Suanne Wymer
01:02:40
Ditto Heather's question!
Lisa Lockheart
01:02:48
We are running a survey through Orange Boy/Savannah.
Kate Haley Goldman
01:02:50
+1 Heather
Holley Wesley
01:03:11
Tech is usually the biggest barrier I encounter
Theresa Boulrice
01:03:21
I agree
Jenny Fry
01:03:31
Things are changing so fast!
Alexandra Skinner
01:03:32
Barriers: Access - patrons have to have internet and devices to attend
Lisa Lockheart
01:03:39
TECH nightmares. absolutely!
Susannah Violino
01:03:41
Tech barrier on the side of the presenter.
Robyn Godfrey
01:03:47
Barrier: learning the various platforms!
Jill Shaul
01:03:48
trying to push virtual programming when you weren't even allowed to have a virtual presence until a month ago has been a real challenge
Melissa Williams
01:03:54
Tech is a barrier. Not all members of the community have internet or computer access, so it is not reaching as many as we would like or would normally do if it were in person.
Brett Silver
01:03:57
What about virtual outreach programs? We're a specialized library so we're trying to promote awareness about our program and what we do. Now that we can't do face to face outreach what are some recommendations?
Melanie Miller
01:04:02
Barrier- access to internet
John McFarland
01:04:03
Technology can be the biggest barrier if you don't have the proper tech at home in terms of recording videos and editing them.
Deirdre Johnson
01:04:08
Yes. And right now, people with limited access are using their tech for very specific things.
Macklyn Mosley
01:04:11
Algorithms can be tough to spread reach of virtual programs when sharing to social media.
Lina Crowell
01:04:16
some people don't have internet access at home
Lisa Lockheart
01:04:17
Things that work one day on Facebook don't the next day!
Sharron Lahey
01:04:18
External interruptions (children running upstairs all day) and bandwidth (often dropped) are frequent barriers.
Amanda Wilkerson
01:04:26
County rules about what tech we can use, what platforms, what staff can do themselves
LaVetta Dent
01:04:26
lack of access
Holley Wesley
01:04:28
Host muting is my best friend
Lina Crowell
01:04:32
Lisa, that happened to me yesterday
Molli Hall
01:04:42
We love doing story time online because we aren't dealing with toddlers who run around the whole room and their moms do nothing to stop them.
Jessica Allmon
01:04:42
Barrier: many of our patrons are older and have trouble with the technology
Amy Ambler
01:04:44
Patrons being overwhelmed with virtual content from everywhere. How do you stand out/provide what they really need?
Katelyn Coyne
01:04:44
for children's programming--safety--(ie zoom bombing)
Carina Gonzalez
01:04:46
OoO attention bandwidth. Great term!
Brett Silver
01:04:48
What about virtual outreach? Any recommendations?
Christine Flood
01:04:48
Yesterday's Senate Hearing via Zoom had a dog barking! If they can't prevent that...
Melisa Duncan
01:04:49
Tech to have the proper equipment and budget to film virtual programs. Social media formats are changing fast and have issues.
Courtney Holtzman
01:04:54
Benefits: capturing some audiences that we didn't have before. Pushing our creativity!
Susan Hoffman
01:04:55
Right equipment. We are now doing storytimes from home. Just phones
Kelli Miller
01:04:56
Social media engagement
Stephanie Walker
01:04:59
Lack of access here. Lot’s of our patrons don’t have access to computers
Christine Flood
01:04:59
flexibilty
Michelle Ray
01:05:01
Low cost!
Ethan Galvin
01:05:01
Tracking accurate attendance is a problem.
Erik Burton
01:05:03
Live sessions seem good for social "community hub" kind of things, but if there's real learning and details, something canned an pre-recorded works better.
Thomas Rankin
01:05:04
Highlighting digital resources
Emery Courtney
01:05:04
Benefit: connections with the community
Amalia Butler
01:05:04
benefit: families able to view programs on their own time
Mari Martin
01:05:04
Way more benefit than barrier.
Oscar Gittemeier
01:05:05
reaching a larger audience. Storytime views in the hundreds
Drea Douglas
01:05:05
Can have people participate around the world
Jenny Fry
01:05:06
Historical "no" has flipped to "yes"
Stephanie Struglia
01:05:06
To offer programs to people no matter where they live
Katelyn Coyne
01:05:06
benefit: reaching more people than you could fit in your space
Carina Gonzalez
01:05:06
Accessibility! Captions, etc.
Jennifer Clark
01:05:07
We reached a larger audience than our in-house programming.
Rosemary Farrell
01:05:07
Can reach people that don't live in your service area.
Heather Hall
01:05:08
Connecting with persons who otherwise would not be involved.
Danielle Duran
01:05:08
Interacting with our regulars and their children who don't really understand what is going on
Amber Creger
01:05:09
screen time and littles
Melanie Miller
01:05:09
Reaching people that normally can't make it to library programs
Ariel Zeitlin
01:05:09
Benefits: larger group can attend
Kristin Holman-Steffel
01:05:09
Making the circle wider
Devera Chandler
01:05:10
Modifications for those with disabilities!!!!!!
Lina Crowell
01:05:10
we have experienced increased attendance at virtual programs over in person programs
Laura Keyes-Kaplafka
01:05:11
re-connecting with friends you haven't seen
Abigail Williams
01:05:11
barriers to access with patrons
Erica deBin
01:05:13
We're reaching homes beyond our city through online programs
Kerry Harmer
01:05:13
introverts are more comfortable
Holly Storck-Post
01:05:13
Room size can be expanded if needed
Angela Barratt
01:05:14
we've been doing a collaboration with our city
Christy Schink
01:05:14
Have been so surprised at the reach, # of views of storytimes.
Sarah Herford
01:05:14
Agree with Amy - creating programs that stand out when everything is becoming virtual
Lisa Lockheart
01:05:14
Benefit would be higher reach/engagement virtuallyu
Kelli Miller
01:05:15
No time limits of the library
Susannah Violino
01:05:15
new people now coming to the programs
Christine Flood
01:05:15
Less lead time was required vs programs in meeting rooms
Margaret LaTour
01:05:16
Change of scenery for story time
Brett Silver
01:05:16
What about virtual outreach programs? Any recommendations?
Marilyn St. Pierre
01:05:16
Benefit: staying connected with patrons
Teri Markson
01:05:16
Staff creativity!
Megan Rothlauf
01:05:17
A lot of libraries are sharing their programs
Sharon Anderson
01:05:18
We are getting larger storytime numbers for our FB Live storytimes than we typically do in the library.
Kelly Brouillard
01:05:18
people can 'participate' on their time
Lori Hinderliter
01:05:19
Reaching new people
Lynne Miller
01:05:21
Ability to reach customers who cannot get to the library
Jessica Allmon
01:05:22
Benefit: we're getting to be creative with programing that we didn't have time for
Tom Jensen
01:05:22
Programs can be viewed after program airs
Karan Storlie
01:05:23
Registration not needed
Klem-Mari Cajigas
01:05:24
No need for transportation
Kerry Harmer
01:05:25
inclusivity
Amanda Wilkerson
01:05:25
Benefits- families that couldn't get to the library at times when programs happen can watch anytime online
Drea Douglas
01:05:26
Can have speakers from around the world! We are having a Greek poet later this month!
Robyn Godfrey
01:05:26
Benefit: longer reach of outreach
Lisa Nuccio
01:05:26
Working parents can join story times that are recorded and can't come during the day
Andrea Hilliard
01:05:27
Benefit: staff love it!
Anne Murphy
01:05:27
Different staff are excelling and getting involved with some of the programs
Macklyn Mosley
01:05:27
Benefits-Connection to some patrons and social media engagement. Offering resources and information for patrons they may have missed.
Sharron Lahey
01:05:27
Able to spread census importance
Lisa Viezbicke
01:05:27
Presenters not otherwise available to be on site
Deirdre Johnson
01:05:27
It’s easier to get programmers from further away - no travel fees
Kelli Miller
01:05:28
Can be accessed anywhere
Danielle Duran
01:05:29
giving people a chance at feeling something normal
Maria Bonilla
01:05:29
People who cannot use technology
Melissa Williams
01:05:29
Virtual gives us the opportunity to share more of our databases to a larger audience
Ashley King
01:05:30
accessibility, some people can never get to the library ever. Now they can.
Marcia Atilano
01:05:31
programs we pay for, especially in summer, are less expensive
Verena Getahun
01:05:31
Accessibility (rewatching, changing tempo, captions)
Kate Etheredge
01:05:32
attendees who can't physically come in
Jenny Fry
01:05:33
great staff attitudes
Jocelyn Covert
01:05:34
I had a deaf attendee in a Zoom program last night and she was using software to translate our conversation for her
Angela Barratt
01:05:34
we've been doing a collaboration with our city's nature center, so they get both at the same time
Theresa Mayfield
01:05:36
Reaching people with disabilities.
Allison Singleton
01:05:38
Benefits - Reaching audiences outside our physical location. We have had audiences from as far away as Germany.
Raya Logan-Jackson
01:05:38
reaching more patrons and available anytime
Oscar Gittemeier
01:05:38
provides greater accessibility for those with various abilities
Lisa Lockheart
01:05:39
Ability to share
Athanasia Fitos
01:05:40
getting patrons up to speed with software and devices, complicates outreach
Heather Hall
01:05:41
Patrons share with their family and friends.
Lisa Varra
01:05:42
Barrier is online fatigue and competition with other online programs
Kristin Holman-Steffel
01:05:42
can be shared on other pages
Marie Maltby
01:05:43
sharing and learning programs from other libraries
LaVetta Dent
01:05:46
working parents can participate
Lina Crowell
01:05:46
the need for staff to learn new technology
Melissa Williams
01:05:48
Increase in e-materials as well
Courtney Holtzman
01:05:49
It's allowing more collaboration and creativity among our staff!
Jenn Matters
01:05:50
Transportation is an issue here as we're mostly rural patrons
Heather Zbinden
01:05:58
Brett Silver - define what virtual outreach is to you… I’d consider all virtual as outreach.
Lynne Miller
01:06:00
You can reach people across the county!
Drea Douglas
01:06:02
Can be saved to our Youtube channel
Terese Scheiderich
01:06:02
older patrons who don’t drive at night can attend events
Mary Voors
01:06:07
Bringing staff up to speed on virtual programming skills
Holley Wesley
01:06:08
low cost and time flexibility has been great. I am seeing more new people than I normally do. A community member that moved away a couple of years ago now attends regularly, seeing former neighbors
Lisa Lockheart
01:06:09
We're learning new things everyday!
Molli Hall
01:06:09
One of my friends who moved to the other side of the state gets to attend my story time with her kids every week
Andrea Hilliard
01:06:10
Barrier: no approved platform to host recorded content
Lina Crowell
01:06:11
reluctance to host a virtual program
Kimberly Carletta
01:06:12
Barriers - availability of supplies
Amalia Butler
01:06:13
barrier--bandwidth when trying to facilitate program from home
Devera Chandler
01:06:14
Internet access
Dena Kelly
01:06:14
no training provided
Lisa Lockheart
01:06:14
Bandwidth
Heather Zbinden
01:06:14
Lag time
Allison Singleton
01:06:14
Barriers - Zoombombing
Karan Storlie
01:06:14
Limited materials
Christine Flood
01:06:14
Mistakes! Privacy challenges!
Katelyn Coyne
01:06:16
safety
Kristin Holman-Steffel
01:06:16
The feeling of isolation
Megan Rothlauf
01:06:16
harder to reach patrons
Carina Gonzalez
01:06:16
"you're muted"
Drea Douglas
01:06:16
zoombombing
Melissa Huette
01:06:17
attendance and interest
Lisa Lockheart
01:06:17
Lag time
Franklin Escobedo
01:06:18
tech and internet access
Marcia Atilano
01:06:18
population who don't have access
Danielle Duran
01:06:19
Not everyone has the tech to watch
Sarah Matthews
01:06:19
Lack of supplies at home
Lori Hinderliter
01:06:20
Tech limitations
Kate Transue
01:06:20
hesitancy from staff.
Celine Cooper
01:06:20
software and hardware limitations
Ariel Zeitlin
01:06:21
My own tech learning curve
Marianne Sievers
01:06:22
digital divide in the community
Sarah McClure
01:06:24
SCREEN OVERWHELM
Theresa Boulrice
01:06:24
Lack of tech or knowing how to use tech
Daphne Bechrakis
01:06:25
Lag and customers not having internet access
Christy Schink
01:06:25
Staff are afraid of it.
Mari Martin
01:06:25
Our non-computer owning patrons.
Jennifer Clark
01:06:26
co-ordination of staff and program ideas
Lisa Nuccio
01:06:26
a lot of patrons do not use tech a lot (older)
Julie McAllister
01:06:27
publisher permission
PLA Webinars
01:06:28
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Rosemary Farrell
01:06:28
screen fatigue
Oscar Gittemeier
01:06:28
missing entire sections of the city. the digital divide is striking
Megan Benson
01:06:29
providing good, authentic programs
Stephanie Walker
01:06:29
lack of access for patrons, tech issues with gotomeeting
Marilyn St. Pierre
01:06:30
no access to tech at certain homes
Amalia Butler
01:06:31
staff without tech at home
Amber Creger
01:06:31
screen burnout
Kate Etheredge
01:06:31
getting the word out to folks not on Social Media
Sharon Anderson
01:06:32
Sound issues--someone walking by or conversations in the background
Celine Cooper
01:06:32
Yes to screen time too much
Kelli Miller
01:06:32
Digital INEQUITY! Can't assume everyone has access to the things you need to Zoom
Erica deBin
01:06:33
Loss of interaction
Lisa Lockheart
01:06:34
Digital divide
Thomas Rankin
01:06:34
As a city institution, we have to do things tax free. This has been a barrier with trying to connect with Zoom.
Susannah Violino
01:06:34
lack of attendees
Amy Senning
01:06:34
older patrons without an interest in trying computers/ zoom
Ariel Zeitlin
01:06:34
Zoom fatigue
Jodie Nelson
01:06:34
figuring out how to use the technology, not having everything you need at home
Emery Courtney
01:06:35
staff capability
Allison Norfolk
01:06:35
publicity to people who don't use social media or library website.
Maria Bonilla
01:06:36
People who can’t use technology
Kimberly Carletta
01:06:36
availability of supplies people have at home
Mary Beth Mulligan
01:06:36
digital divide
Carolyn Benjamin
01:06:37
Wilton, CT: a lot of work for a small number of attendees
Sarah Herford
01:06:37
accurately determing attendance
Jenn Matters
01:06:38
Seniors not able to or interested in tech classes
Devera Chandler
01:06:38
PRIVACY CONCERNS
Margaret LaTour
01:06:38
comfort level for going LIVE on FB
Leah Hunter
01:06:40
training to use technology format
Tom Jensen
01:06:40
Oversaturation of digital content
Jenny Fry
01:06:41
shifting sands, unable to pivot quickly enough to service vulnerable folks
Stephanie Struglia
01:06:43
Competition with other online programs
Danielle Duran
01:06:44
wifi and internet not avaiable
Julie McAllister
01:06:45
confidence of staff to do it
Drea Douglas
01:06:45
performance issues - if the speaker doesn't have a great camera system.
Deirdre Johnson
01:06:46
The major barrier to live programming is magnified in the digital world: people don’t think of us.
Heather Hall
01:06:47
Solving tech problems of others when you aren't there.
Shasta Quinn
01:06:47
lack of interaction with the kids
Amanda Wilkerson
01:06:47
Copyright rules
Marcia Atilano
01:06:48
time to learn new software/apps
Daphne Bechrakis
01:06:50
Older patrons being afraid to use new tech
Grace Engelbrecht
01:06:54
being one person, recording, setting up stuff myself and editing videos after. Not having an assistant or extra person behind the camera
Jonathan Clark
01:06:55
Too much content!
Brett Silver
01:06:55
What about virtual outreach events? Any recommendations?
Oscar Gittemeier
01:06:56
lack of broadband / fiber
Amalia Butler
01:06:56
inequity in staff home situations
Kelli Miller
01:06:57
We have patrons who LIKE the in-person programming
Amber Creger
01:06:57
staff fatigue
Mary Beth Mulligan
01:06:58
patrons getting bored
Kimberly Carletta
01:06:58
screen time overload
Salena Coller
01:07:00
Recorded webinars are easier because you can edit the video if there is error and add contact information. The downside is people do not have chance to ask questions during presentation.
Robyne Pinkerton
01:07:01
Parents anti excess screen time
Jessica Allmon
01:07:02
Reaching people who don't follow our web presence
Laura Jandacek
01:07:03
patrons that don't feel comfortable using tech
Susan Hoffman
01:07:05
Lack of interaction
Jenny Fry
01:07:06
decisions today seem silly in a week
Jennifer Clark
01:07:06
no real plan due to never having done this before
Lisa Nuccio
01:07:07
patrons who don't have internet at home
Raya Logan-Jackson
01:07:10
Lack of training and experience in recorded programming
Melisa Duncan
01:07:12
No budget for tech to do it. Not everyone with Internet and devices. Burn out for staff. Not enough time to train staff to do it properly with some level of quality.
Ethan Galvin
01:07:20
Cost of virtual as opposed to live.
Jeanne Kauffman
01:07:26
Tough to compete with professionally produced screen program
Deirdre Johnson
01:07:30
Patrons are getting exhausted by computers. Being online too much.
Courtney Holtzman
01:07:32
Trying to translate class content from a physical setting to virtual. We can't necessarily see patron's screens, so it can be more difficult to assist them in learning.
Becky Tkacs
01:07:39
Getting the word out - not everyone uses Facebook or visits our website regularly
Amber Creger
01:07:44
learning curve for staff for going virtual can be overwhelming
Lina Crowell
01:08:00
it's hard for me to do storytime without kids in attendance
Victoria Klehn
01:08:01
Staff being sent home, but not allowed to actually work from home. Not all users are interested in virtual programs.
Lisa Lockheart
01:08:07
Facebook auto captioning is a joke!
Victoria Klehn
01:08:28
For those doing online film screenings, what platform did you use? What about copyright issues? licensing?
Amalia Butler
01:08:34
some staff do not have computers or internet at home; may also have other responsibilities during this time (sick family members and/or homeschooling)
Salena Coller
01:09:12
Marketing virtual programs is a challenge since many libraries have limited budgets for marketing. I think the VP website has to be simple and create a small palm card/business card to promote it when we open to the public.
Kate Transue
01:09:26
some staff have tech barriers, but many of them are nervous about interruptions/trolls/doing anything live
Susannah Violino
01:11:10
There is also the barrier of needing additional software or learning that new software. What if library doesn't have budget to pay for that new software?
Lisa Lockheart
01:11:27
Some of our patrons are having a hard time finding our Facebook Live videos on our page when they are live. We tried putting the Live inside the event so that it would notify "Interested" participants but that didn't seem to work. Are you having better luck going live on the main wall or within an event?
Salena Coller
01:11:36
Summer Learning Program is going virtual this year! Good luck every!
Theresa Boulrice
01:11:40
We’ve been digging around to find free resources.
Theresa Boulrice
01:11:55
Such as software
Kimberly Reiter
01:12:09
Lisa, we create an event but our live videos are on the regular Facebook page, not in the event.
Susannah Violino
01:12:14
For Facebook Live you need additional co sponsors. We did one with another organization and so it got more views.
Kimberly Reiter
01:12:55
We also download our Facebook Live videos and upload them to YouTube to allow those who don't have Facebook to watch them.
Theresa Wang
01:13:04
Reminding customers to Follow our Page to get Notifications of when we go Live helps, too
Lina Crowell
01:13:16
Our Facebook Live programs are on our main Facebook page. We have had great attendance based on the number of views after one minute.
Heather Zbinden
01:13:17
If you pre-schedule your FACEBOOK LIVE (same with YouTube Live), FB will create a post and then that post is the easiest why for patrons to find that link. Pre-scheduling through FB LIVE studio help with promos too.
Brett Silver
01:14:14
In some cases we serve inmates, and I don't believe they get access to computers.
Lori Michelon
01:14:31
Makerspace - making crafts and art - my co-worker and I are having a LOT of trouble figuring out how to actually connect with kids on SM
Jenny Fry
01:14:50
engagement
Lisa Lockheart
01:14:54
Ditto
Rosemary Farrell
01:14:58
Lori--have to keep them simple. It's hard.
Kate Transue
01:14:59
engagement for us as well
Holley Wesley
01:15:00
community engagement
Jocelyn Covert
01:15:01
keep our community engaged
Theresa Boulrice
01:15:03
Literacy Tip Videos for parents
Kristin Schultz
01:15:06
edhcat
Raya Logan-Jackson
01:15:11
Engagement, entertainment,
Margaret LaTour
01:15:11
keep connected with customer
Angel Suhrstedt
01:15:11
preserving routine for early childhood kiddos
Katrina Hohlfeld
01:15:12
just fun and relaxation for teens
Courtney Holtzman
01:15:13
Capture the teen audience in our community.
Trina Huffman
01:15:14
community collaboration
Jocelyn Covert
01:15:15
demonstrate our value even while closed
Ariel Zeitlin
01:15:18
Bringing diverse authors to audiences
Amy Senning
01:15:19
Learning local history
Lisa Lockheart
01:15:21
at home learning support
Devera Chandler
01:15:21
Keeping the community involved and remembering the library is still available digitally
Alix Frazier
01:15:23
Creativity
Laura Tucker
01:15:25
community engagement
Thomas Rankin
01:15:25
Engaging our patrons and highlighting local businesses! (making connections in the community)
Anne Murphy
01:15:25
Entertainment + social engagement (trivia, craft circles)
LaVetta Dent
01:15:26
reconnect with our customers
Laura Jandacek
01:15:26
engagement is the main goal for us too
Macklyn Mosley
01:15:29
STEAM stay-at-home crafts: Community Engagement and Hands on Education.
Marianne Sievers
01:15:29
demonstrate value to stakeholders
Mari Martin
01:15:31
Encourage folks to use our eBook/OVerDrive/Libby/Hoopla and show how easy it is.
Stephanie Walker
01:15:31
social chatting and crafting to help people through this stressful time
Theresa Boulrice
01:15:32
Literacy support
Katelyn Coyne
01:15:32
for back to basics sketching series: goal: build confidence in sketching and drawing
Julie McAllister
01:15:33
engagement, entertainment
Holley Wesley
01:15:33
more specifically: adult community engagement (I'm not in children's)
Laura Keyes-Kaplafka
01:15:33
Subtle education of historical facts in with early childhood storytimes.
Karan Storlie
01:15:34
Staying connected
Jodie Nelson
01:15:34
continued engagement with our patrons
Drea Douglas
01:15:36
Memoir writing - help patrons record memories for next generation. Skill building, engagement, entertainment.
Meg Mitchell
01:15:37
INTERACTIVE entertainment
Amanda Wilkerson
01:15:37
family engaged in activity truly together - parents too
Danielle Duran
01:15:38
making connects with those who are at home
Lori Michelon
01:15:39
simple we do - it’s getting kids on to SM without overstepping privacy
Susannah Violino
01:15:39
provide familiar programs for patrons such as book club
Ariel Zeitlin
01:15:39
Building and nurturing a community of readers
Lisa Jacobs
01:15:40
Helping people relax and relieve their anxiety
Klem-Mari Cajigas
01:15:41
Continue to engage community and educate while closed
Heather Zbinden
01:15:41
Staying on the patron’s radar.
Rosemary Farrell
01:15:41
provide some peace via Sound Bath & meditation
Paula Blackburn
01:15:42
engagement and community entertainment. a place our patrons can be educated and entertained
Suanne Wymer
01:15:42
Teens engagement with other teens, not just w/ the library
Leah Hunter
01:15:43
use creativity and learning new skills
Marcia Atilano
01:15:46
book club: stay connected over a book
Kelli Miller
01:15:47
Sustaining program engagement through the pandemic
Donna
01:15:47
Provide people with skills they can use during COVID-related unemployment
Shelley Reddy
01:15:47
Address health and food insecurity by showing how to cook unusual ingredients
Teri Markson
01:15:48
Continuity
Lynne Miller
01:15:48
point customers to our other electronic resources, e-materials, etc.
Lisa Lockheart
01:15:49
connection
Amber Creger
01:15:50
family engagement
Kendra Thompson
01:15:50
introduction to new experience
Samantha DiPietro
01:15:51
entertainment- providing a fun break
Megan Rothlauf
01:15:52
Providing activities that patrons can do from the comfort of their home with the resources they already have
Marianne Sievers
01:15:53
engage patrons
Sheila Konen
01:15:54
Skills building
Stephanie Steinwedel
01:15:55
reduce feelings of isloation
Montoya Megerle Barker
01:15:57
personal enrichment
Mari Martin
01:15:59
Building community.
Jennifer Clark
01:16:00
connection, engagement, literacy, curriculum support
Ethan Galvin
01:16:01
Edcational programs
Lina Crowell
01:16:01
staying connected with patrons
Deirdre Johnson
01:16:02
I would love to use this opportunity to grow our audience, so more people come visit us when we open.
Lisa Lockheart
01:16:06
Raisng awareness of services
Ashley King
01:16:08
maintaining a semblance of routine for patrons and staff benefits mental health.
Jenny Fry
01:16:15
not yet
Mari Martin
01:16:17
Working on a Grant for this.
Linde Furman
01:16:18
Yes
Trina Huffman
01:16:20
yes
Cheryl Sidwell
01:16:20
yes
Salena Coller
01:16:21
Teach customers how to utilize JobNow from Brainfuse, so they create a good resumes without common spelling and grammar skills.
Laura Keyes-Kaplafka
01:16:21
Not yet.
Kristin Schultz
01:16:23
not yet
Margaret LaTour
01:16:23
no
Lisa Lockheart
01:16:23
Not yet, not open to public
Holley Wesley
01:16:23
when we're able to reopen to the public, yes
Matthew Steinmetz
01:16:24
Yes
LaVetta Dent
01:16:24
not yet
Lisa Nuccio
01:16:25
Brainfuse JobNow
Jennifer Clark
01:16:25
no
Ariel Zeitlin
01:16:25
Grant research
PLA Webinars
01:16:25
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Rosemary Farrell
01:16:27
We want to but we are closed and people are not able to use our computers
Thomas Rankin
01:16:27
We are making plans for later to tackle that issue.
Allison Norfolk
01:16:27
helping local organizations stay afloat by keeping them in the public eye
Lina Crowell
01:16:30
we have had some employment help programs
Alix Frazier
01:16:30
we built a page with additional tools
Devera Chandler
01:16:31
Yes. Job resources and digital financial support
Lisa Varra
01:16:36
We are sending out Financial Literacy tips on Facebook
Lisa Viezbicke
01:16:39
Forthcoming program (June)
Kelli Miller
01:16:40
We are thinking about doing some one-on-one help with our reference folks for patrons
Jenny Fry
01:16:40
planning stages
Sheila Konen
01:16:40
Planning to work with resume writing and small business resources
Africa Garcia
01:16:42
we created info videos on how to apply
Sharron Lahey
01:16:44
Email resume help. Also zoom resume help
Marcia Atilano
01:16:45
promoting AtoZdatabases which has a great job search tool
Lisa Jacobs
01:16:45
Yes we have a one-on-one career counselor
Courtney Holtzman
01:16:45
We teach "Job Seeker" classes currently, so I would like to adapt this virtually alongside our career resources.
Danielle Duran
01:16:48
we have other organizations join in with us to provide content for the public via libe
Rosemary Farrell
01:16:48
in contact with small business association to do programs or one-on-one
Erik Burton
01:16:49
The local employment organizations strongly didn't want us to be involved beyond directing traffic to them.
Cheryl Sidwell
01:16:52
Hard b/c many of our patrons that need job resources don’t have digital access
Lisa Lockheart
01:16:52
WE have Brainfuse, and have promoted it, but can't seem to get people interested
Lina Crowell
01:16:53
financial literacy was well attended
Trina Huffman
01:16:55
we have collaborated with the centre for employment and learning
Anne Murphy
01:16:55
Putting together a program to help a targeted group get tech certification.
Sharon Anderson
01:16:57
We have been doing instructional videos for using our digital resources
Ethan Galvin
01:16:59
We helping Health Dept with Contract Tracing
Maria Parker
01:17:01
we have group meeting on job resources, how to find a job, resume writing and other trainings for unemployment.
Paula Blackburn
01:17:07
Links to county and city, local job resources, job fair announcements, etc.
Rosemary Farrell
01:17:08
looking into job search programs/instruction
Katrina Hohlfeld
01:17:13
now offering Lynda
Lisa Varra
01:17:16
Collaborate with other libraries in your area to share resources and ideas
Lisa Nuccio
01:17:23
Trying to have a virtual Hurricane Preparedness lecture for Hurricane Season.
Holley Wesley
01:17:25
LearningExpressLibrary's Job and Career skill center is great
Christina Frisbie
01:17:40
I really wish I could see what the other attendees are commenting on here too, but nobody other than the repeated PLA Webinars reply shows up.
Karen Vermut
01:17:43
yes. Our Job and Business Academy had shifted online to provide business advise and resume help
Mari Martin
01:17:44
Fun! Easy.
Sharon Phillips
01:17:48
Helping all our libraries in the state (NY) be able to offer some virtual programs, esp for Summer Reading. Many libraries are very small, rural, have few staff.
Stephanie Walker
01:17:59
enjoy there time and be able to de-Stress a little
Lori Michelon
01:18:06
outcome for makerspace - connect on SM with 10, 11, 12-yr-olds - they do not have accounts!
Grace Engelbrecht
01:18:17
Yes Sharon!
Jennifer Clark
01:18:19
gain awareness of resources
Drea Douglas
01:18:23
knowledge of resources
Stephanie Walker
01:18:24
share crafting knowledge and advice
Shauna Scholl
01:18:24
patrons will be able to access and utilize digital resources
Kelli Miller
01:18:28
Open up a virtual dialogue of what patrons want from the library in regards to resources
Teri Markson
01:18:37
Continue to consider library a valuable resource for information
Donna
01:18:39
Enhance confidence in digital skills and ability to troubleshoot
Kelli Miller
01:18:40
We don't want to assume what they need
Susannah Violino
01:18:43
Provide knowledge so they feel less lost.
Drea Douglas
01:18:48
knowledge of community - know other people in this situation.
Macklyn Mosley
01:18:48
Provide everyone equitable education on preparing for a job/applying for a position.
Karan Storlie
01:18:49
Knowing the library is still available to the community
Lauren Chambers
01:18:49
greater confidence applying for jobs or unemployment online
Mari Martin
01:18:50
Ease of use. Build confidence.
Debby Verba
01:18:51
awareness of resources
Melisa Duncan
01:18:57
Learn what job-related resources we offer. Learn how to search for and apply for a job online.
Marcia Atilano
01:18:59
feel confident in knowing how to use job search function of AtoZdatabases
Mary Beth Mulligan
01:19:00
feel like their time was not wasted by participating, whatever the program
Brett Silver
01:19:02
Is there an increase in knowledge about your programs and services?
Holley Wesley
01:19:06
Maintain the library as a destination, the heart, in the community
Amber Creger
01:19:08
Making space for families to get together and spend time.
Sharon Anderson
01:19:09
Increased patron confidence in using digital resources
Sharron Lahey
01:19:11
For library resources, I would want patrons to gain confidence finding credible information, gain some control of their situation
LaVetta Dent
01:19:11
connecting customers with needed resources
Amalia Butler
01:19:12
empower caregivers to strengthen early literacy skills in children under their care
Jenny Fry
01:19:16
skills, confidence
Kristin Schultz
01:19:18
learn what resources are available
Leah Hunter
01:19:19
help people find information and confidence of using resources
Lisa Lockheart
01:19:20
Did you and your child have a good time?
Lina Crowell
01:19:21
continue to develop a love of reading in young children
Lynne Miller
01:19:23
increased and sustained skills in using the library's e-resources
Lisa Lockheart
01:19:36
Did you learn something about a library service
Anne Murphy
01:19:36
feeling less isolated through engagement with others; learn skills
Montoya Megerle Barker
01:19:41
Outcome: increase circulation of specific evideos
Ariel Zeitlin
01:19:42
I find this approach to be overly didactic
Amy Senning
01:19:44
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Brett Silver
01:19:48
Is their an increase in patron base?
Oscar Gittemeier
01:19:51
Does Project Outcome have survey templates that parallel IMLS/LSTA grant outcomes. Are any states currently using Project Outcome in this way?
Courtney Holtzman
01:19:52
Gained confidence is a great one! More knowledgeable about what resources the library offers.
Ethan Galvin
01:20:03
Make people aware of our databases.
Katelyn Coyne
01:20:05
Confidence in ability as an artist/maker
Margaret LaTour
01:20:07
early literacy skills for parents
Amanda Wilkerson
01:20:09
Empower parents as teachers where they may not have the confidence/skills to make learning fun/engaging
Mari Martin
01:20:23
Staying in touch.
Brett Silver
01:20:25
Increase in patron base.
Salena Coller
01:20:35
Outcome: Learn how to use JobNOw when they need help editing their resume and utilize free resume templates and online tutoring
Deirdre Johnson
01:20:39
Agreed, Brett!
Karen Stevens
01:20:40
What are realistic outcomes if your goal is engagement?
Melisa Duncan
01:21:23
Do you feel confident in your ability to fill out a job app online?
Lauren Chambers
01:21:29
What skill did you learn that you plan to use?
Margaret LaTour
01:21:30
Did you learn something new that will help teach your child new reading skills?
Mari Martin
01:21:30
Were you satisfied with the program? If not, tell us what you were missing.
Donna
01:21:40
Were you able to download an ebook to your device?
Drea Douglas
01:21:47
Do you feel ready to now to write up your resume?
Courtney Holtzman
01:21:49
Do you feel more confident in how to create your own resume to assist you on your job search?
Carina Gonzalez
01:21:52
Name one way podcasts can improve your life.
Lina Crowell
01:21:52
Are your children enthusiastic about the library?
Brett Silver
01:21:56
Being that we serve patrons that are low vision or blind many use screen reading software so accessibility's a huge factor with our patrons.
Lee Burkhalter
01:21:58
After today's webinar are you more confident in engaging your child with school readiness skills?
Ariel Zeitlin
01:21:59
I feel that this seminar is focused on remedial services rather than enrichment. How do you apply this to enrichment?
Marcia Atilano
01:22:01
Are you able to successfully use the job function of AtoZdatabases or are you confident in using the job function of AtoZdatabases
Ali Turner
01:22:02
@Karen S: I"m interested in your question about how to measure engagement with outcomes
Marie Maltby
01:22:03
survey
Teri Markson
01:22:08
Do you feel confident using the library
Lauren Chambers
01:22:18
How likely are you to recommend this program to someone else?
Stephanie Walker
01:22:19
do you feel part of a crafting community and skillful enough to engage others in crafting
Melisa Duncan
01:22:22
Do you know of more online resources at the library than you did before you attended this event? If so, which ones?
Dena Kelly
01:22:38
was this worth your time?
Lee Burkhalter
01:22:40
After the program today what new idea will you incorporate in your job search?
Jenny Fry
01:22:47
How did this writing prompt challenge affect your writing process?
Katelyn Coyne
01:22:50
How would you like to use these techniques in a future piece of art?
Devera Chandler
01:22:54
Were you able to update your cover letter based upon your job application?
Amanda Wilkerson
01:22:58
Would you do this activity again on your own (with your child)?
Abigail Williams
01:23:00
Were you able to successfully complete the craft?
Debby Verba
01:23:02
have you tried using a new resource from our library?
Heather Zbinden
01:23:05
I like that Dena - was it worth the patrons time?
Macklyn Mosley
01:23:09
Did we assist you in gaining knowledge of prepping your resume and its presentation?
Montoya Megerle Barker
01:23:11
did you learn about a new library resource
Melisa Duncan
01:23:27
Do your children ask to go to the library?
Robyn Godfrey
01:23:33
What can the Library do yo enhance your at-home experience?
Courtney Holtzman
01:23:33
Do you see yourself do this activity on your own after learning this new skill?
Lori Hinderliter
01:23:44
Were you able to create an account for an online job database?
Katelyn Coyne
01:23:44
Do you feel more confident in your ability to sketch/draw?
Lisa Lockheart
01:23:57
Did you review [XYZ] resource?
Melisa Duncan
01:23:59
How often do use the library's website now?
Megan Benson
01:24:04
those who offer yoga, is it a library employee or a yoga teacher in the community?
Mary Davis Fournier
01:24:11
Totally borrowing some of these fantastic questions!
Holley Wesley
01:24:20
I am also interested in questions to measure engagement. All I can think of are questions about satisfaction with the programs.
Julie McAllister
01:24:21
yoga teacher for us
Diane Annunziato
01:24:24
Yoga teacher from the community.
Shubha Pathak
01:24:25
do the children learn any rhymes or connect with objects at home
Mary Davis Fournier
01:24:43
sooo meta.
Ethan Galvin
01:24:50
Did the poetry reading offer you peace and tanquility?
Ali Turner
01:24:52
In a virtual environment you can also measure if patrons stay for they whole program by looking at stats (related to was it worth their time)
Shubha Pathak
01:24:57
say for example the clock is like a circle
Elizabeth Brown
01:25:00
I usually ask that if patrons did the craft at home to take a picture and put it in the comments
Cecilee Salyers
01:25:06
Library employee, attained yoga certification as CE.
Lisa Lockheart
01:25:27
WE ask storytime families to post a picture of themselves watching or interacting with the storytime. Some really cute pictures.
Karen Stevens
01:25:29
Yes, I don’t think I know how to measure outcomes when goal is engagement. All I can think of are questions about satisfaction with the programs.
Jenny Fry
01:25:38
What did you learn from reading this book?
Courtney Holtzman
01:25:40
In our fiber arts meetups: are you interested in attending again next week? Or Do you feel like you were able to connect more with fellow knitters/crocheters in your community?
Kate Haley Goldman
01:25:49
Something about how connected you feel to the library
Amalia Butler
01:25:52
@Alli Turner: I have used that data to make adjustments to my virtual programs.
Lisa Lockheart
01:25:53
Did you check out any of the books we talked about today?
Deirdre Johnson
01:26:16
Do you feel you can now make a Tok Tok shuffle dance video? Would you like to share your video with us?
Jenny Fry
01:26:35
What's the one thing you'd suggest to improve this programs?
Deirdre Johnson
01:26:41
Will you tell your friends about this program?
Brett Silver
01:27:16
Sorry about repeat chat posts folks. I myself am using screen reading software and zoom isn't the most screen reader friendly.
Salena Coller
01:27:32
Do you think the JobNow (Brainfuse) service will help you improve your resume, so you gain new employment?
Cecilee Salyers
01:27:36
No worries.
Cecilee Salyers
01:27:56
But Zoom should take note of that, though.
Emily Buser
01:28:10
what are parental permissions/privacy issues around asking questions of students under 18?
Brett Silver
01:28:15
There's not always a confirmation that my chat posted, so that's why.
Jenny Fry
01:28:21
How do I preserve the chat?
Kate Haley Goldman
01:28:32
*****Great question about the parental permission!!***
Deirdre Johnson
01:28:32
Good question, @Emily Buser!
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We'll capture and share the chat transcript with the webinar recording.
Sharon Anderson
01:28:55
Thank you
Meg Mitchell
01:28:58
What’s a good response rate? 50% or more of attendees?
Cheryl Sidwell
01:29:20
How do you do this for pre-recorded programs that patrons can access at anytime?
Jenny Fry
01:29:27
I'll have to see if Microsoft Teams can do that, we are not permitted to use Zoom
Lauren Chambers
01:29:40
Great question Meg! I'd love to know that as well.
Joanne Piombino Browning
01:30:08
How has attendence been at virutal programs?
Katrina Hohlfeld
01:30:12
@Cheryl could you ask at the end of your ecording for them totake a survey and then provide ink?
Ali Turner
01:30:16
We share a Qualtrics link as part of program content to collect responses for pre-recorded programs
Amalia Butler
01:30:20
@Cheryl Sidwell: I was thinking about possibly recording a short video asking patrons to fill out a survey. For example, to add the survey video to the storytime playlist. I am not sure, thoug.
Macklyn Mosley
01:30:22
Could you offer a Zoom Focus group?
Cheryl Sidwell
01:30:29
@Katrina - will try that….see what kind of response we get
Courtney Holtzman
01:30:39
Kahoot is a super fun tool! But I use those more internally than with the public. Still a good tool though.
Salena Coller
01:30:51
The less survey questions the better. Library patrons dislike long surveys with 10 plus questions.
Ali Turner
01:30:56
love that @Maclyn, we are seeing the intersection of programs and community engagement online...
Giovanna Iannace
01:30:59
We have large numbers sign up for our virtual programs and then about half actually show up
Joanne Piombino Browning
01:31:24
thank you
Lina Crowell
01:31:27
We have had great attendance at virtual programs so far.
Brett Silver
01:31:37
That just doesn't apply to library patrons. I personally hate long surveys too. lol
Lynne Miller
01:31:49
We link a survey in our Zoom chat so that participants can easily click through to the form. Super easy.
Sharon Anderson
01:32:05
Are the slides available?
Shannon Pauley
01:32:07
We usually only send a 2-5 question survey
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A follow-up email will be sent to all attendees (typically within 1-3 business days) with a link to the webinar recording. Also included will be the chat transcript, PDF versions of the slides, and a link to a boilerplate certificate of completion for this webinar that you can personalize as needed.
Jenny Fry
01:32:25
Book chats
Karen Stevens
01:32:26
trivia program?
Bonnie Anderson
01:32:33
how about engagemenf for a digital dance party
Shannon Pauley
01:32:35
We send most through our enewletter but are going to try a fb poll
Jessica Allmon
01:32:39
We're doing a passive trivia program
Holley Wesley
01:32:42
Coffee Klatch is our weekly community discussion
Deirdre Johnson
01:32:46
OK, Engagement could be the number of people watching a library video of a craft or storytime
Erik Burton
01:32:47
An outcome for engagement events could be that users express an interest to return for a future session.
Marie Maltby
01:32:50
live read
Lori Michelon
01:32:52
working with underage kids and SM - how to do that
Jenny Fry
01:34:20
thanks
Courtney Holtzman
01:34:49
I ask that in my classes a lot. What was your big takeaway? Or what was the more difficult or most fun part of the class/program?
Rebecca Millerjohn
01:35:06
they could share what they made? if you were doing a Facebook maker program. they could post a picture or share their products? that would show they were engaged in the process
Salena Coller
01:35:09
We are also going to social media and Eventbrite to promote our virtual program.
Rebecca Millerjohn
01:35:45
they could ask a question about the book- that would show that they were engaged in the book talk/storytime or program. you could monitor those interactions
Lisa Lockheart
01:35:57
We are mostly hearing from their parents
Kate Haley Goldman
01:36:03
That’s not enough, it could violate COPPA
Macklyn Mosley
01:36:09
What are your thoughts on offering a Zoom Focus Group with a few specific patrons from varying background, nationalities, and economic statuses?
Kate Haley Goldman
01:36:11
Both the chat and the survey
Rebecca Millerjohn
01:36:23
just engaging in the chat by a certain number of attendees would give you information about the “engagement” of the program
Christina Frisbie
01:36:34
My question is: Have you considered using a different meeting software other than Zoom, especially considering all the technical difficulties with the chat feature today?
Theresa Boulrice
01:37:15
One of my coworkers uses Discord for teen programming because teens are so familiar with it.
Jenny Fry
01:37:28
We must use MS Teams
Deirdre Johnson
01:37:30
I’m starting to do that now, too.
Sarah Herford
01:37:34
Any advice for accurately measuring engagement and attendance for virtual programming (specifically pre-recorded videos posted to social media or YouTube where live chat interaction is not available)?
Brett Silver
01:37:36
Google hang out and skype are really good platforms. Google hang out is especially accessible.
Deirdre Johnson
01:37:47
Discord, I mean. Also Google meet
Courtney Holtzman
01:38:11
We use Discord for a D&D program, but our IT dept isn't allowing is for other programs currently from a security standpoint. Could change.
Amalia Butler
01:38:15
@Sarah Herford: In the YouTube analytics tab you can see how long people actually viewed.
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Hi Christina, if you'd like to discuss this further please email me directly at shofmann@ala.org. Thanks!
Theresa Boulrice
01:38:39
Roll20 is another great platform for D&D it even provides digital dice for those who don’t have any
Kate Haley Goldman
01:38:45
It would have been better to ask questions in the Q&A here, as then we could have upvoted
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ALA Public Programs Officehttp://www.ala.org/aboutala/offices/ppo/
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01:38:57
Programming Librarianhttps://programminglibrarian.org/
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Submit programs you are proud of:https://programminglibrarian.org/submit/
Amalia Butler
01:39:17
@Sarah Herford: You can also see which days and times of day they viewed for individual videos.
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ALA Planning for Reopening Resourceshttp://www.ala.org/advocacy/planning-reopening-resources
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Working Together on Planning, Policy and Legal Issues for Reopening a Public Library: The Board, the Attorney and the Librarianhttp://www.ala.org/united/legal
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01:40:18
Libraries Contemplate Re-Opening (Public Libraries Online)http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2020/04/libraries-contemplate-re-opening/
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ALA Pandemic Preparednesshttp://www.ala.org/tools/atoz/pandemic-preparednessPLA Resources on COVID-19http://www.ala.org/pla/issues/covid-19
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IMLS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updateshttps://www.imls.gov/coronavirus-covid-19-updatesMitigating COVID-19 When Managing Paper-Based, Circulating, and Other Types of Collectionshttps://www.imls.gov/webinars/mitigating-covid-19-when-managing-paper-based-circulating-and-other-types-collections
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OCLC COVID-19 Information and Resources to Helphttps://www.oclc.org/en/covid-19.html
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01:41:05
National Survey of Libraries Response to COVID-19http://www.ala.org/tools/libraries-respond-covid-19-survey
Amalia Butler
01:41:23
Thank you, Emily!
Sharon Phillips
01:41:24
What about accessibility issues with virtual programs so patrons with visual or other disabilities will be able to participate? We want to be sure to address this and encourage our libraries to take it into consideration.
Stephanie Walker
01:41:39
Thank You
Cecilee Salyers
01:41:45
+1 Sharon
Courtney Holtzman
01:41:50
This was a great webinar. Thank you!
Maria Parker
01:41:56
Thank you!
Lee Burkhalter
01:41:56
Thank you!
Brett Silver
01:41:59
Amen, I was just saying that earlier.
Robin Harding
01:42:00
Thank you!
Mary Davis Fournier
01:42:05
And why it's important to let us know what you think:)
Victoria Klehn
01:42:08
Thank you
Donna
01:42:09
Thank you so much, this was so helpful!
Susannah Violino
01:42:09
Lots of info here for me to look at. Thank you.
Paul Bethke
01:42:21
Thank you
Brandy Finocchario
01:42:21
Thank you for a great webinar!
Deirdre Johnson
01:42:24
Thank you so much!
Paula Blackburn
01:42:28
Thank you! A lot to look into and research.
Amatul Momin
01:42:33
Thank you Emily! Great webinar and lots of resources :)
Elizabeth Brown
01:42:43
Thanks Everyone
Ethan Galvin
01:42:44
Very educational and informative webinar.
Molly West
01:42:44
I appreciate the info!
Theresa Mayfield
01:42:47
Thanks!
Salena Coller
01:42:50
Great information. Thanks panelists and attendees.
Giovanna Iannace
01:42:54
Thank you! Looking forward to receiving Chat dialogue
Gail Hurley
01:42:57
Thank you very much for the great info. Bye Becca. Nice "meeting" you.
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If the post-webinar evaluation doesn't open in a browser window when you leave the webinar, here's the link:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZPWTJTH
Mary Davis Fournier
01:43:11
Thank you!
Melissa Huette
01:43:14
Thank you Emily and Samantha! This was super informative.
Lori Michelon
01:43:15
Thank you!!!
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http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/superstar2020
Lori Hinderliter
01:43:20
Thank you!
Duy Tran
01:43:20
Thank you!
Marianne Sievers
01:43:21
thank you!
Marilyn St. Pierre
01:43:24
THANK YOU!
Franklin Escobedo
01:43:26
thank you!
Samantha Oakley
01:43:26
Thank you, everyone!
Oscar Gittemeier
01:43:26
Thanks!
Farrell Howe
01:43:26
THank you
Mary Donovan
01:43:26
thank you!
Mari Martin
01:43:27
Thank you!
Gabriel Rogers
01:43:28
Thank you for this webinar.
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Emery Courtney
01:43:28
Thank you!!
Michelle Ray
01:43:29
Thank you!
John McFarland
01:43:30
Thank you so much!
Laura Jandacek
01:43:30
Thank you!
Jonathan Clark
01:43:38
Thanks!
Leslie Pate
01:43:40
Thank you!
Anya Alsobrook
01:43:48
Thank you