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K-12 Libraries' Responses to the Pandemic
Video Trust is a nonprofit organization that provides professional development and film resources for K-12, public, and academic librarians. Learn more and sign up for our monthly newsletter at videotrust.org.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit the US, K-12 classrooms across the nation went virtual — most for the first time and with little or no preparation. Library personnel at the school, district, and state levels played a critical role in responding. Building from our April 23 Live Community Event, this webinar will offer K-12 library participants an opportunity to listen and share their experiences relating to uses of streaming and video technology.

What worked and what didn't?

What can school libraries do better?

What did we learn that we can use again?

Video Trust will seat a panel of librarians to kick off the discussion, and individual attendees are invited to join LIVE at this important community event. The information you gain may help inform your library's operations for months and possibly years to come, even after the pandemic has become history.

Jim Wilson (Canyons District, Utah)
Erin Berry (Caddo Parrish Public Schools, Louisiana)

May 14, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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