Covid-19 And Libraries

Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only. Information on COVID-19 is changing rapidly, and you should refer to the rules and recommendations of your local authorities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the most up-to-date information.

There are so many questions surrounding how and when schools libraries will reopen . To help you plan, we collected some useful materials to share with you. From germ prevention to traffic flow to what to do with your makerspace, this planning guide will help you decide how to best serve your students in your library when they come back to school.

With a pandemic upon us, it’s hard to predict exactly how the world will look over the coming months. How and when schools and libraries open back up will vary greatly from time to time. But one thing is certain: there will be questions and concerns about how to keep students, staff, and patrons safe.

While there are no absolutes, we invite you to join pediatrician and librarian Dr. Dipesh Navsaria as he talks about what we know about COVID-19, how to think about and evaluate steps you can take to keep people safe, and what safety measures could become the new norm.

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What will schools library look after Covid-19? Experts aren’t quite sure yet, but they have a lot of ideas for what reopening school library looks like. Get tips and resources for creating a safe school environment from Ms Liz when students return to classrooms.

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