In this episode, Angela talks about how the COVID-19 crisis is making it difficult for libraries to plan their beloved summer reading programs. She shares some tips for making sure your library program can still happen without overburdening your staff or patrons.

What is your library doing about summer reading? Let me know in the comments.

Also Kudos to the St. Helens Library System in England. St. Helens’ librarians are contacting customers on the Home Delivery Library Service, many of whom fall into the elderly and vulnerable category, just to check they are okay and to make sure they have food. Customers are really pleased with this contact.

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Recording of live session on promoting your online resources through social media.

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