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Date and Time: Thursday, March 26th, 4:00 pm EasternRegistration: No registration is required, just make sure you’re a member of Library 2.0 (free). You will need to be logged into Library 2.0 to participate in the webinar or watch the recording afterwards.Online: The event will be held in Zoom and simulcast/overflow on YouTube. Instructions will be on this page the day of the broadcast. To test your system for Zoom you can sign up for a free account at zoom.us.Description: Three librarians active in state, regional, and national initiatives, will discuss roles librarians in all types of settings can take on during public health emergencies such as the current coronavirus outbreak. Not only do librarians support their specific patrons, they also serve a larger public community. The unique combination of research and evaluation skills is essential in times when myths and misinformation fuel fear around these types of events. Credible resources, ways to partner with internal and external agencies, and ideas on how to add value to your institution will all be covered in this one-hour webinar.
This event is sponsored by Illinois Heartland Library System.Event listed by: Reaching Across Illinois Library System
Questions? Please contact Sarah Taylor.
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