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People rarely call in the humanities experts during times of crisis — but libraries are doing exactly that.
It's not too late to celebrate Earth Day. All you need are these videos and a YouTube or Facebook page.
The question has become: What kind of world do we want to build on the other side of this crisis?
Tom Green County Library is closed, but their makerspace is busy making face shields and cloth masks to fight COVID-19.
Librarian Monique Sugimoto encourages residents to document and share their experiences from the pandemic.
One thing is certain right now: kids are home, and parents are tired. Connect with them through Facebook Live.
Are you taking your book club online? Here are a few points to consider before taking the plunge.
Follow these steps to create original digital stories to share online or as a fun workshop for families.
With most campuses closed for COVID-19, here are some ways for academic librarians to bring experiences online.
During a crisis, online story times benefit society more than ever, so it falls squarely within fair use.