Thursday, March 26, 2020

Going Viral: Taking Your Conference Online for COVID-19

What options do conference organizers have in responding to the coronavirus outbreak?

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The 2020 Census and COVID-19 (Updates and resources for libraries)

Mailings and self-response for the 2020 Census have begun. As of March 23, 21% of US households have responded. To assist libraries impacted by COVID-19, the American Library Association (ALA) convened a call March 23 with its census task force members, Library Census Equity Fund grantees, and US Census Bureau staff.

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When Libraries Close, It Feels Like the End of the World

We're still early in this new coronavirus crisis, but it's not too early to think about what we want—and what we'll need—for our libraries in the future

American Library Association cancels 2020 Annual Conference due to COVID-19

The American Library Association’s Executive Board announced today that the 2020 ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition scheduled for June 25-30 in Chicago has been canceled.  “ALA’s priority is the health and safety of the library community, including our members, staff, supporters, vendors and volunteers,” said Wanda K. Brown, ALA president. “As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, it’s become clear that in the face of an unprecedented situation, we need to make tough choices.”

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Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Dreamscape Archives

Dreamscape Archives: An Immersive Museum Exhibition Set Seven Generations in the Future. One night only...

May 2, 2020
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