Working from home has been a necessity during the pandemic and it can be expensive. Maybe public policy makers need to think more carefully about how essential services are defined in a public health crisis.
Many of us are busy making instructional videos so that we can teach or provide needed services online. But how do we battle our need for the perfect performance? And many times do we re-record before we think we've got our final product?
I’m still going to work because, while I’m a librarian, my library serves hospital leadership and front-line health workers.
This is how I imagine someone scheduled to host a meeting looks when they try to sneak quietly into an already started Zoom meeting…
Across the country, libraries are closed but library staff are still working hard to provide remote programming and virtual services, including RA.
COVID-19 has definitely created new access needs. Unfortunately, not everyone has a well-equipped home office that comes with internet access, which is where the public library can help.
I think of a photo voice as a tool that encourages me to use visual images to reflect upon my experiences—a different, perhaps even…
We invite our members to share advice and stories from the COVID-19 outbreak and the closure of most academic libraries across Ontario.
It is challenging enough to work on a project with a team based within the same organization. Now imagine doing so in a fully remote or virtual setting with colleagues representing a number of different library systems.