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Follow these steps for creating a curbside pickup plan to get books and materials into students’ hands this year.
Figuring out the best way to shield students and staff from germs can be daunting. Download this handy guide to help you compare the features of each desk barrier so you can find the right fit for your learning spaces.
Building community in your classroom has always been an important part of making students feel safe and ready to learn. But how do you do this when you’re not in a traditional classroom setting? Get 25 ideas for creating a culture of community in your virtual classroom.
Keep kids in your community engaged through virtual library programming with these five popular take-and-make kits — supply lists and directions included.
Libraries aren’t just buildings! There are so many ways for you to engage your community members during a pandemic — here are four things to do right now.
In the ninth episode of the Open Book Webcast, you’ll hear from Tinashe Blanchet, founder of The Learning Laboratory New Orleans, who shares how she turned her hands-on STEM summer camp fully virtual during the pandemic.
In the tenth episode of the Open Book Webcast, you’ll hear from Dr. Bob Dillon about best practices for creating engaging at-home learning spaces for virtual students.
Thinking about offering an outdoor program at your library? Read these seven tips to help you plan a safe experience for everyone.
Use these idea-filled children’s, teen, and adult calendars to plan your monthly programming, and give parents and caregivers daily activity tips with early literacy calendar handouts.