Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Daily Thoughts 04/01/2020

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The Artists Wife Reading at Home, Paul Gustav Fischer, 1915

Daily Thoughts 04/01/2020

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

Today is the launch day for the Census, April 1st, 2020.  The Census is happening now.

I have been taking a break from reading and watching The Great Courses Understanding Greek and Roman Technology on Kanopy.  It is a series of 24 half hour episodes.  Kanopy is giving additional viewings this month.   We are getting 20 views a month now.  I watched part of it last month.  I will be able to watch the whole series of streaming lectures.

Web Bits

Federal Government Investments $50 Million Dollars to Address the Digital Divide During Covid-19

How Library Makerspaces Can #Flattenthecurve

How Medical Librarians Are Handling the Coronavirus Crisis

How To Sanitize Collections In A Pandemic

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