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Wednesday Webinar Series - Hosted by the CCLC Library Consortium - Shared screen with speaker view
Pamela Perry
30:07
Hi Everyone!
Susan
31:07
Can screen with questions be zoomed in? Too small to read.
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
31:46
You can Zoom in under view options when they share the slides again.
Susan Hoang
33:07
Can you add the link to the padlet in the chat?
Megan Kinney - Library (she/her)
33:40
bit.ly/CCLReopeningQ_1
Susan Hoang
33:49
Thank you!
Megan Kinney - Library (she/her)
33:58
Oh sorry - read it in the upper left :)
Kellye Cohn
33:58
bit.ly/CCLReopeningQ_1
Tina Inzerilla
35:13
http://bit.ly/CCLReopeningQ_1
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
36:00
Ah, everything moves so fast. LOL
Laura Galván-Estrada
36:23
Waiting for things to slow down to comment. So get to see all the comments!
Tina Inzerilla
36:29
For those just joining, please click this link: http://bit.ly/CCLReopeningQ_1 to add to the padlet
Cathy Tully
36:50
It's hard to read them because they keep moving on my screen.
Cathy
37:17
Agree with @Cathy - hard to read because they keep moving
Jonathon Lee
38:09
By the way, @Alison, this is one of the best uses and explanations of how to use Padlet that I've seen
Will Breitbach
38:18
Regarding masks... I would like to learn communication strategies regarding people who don't want to wear masks.
Tom Stough
39:30
I concur with Gregg! I'm very concerned about CCCs being seen as dragging our feet.
Steve Hunt
39:34
Lack of effective leadership from the Chancellor's Office is a problem
Amy Beadle
39:43
Agree with @Jonathon. This is an excellent example of how to use Padlet well!
Treisa Cassens
39:49
The UC and CSU systems are requiring vaccines. There has not been that requirement at the CC system … yet?
Marlene
40:00
I think students want to have the libraries available.
Lauren Saslow
40:19
@Treisa - I don't think they can make that requirement. That's the big difference.
Linda Parker
40:40
Treisa - I wonder about that too
Marlene
40:40
NO, NO, NO!!! We do it anyway but no administrators should be requesting that work
Jeff Karlsen
40:41
In addition to this -- cleaning/sanitizing is health theater
Pamela Perry
40:44
Well said Michelle!
Treisa Cassens
40:50
we can’t at our district, but I wonder if the system Chancellor might make that requirment
Antonio López, SCC
40:55
Yes, Los Rios is having some on-campus classes for the fall, but it isn't that many classes. The move is pretty judicious.
Marlene
41:06
Ooh Good Will
Amy Brinkley
41:26
@Folsom Lake College we are planning to have cleaning stations set up around the library for folks who are interested in having sanitized work areas -- similar to coffee shops, restaurants, etc. -- like Jeff said, this is not how the virus spreads, so it's mainly for patron comfort
Catt Wood
41:31
Are we really going to call campus police to enforce mask rules after last summer?
Jeff Karlsen
41:31
The recent development at Los Rios is a movement toward on-ground services, including Library
Will Breitbach
41:35
we cant call campus police every 10 minutes. :)
Kellye Cohn
41:50
Yeah, let’s not call the police please
Laura Gamez
41:56
^^^
Lauren Saslow
41:59
@Catt - we have the LA Sheriff Department as our campus police. Can you envision it?
Steve Hunt
42:00
Equity issues with sending the police to confront students...
Tom Dolen
42:01
Nursing and now Auto Tech and Engineering is meeting on campus at De Anza.
Eric Hanson
42:08
Calling campus police to monitor masking requirements can be a challenge right now as well. This might bring up several issues.
Alexandra Doyle Bauer - Library
42:13
Yes, I want different options that calling the police on anit-maskers!
Jonathon Lee
42:21
At our campus they're treating non-mask wearing as non-compliance with campus policy/causing a disturbance but really, is it the student worker at the door who has to filter/weed these people out?
Linda Parker
42:26
Yes! Love the engaging features! :D
Norman Buchwald
42:30
Anti-maskers
Carina Love (she/her)
43:26
Padlet url?
Alison Gurganus
43:42
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ7
Marlene
44:04
Thanks
Jeff Karlsen
44:30
It may be worth considering that the need for masks will depend on the state of viral spread. In other words, focusing on it in a way that creates conflict and disruption may not be worthwhile if we find ourselves in a very positive public health situation.
Ryan Edwards
45:15
Do you think that there is an argument that not requiring vaccines may be better (more risky, yes for those who aren't vaccinated), but better for enrollment purposes as enrollment is down with the Pandemic and there wouldn't be any enrollment barriers?
Steve Hunt
45:18
@Jeff, agreed
Carina Love (she/her)
46:46
CDC is expected to authorize by fall.
Marlene
47:15
Challenge to think how masks vs expulsion
Jonathon Lee
47:16
@Tom, right, and they're also allowing for exemptions which I bet will be quite easy to claim (religious, for example)
Terri Smith
47:28
@ TomOur district also following that plan
Gregg Atkins
47:34
Yes, Pfizer is ready to submit official request for full authorization -- next week?
Amy Brinkley
47:44
I'm concerned about the emphasis on policing behavior, given that most of us are operating under the assumption that we will only be reopening if the risk continues to be low
Jan Suitt
47:48
Face shield if can't wear a mask.
Sara Cassetti (she/her)
48:11
I think campus PD should come into the picture only if there’s an altercation that results from the mask request.
Carina Love (she/her)
48:18
Face shields are not effective and are not allowed in our campus policy.
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
48:21
@Sara, yes.
Marlene
48:24
We at the library need to help student reorient to using ‘supplemental’ learning resources, so be cautious on how mask wearing with impact clear communiation
Jude Baldwin
48:25
We were open for a while in the fall and people would come in with masks but anyone who stayed for a while was apt to take it off
Karen Tercho (she/her)
48:26
My understanding is a major reason for the CSU and UCs requiring students be vaccinated is because of their residential arrangements
Karen Tercho (she/her)
48:34
vs. CCCs
Hayley Garcia Ashby
48:42
Moderna has already submitted for full FDA authorization (April 18th).
Amy Brinkley
48:44
@Karen yes
Alison Gurganus
49:05
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ11
Will Breitbach
49:22
@Jude... because this is Jefferson
Eve Miller
49:50
@karen the CSU and UC's are also requesting all non-essential personnel stay at home to allow those that need to be on campus be able to do their work
Laura Galván-Estrada
51:40
Is anyone getting pushback from admin on installing plexiglass?
Melanie Chu (she, her)
51:57
At LTCC, we have been funneling access to campus thru one entrance where the daily questionnaire (Campus Clear app) and no-touch temp are checked. Masks are required for all. If a student has a medical exemption for wearing a mask, they can choose to take online-only classes or do curbside pickup.
Jonathon Lee
52:02
Paging isn't relevant to us since most of our reserve books need to be paged anyway, and the vast majority of our checkouts are reserved. Semester-long loan would not work
Jeff Karlsen
52:26
What is the type of scanner Alison mentioned?
Karen Tercho (she/her)
52:32
@Laura, on the plexiglass, the response from admin has been very slow. We don’t know yet how/when that will happen, but we’re on the cusp of telling them we won’t do in-person service without it.
Jaimie Jordan
52:35
Interesting... our reading of copyright was that we're limited to 10%
Jaimie Jordan
52:43
20% would be so much better!
Diana Tedone-Goldstone, Cañada College
52:51
Copyright law doesn’t have a specific percentage
Marlene
52:55
We can concur at Palomar
Jonathon Lee
53:05
We've learned that the 10%/20% rule is arbitrary
Dana Young
53:05
https://www.kic.com/
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
53:07
https://www.kic.com/
Marlene
53:07
Scanning and email and downloading
Jeff Karlsen
53:13
this is the realm of guidelines, not law
Ken Lin
53:15
need 5 or 10 friends
Carrie Consalvi
53:24
AND….it’s only 10% for ONE semester….
Robert Parmenter (He/Him)
53:26
How much are the KIC scanners?
Katie Hamilton
53:31
20% at a time. what about a subsequent request or are they cut off?
Marlene
53:38
Our copyright officer did not want that 20% figure- Too high
Tina Gutierrez
53:40
20 % per parton or item
Seth Daugherty
53:41
Those are all guidelines…not the law
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
53:43
I would disagree with that. These are fair use guidelines for a lot of people but wouldn't necessarily work for consumables and the protection offered to libraries in terms of liability does not protect us if a staff member is involved in the copying
Steve Hunt
53:54
Let students scan it themselves, then we can claim plausible deniability
Norman Buchwald
54:00
Court cases so far are at 10% or no more than one chapter. And if behind a course wall (Canvas) no more than one section of a course.
Carrie Consalvi
54:06
Why we need OER
Amy Beadle
54:15
No problem!
Diana Tedone-Goldstone, Cañada College
54:18
Yes Carrie!
Kellye Cohn
54:26
BibliU helped relieve some of the reserve issues
Jonathon Lee
54:28
Yes @Carrie. If faculty haven't learned that by now ...
Jeff Karlsen
54:34
@steve not even that - if they are doing it themselves we are no longer responsible at all, codified by statute
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
54:34
Carrie. I second the OER need… Eps now.
Seth Daugherty
54:56
Good call Carrie - OER!
Alison Gurganus
54:57
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ6
Carrie Consalvi
55:15
@Jonathon…it’s a slow grow. We’re at 23% of sections for OER, with a lot of promising leads…but not there yet! Faculty are nervous.
Melanie Chu (she, her)
55:15
Our stacks are open for student access. The CDC has recently updated their guidelines re: safety cleaning protocols. They have issued revised guidance stating that although it is possible for individuals to become infected through contact with contaminated surfaces or objects (fomites), the risk is low, with an estimation that the chance of contracting the coronavirus through surface transmission is “lower than 1 in 10,000.” Therefore, we are focusing on spreading out students and continued mask wearing, rather than surfaces.
Frances Hui
56:08
@Melanie, thanks for sharing that, important update for us to know.
Moore, Debra
56:13
I need a reminder of how to get to the padlet question
Megan Kinney - Library (she/her)
56:36
Here: https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ6
Jonathon Lee
56:39
Yes, definitely a downside of Padlet
Jan Suitt
56:40
LOL!
Lauren Saslow
57:00
@Melanie - agreed, we need to move with the CDC guidelines and not dig in our heels with our personal concerns.
Jeff Karlsen
57:31
@Melanie and @Lauren - well stated!
Carrie Consalvi
57:41
I’m curious how many institutions are represented here.
Carina Love (she/her)
59:16
@Melanie yes, agreed. We don’t need cleaning theater
Seth Daugherty
59:18
Which app is being used for screening students?
Melanie Chu (she, her)
59:19
Thanks @Frances and @Lauren, we’ve come a long way from wiping down groceries and quarantining materials. While “hygiene theater” might make us feel better, surfaces are not how the virus is spread. We’ve come
Cathy
59:42
I don't know if other colleges have had the same problem, but our CSEA folks are not allowed to conduct screenings at all - per the union. Which means it has to be managers or faculty.
Marlene
59:50
Wow- Most people taking temps are not nurses or health workers?
Marlene
01:00:09
We don’t have full campus access
Cathy Tully
01:00:10
COS is using the Ready Education app.
Marlene
01:00:26
Self reporting I thought required and initial temp baseline?
Cathy Tully
01:00:31
I believe that is the plan, but as with everything it could change
Lori Lisowski
01:00:59
I don't have a smartphone!
Amy Guy
01:01:05
How does the campus handle folks who are not wearing wristbands?
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:01:18
At LTCC, we have security (student workers, not law enforcement) doing no-touch temp check. For folks who don’t have a phone for the Campus Clear app, there’s a paper questionnaire.
Marlene
01:01:29
Yes a self-report unit with a built in temp feature. Skilled nursing units have been using them
Jude Baldwin
01:01:33
Our “app” has a web version as well and the in-person screener can also go through the screening questions and submit
Jeanne Maggard
01:01:56
No
Will Breitbach
01:02:15
@Cathy - you are retiring so you are off the hook
Marlene
01:02:16
Very interesting- Which college Cathy?
Tom Stough
01:02:22
Not happening that way at Ventura Cty. CCD.
Carina Love (she/her)
01:02:23
Nope. We had classified on site with no faculty and very limited managers.
Terri Smith
01:02:25
At Taft, classified staff, also CSEA, are taking temp checks.
Marlene
01:02:33
Thanks Cathy
Amy Brinkley
01:03:33
that would be a local decision
Linda Parker
01:03:49
Our athletes are tested every week too
Amy Brinkley
01:03:58
our athletes are screened, but not required to be vaccinated (neither are employees)
Carina Love (she/her)
01:04:15
Athletes tested every week on rotating basis.
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:04:25
LTCC athletes are tested weekly
Antonio López, SCC
01:04:34
didn't see the spinner
Evelyn Lord
01:05:06
I wonder if there will be an effort to require vaccinations, at a minimum, for athletes
Antonio López, SCC
01:05:31
How do folks know how to get to the padlet without the link in the chat?
Alison Gurganus
01:05:44
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ5
Diana Tedone-Goldstone, Cañada College
01:05:44
We’ve been talking about requiring vaccinations for staff and faculty at my district
Tina Inzerilla
01:05:52
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ5
Diana Tedone-Goldstone, Cañada College
01:05:53
At least for folks who want to be on campus
Antonio López, SCC
01:06:19
thanks
Ron Karln
01:07:05
Emergencies at the library?
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:07:23
If anyone is exploring digital lockers, please let me know -unless I've been in contact!
James Carrocino
01:07:26
I have heard pushback from CSEA about requiring vaccinations
Will Breitbach
01:07:41
Can someone share how why lockers help during the pandemic?
Hayley Garcia Ashby
01:07:48
@Diana Tedone-Goldstone, Riverside Community College District has been hosting vaccinations on the campuses and is also considering requiring vaccinations for students and employees.
Will Breitbach
01:08:13
Why lockers?
Amy Brinkley
01:08:16
@Will the idea is no-touch delivery option, with more extensive hours than the library is open (at this point, library is closed)
Cheyenne Hohman
01:08:24
@Will Breitbach - lockers will enable students to pick up books at any time
Kellye Cohn
01:08:30
We ordered lockers as well
Will Breitbach
01:08:34
oh for book pickup
Will Breitbach
01:08:38
nice
Kellye Cohn
01:08:40
Laptops too Will
Tom Stough
01:08:51
@Michelle: Ventura College has lockers. You may want to ask them about that.
Will Breitbach
01:08:51
yes - great
Moore, Debra
01:08:52
Lockers have worked well at Cerritos
Nicole Tudor
01:08:53
@Will lockers for us will also hope in a post pandemic world; they can pick-up contactless outside operating hours
Amy Brinkley
01:08:54
@Will, yes. Also being used for music dept, science, athletics, etc. for other types of materials
Nicole Tudor
01:09:01
*help not hope
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:09:05
@Tom, thanks! I'll contact them.
Hayley Garcia Ashby
01:09:22
Agreed, Michelle. We just requested lockers using similar justification.
Will Breitbach
01:09:30
love to hear which vendors people like
Sherri Moore
01:09:48
Our Quadient lockers are installed but not operational yet.
Carina Love (she/her)
01:09:54
Which eye scanner do people have? I see lots of options. What is the price range?
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:10:06
@Will DTech, Quadient, Bibliotheca (very expensive).
Cathy
01:10:27
I assume the question applied just to library purchases - the college as a whole is responsible for sanitation & general safety equipment (shields, masks, etc.).
Susan Hoang
01:11:00
We're in the process of trying to get them. Probably going with LuxerOne, which is what the CSU's are using.
Marlene
01:11:03
Where did you place the lockers?
Monica Doman
01:11:05
@Will Luxer One. We will share ours with the campus for distribution of other materials too.
Linda Parker
01:11:34
Nice - love those ideas!
Jenny Brewer
01:11:34
Cute idea !
Al Ybarra
01:11:36
Great idea!
Moore, Debra
01:12:11
On a sidewalk in a parking lot
Marlene
01:12:20
Thank you
Deborah Stephens (she/her)
01:12:41
The lockers need power and data?
Jeff Karlsen
01:13:13
Locker vendors may overpromise on the Alma integration :)
Kellye Cohn
01:13:23
I hope not, Jeff :)
Luna De Xelajú
01:13:38
what locker was that that allows students to scan their ID to unlock?
Alexandra Doyle Bauer - Library
01:13:43
What if no student ID?
Kellye Cohn
01:13:43
You can pick how many
Moore, Debra
01:13:49
We got the smallest amount from Quadient and it is 29
Kellye Cohn
01:14:03
With Dtech you can use whatever you want instead of ID, email, etc
Antonio López, SCC
01:14:21
We're looking at Luxor at SCC.
Alexandra Doyle Bauer - Library
01:14:34
Thanks Kellye!
Alison Gurganus
01:14:49
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ3
Lauren Saslow
01:15:05
We've used these masks before - they're called "the communicator" https://safenclear.com/product/the-communicator-surgical-mask-with-a-clear-window/
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:15:10
I have to ask, what is everybody doing or planning on doing about opening or not opening study rooms?
Jim Gordon
01:15:24
Do you limit total occupancy? Library access by appointment?
Lauren Saslow
01:15:34
@Jin - not opening study rooms
Ron Karln
01:15:43
I second the study room question
Will Breitbach
01:16:03
We are likely keeping ours closed too.
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:16:05
@Lauren, thank you, that is good to know. This was a hot topic at our reopening meeting
James Carrocino
01:16:52
no study rooms
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:16:53
Our study rooms are open for up to 2 students from the same household. We’re not verifying that they live together, just the fact they’re willing to be in an enclosed space. Masks required in the study rooms as all air is shared air in our library.
Laura Galván-Estrada
01:17:06
What supporting evidence are you using in your argument to keep study rooms unavailable?
Kellye Cohn
01:17:16
How are you enforcing occupation limits?
Jeff Karlsen
01:18:06
I have seen that some college libraries are opening study rooms for 1 person at a time.
Will Breitbach
01:18:11
@Kellye assuming some social distancing will be required. We will revisit if it is not. I don't want staff policing for compliance.
Lisa Brlas - Grossmont College (she/her/hers)
01:18:30
@Kellye we are enforcing our 30 seats per day via our study space reservations process
Kellye Cohn
01:18:30
Thanks @Will
Kellye Cohn
01:18:51
Thanks Lisa
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:19:01
@Kellye, we have removed most of our chairs for now, so it’s simply not possible for groups to congregate
Lauren Saslow
01:19:02
@Laura - they are too small for social distancing and the ventilation in the rooms is really poor.
Ryan Edwards
01:19:03
Does anyone use virtual (Zoom) study rooms?
Marlene
01:19:57
What about the 3 ft number that’s circulated?
Al Ybarra
01:20:05
@RyanEdwards … I do.
Hayley Garcia Ashby
01:20:08
How are you verifying that students are from the same household for the study rooms?
Moore, Debra
01:20:11
We are blocking off the seats we cannot see.
Megan Kinney - Library (she/her)
01:20:15
I saw UC Berkeley library is doing online study hall: https://twitter.com/UCBerkeleyLib/status/1389271756536389634
James Carrocino
01:20:16
Our LRC uses Zooms for group and one on one tutoring
Heather Ott
01:20:18
We are opening study rooms for students who have back to back classes. first class is on campus and next class is virtual. They need a place to go on campus that is private.
Will Breitbach
01:20:41
@Hayley - Cathy is going to their how to confirm
Marlene
01:20:49
If our gates worked?! Sheesh
Cathy
01:21:01
Capacity limits are supposed to go away as of June 15 if things keep on the way they are.
Marlene
01:21:06
Shared learning spaces indeed will need strong collaboration
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:21:33
This is such an amazing discussion with great ideas!
Ryan Edwards
01:22:20
@Al Ybarra - how many virtual study rooms do you have and how often are they used?
Alison Gurganus
01:22:27
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ12
Ron Karln
01:23:02
students with disabilities?
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:24:08
We have set up appointments for library study hall using ESARS (scheduling), but the demand has been low enough that we’re not close to reaching our 25% capacity. Tutoring remains online via Cranium Cafe for now as it’s too high risk to have students collaborating closely.
Steve Hunt
01:24:11
@Ron, important issue.
Kellye Cohn
01:24:26
We have reference appointments set up in libcal with zoom and we will have some f2f, plus chat of course
Antonio Ng
01:24:40
Will the Padlet link work after today's webinar? It would be helpful to review the comments at a later time.
Al Ybarra
01:24:41
@RyanEdwards … I have almost 30 running 24/7.
Alexandra Doyle Bauer - Library
01:24:44
Can't hear you
Luna De Xelajú
01:24:58
Dual monitors idea sounds good
Al Ybarra
01:25:12
I call is the iLounge and I ,manage it via Canvas
Steve Hunt
01:25:17
Plexiglass wall around the ref desk sounds like a good idea
SJCC Language Arts
01:25:24
Virtual via Zoom and in person.
Al Ybarra
01:25:25
@RyanEdwards
Tom Stough
01:26:27
@Linda: our librarians/staff will get the books for students upstairs. Only downstairs open.
Lauren Saslow
01:27:02
Keeping stacks open
Moore, Debra
01:27:09
We are planning to page books
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:27:19
Stacks are wide open here
Cathy Tully
01:27:19
We are using Alma to place holds on books so circ staff and student workers can pull it right away and take them to the ref desk for the student and the librarian to review.
Steve Hunt
01:27:20
Our stacks books are so little used that we don't see access or use of them as an issue.
FUHRMADM@laccd.edu
01:27:32
Who is watching the desk closest tot the door. If the librarian who is watching the reference desk.
Moore, Debra
01:27:34
Are people planning to quarantine books that are used in the library?
Evelyn Lord
01:27:39
Initially, staff would retrieve books. In later stage, we would open stacks for students to browse and retrieve
Jeff Karlsen
01:27:54
@Deb I'm hoping we can stop quarantining.
Marlene
01:27:54
We could use the browse feature in LSP to view other titles on the shelf and perhaps Google Books if students want to view TOC?
Antonio López, SCC
01:27:54
If you have staff to page books, like student workers, that would be a way to keep stacks closed.
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:28:04
We are keeping our stacks open. We anticipate low usage due to the fact that our ebooks databases (ProQuest Ebook Central and EBSCO eBooks) have become very popular
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:28:08
No, we are not quarantining materials. The CDC has determined that spread is highly unlikely from shared surfaces.
Lisa Brlas - Grossmont College (she/her/hers)
01:28:24
@Linda: We have an online form for library requests, and use QR codes to use at the desk so they can make their requests there. Circ will go upstairs to get the books, prep and check out the book and students can just pick up the books on their way out.
Ryan Edwards
01:28:28
@Al Ybarra - Wow! We only have 1 virtual study room and it's barely used: https://libguides.wlac.edu/virtualstudyrooms
Linda Parker
01:28:30
Thank you!
Marlene
01:28:46
Our Librarians and Lib Techs go to the shelves by practice. The issue going forward is how we’ll distance as we’re ‘on the move’
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:28:59
Does this meeting go to 12:30?
Al Ybarra
01:29:04
@RyanEdward — usage varies, but they are available. :)
Alison Gurganus
01:29:09
yes
Mario Macias
01:29:14
walking students to the stacks is vital and we should encourage such proactiveness
Alison Gurganus
01:29:15
12:30
Alison Gurganus
01:29:36
we will begin wrapping up around 12:20
Moore, Debra
01:29:48
Our dean is still being very cautious about quarantining
Linda Parker
01:30:45
Thank you, Lisa!
Lori Lisowski
01:30:53
Our county health officer (San Mateo) okayed all the libraries in the county to stop quarantining. It's made the public libraries in particular very happy.
Jeff Karlsen
01:31:00
@Deb it is important for everyone to be on the same page so it doesn't look like we are shortchanging health concerns. OCLC's REALM has not been helpful here. We need to keep consulting CDC guidance which, as Melanie has been pointing out, is quite clear now.
Will Breitbach
01:32:50
@Everyone - Deans are people to
Kellye Cohn
01:32:57
haha
Amy Brinkley
01:34:50
In Los Rios, faculty are able to opt-in to on-ground work; remote work beyond Fall is still being negotiated
Laura Galván-Estrada
01:34:53
At our campus, faculty have the option to stay remote.
Catt Wood
01:34:53
Yes, a lot of inequity across the college in all departments with faculty allowed flexibility and staff getting told they have to come back
Lauren Saslow
01:35:02
waiting for union negotiations
Steve Hunt
01:35:17
Yes, the transition to online went easier for faculty than it did for classified staff and student service areas like the Library
Kellye Cohn
01:35:18
Same
Danielle Kaprelian
01:35:27
F/T Librarians on campus with our classified, but we were not required to be.
Tom Stough
01:35:34
Our lib. staff has been in person this whole time. Lib faculty (me) on campus 1 day per week (my choice). I hope to be back in person ASAP.
Betty Rivera
01:35:42
Waiting for union negotiations
Cathy Tully
01:36:52
thank you.
Evelyn Lord
01:37:05
We get to see the spinner again!
Luna De Xelajú
01:37:22
@Cathy, sure!
Linda Parker
01:37:28
Is that an app?
Peter Vu
01:37:56
what #?
Amy Brinkley
01:38:09
@Peter 10
Brooke Ramos (she/her)
01:38:11
Microsoft Bookings for appointments
Peter Vu
01:38:18
thank you!
Linda Parker
01:38:55
We're experimenting with Alma Appts (Cloud App), being able to book directly through Primo and making appts through Google Calendar.
Ryan Edwards
01:38:58
SpringShare LibCal: https://wlac.libcal.com/appointments/rba
Linda Parker
01:39:09
Awesome - thanks!
Kellye Cohn
01:39:37
We’re using libcal for zoom ref appointments
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:40:16
eSARS for appointments: http://ltcc.edu/booking
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:40:56
Somebody else has probably asked this already but will these amazing Padlets be available after this meeting?
Ken Lin
01:41:17
Just don’t call it sars that was another pandemic
Laura Galván-Estrada
01:41:27
Our college is using Qless so we are trying to figure out how to make it work of us at the library
Marlene
01:41:34
Yes Book It
Lauren Saslow
01:41:34
@Ken - that's what I keep thinking
Luna De Xelajú
01:41:45
same Q. from @Jin An-Dunning
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:41:58
Definitely, that’s why renamed it just booking on our website :)
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:42:01
It would be great if CCLC can have vendors present on these different tools for bookings tc
Marlene
01:42:20
We’d use LibCal if we can purchase additional seats
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:42:40
What is LibSeats used for?
Amy Beadle
01:42:51
@Sarah good idea.
Frances Hui
01:42:55
@Sarah, great idea to have vendors present booking apps!
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:43:05
Agreed with @Amy and @Jonathan, this presentation should be used as a example of best uses of interactive/social technology
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:43:13
Same with the locker vendors
Michael Cuibus@Library
01:43:21
same question as @ Luna & Jin!
Amy Beadle
01:43:24
@Marlene, you should be able to purchase additional seats. Let me know how many you want.
Cathy
01:44:31
Lots of votes for retirement!
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:45:23
*an example :)
Will Breitbach
01:45:44
vaccine compliance is regional
Kellye Cohn
01:45:50
In California, at least :)
Catt Wood
01:45:56
It really depends on your community
Cathy Tully
01:46:07
@Catt Agreed
Erica Watson
01:46:10
I think all the remote services that we now have will be beneficial when we have to close because of wildfires.
Lauren Saslow
01:46:17
… or shut downs could become our new normal. At least we know what to do now.
Amy Beadle
01:46:20
@Will I hear banjo music
Will Breitbach
01:46:20
statewide approaching 50% with single dose. Jefferson may not ever reach that rate.
Amy Brinkley
01:46:24
@Erica -- yes absolutely
Greg Toleno
01:46:27
Some counties have triple the vaccine rate as others
Erica Watson
01:46:51
can you put the link. my padlet quit on me
SJCC Language Arts
01:47:30
College Emergency Response Team
Diana Tedone-Goldstone, Cañada College
01:48:43
District Emergency Planning Committee
Cathy Tully
01:49:14
https://padlet.com/AlisonGurganus/CCLReopeningQ2
Tom Stough
01:49:35
Our library committee discussed dean's plan, he got admin approval for it.
Jonathon Lee
01:50:06
@Alison, that's how we're doing it
Will Breitbach
01:50:57
We are waiting until mid June to finalize... waiting for the next major update from the governor.
Moore, Debra
01:51:18
Are you allowing non-college visitors into the library?
Cathy Tully
01:51:40
A library workgroup created a plan and it has been submitted to the dean, but we haven't heard back much of anything. It all depends on the outcome of contract negotiations with CSEA and Faculty.
Kellye Cohn
01:51:41
Every time we make a plan things change in the county or state and our admin wants something new and the cycle restarts
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:51:50
Good question, Debra. We have 'regulars' from the community who come in to use computers all the time.
Steve Hunt
01:51:50
@Debra, there are equity concerns about challenging visitors who "seem" to not be students.
Lisa Brlas - Grossmont College (she/her/hers)
01:51:51
@Debra, we are not allowing community users on campus at this time.
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:51:55
@Debra, for now, we are only open to currently-enrolled students
Ron Karln
01:52:08
non college visitors?
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:52:10
@Debra, we are limiting access to students, faculty/staff only, only students can checkout computers or study spaces (for now)
Marlene
01:52:21
Definitely key to understand our Staff be valued appropriately. The Library Manager has done good work keeping our Techs engaged working remotely so that the College respects their worth
Tom Stough
01:52:24
@Debra, also no comm users for us; faculty/staff/students only.
Steve Hunt
01:52:41
Yes, very useful information in this webinar!
Marlene
01:52:43
Good point about Community Users
Ron Karln
01:52:55
link for questions?
FUHRMADM@laccd.edu
01:52:56
And the chat .this is the most actvie one I've seen
Moore, Debra
01:52:58
@SteveI think it will be a college decision. If they go through the health screening, we will let them in.
Jude Baldwin
01:53:00
When we are open, community members are welcome but they need to go through the campus screening process
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:53:17
Can you keep them up longer than the end of May?
Cathy Tully
01:53:28
Only current faculty, staff and students are allowed in the building in Fall. We hope.
Linda Parker
01:53:32
This has been such a great, engaging presentation. Thank you for putting this together!
Evelyn Lord
01:53:44
I am impressed by how the discussion and planning has evolved, and we've mostly done it on our own
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:53:49
Awesome discussion and webinar! Thank you so much for a great session.
Tom Stough
01:54:01
Indeed, great job, presenters!
Erica Watson
01:54:11
This is great. Thank you so much.
Sarah Bosler (she/her)
01:54:12
please post those links in the chat, thanks.
Cynthia Ainsworth
01:54:14
So much useful information!!! Thanks to all!
Michelle (she, her) Ohnstad
01:54:23
Is that the folder that Brian Greene sent out?
Ryan Edwards
01:54:24
Thank you!
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:54:35
We felt it was better to reopen with more restrictions (no general public) and then slowly open more widely. Many community members are not willing to go thru the security process, in our experience (e.g., wearing masks, answering the app, temp check).
Tina Inzerilla
01:54:36
@Michelle, Yes
Ken Lin
01:54:40
Thank you this was great!
Peter Vu
01:54:42
Thank you, great session!
Seth Daugherty
01:54:43
Can you please add these links to the chat?
Arnold J. (he/him)
01:54:48
Thanks for this shared experience and webinar! Great job!
Seth Daugherty
01:54:50
Great session - thanks!
Trevor Passage
01:54:59
thank you , everyone
Kellye Cohn
01:55:02
Thank you!
Ron Karln
01:55:07
email the link
SJCC Language Arts
01:55:30
Thank you for this informational session. A wealth of information was shared and will help us.
Alison Gurganus
01:55:31
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1L54egx4XHoa52DQAA5BCIJvteToodlGfdz4B4AcZfuI/edit?usp=sharing
Venice Lombardo
01:55:33
Really appreciate being able to hear from everyone on these issues. Thanks!
Alexandra Doyle Bauer - Library
01:55:34
Thank you all!
Cathy Tully
01:55:50
We are requesting student worker funding through COVID funds. These would be monitoring appointments and the entrance.
Melissa Molek
01:55:50
This presentation was fantastic! Thank you!
Mo Menlove
01:55:50
we've just been doing federal work study
Terri Smith
01:55:57
we are currently rewriting our SW job description
Catt Wood
01:56:02
No student worker budget at all yet
Peter Vu
01:56:23
here at @SJCC we were told by our dean that no student workers are allowed in the library when re-open in the Fall
Kellye Cohn
01:56:24
I believe we’re using some covid funds
Danielle Kaprelian
01:56:25
We are desperate for student workers (and have a budget) and no one is applying this summer. Really unusual.
Terri Smith
01:56:25
to include monitoring, cleaning, greeting,
Terri Smith
01:56:49
@Danielle, yes we are concerned there will be no SW available to hire
Michael Cuibus@Library
01:56:54
Very informative exchange of ideas! Thank you ladies & gentlemen!
Peter Vu
01:56:58
are not allowed at sjcc
Luna De Xelajú
01:56:58
Thanks!
Evelyn Lord
01:57:01
Great job, Tina and Alison!
Romelia Salinas
01:57:31
Thank you Alison and Tina! Wonderful job!
Cathy
01:57:50
I think our job description already mentions cleaning as a task for students as well as the ever-useful "other duties as required"
Cathy Tully
01:57:53
We are having Library/Circulation student workers per normal (District and WorkStudy), and another job description for students who will be monitoring appointments and cleaning because of COVID (COVID funding)
Tina Gutierrez
01:57:56
Thank you valuable information
Julian Prentice
01:57:57
This was great, thank you so much!
Lisa Brlas - Grossmont College (she/her/hers)
01:58:05
Thank you!
Susie Kopecky
01:58:05
Thank you so much!!
Valeria Estrada
01:58:07
Thank you for organizing this session. I love the collaborative spirit of library folks. We learn so much and succeed when we get together and share our brains!
Danielle Kaprelian
01:58:11
Thank you!
Cathy Tully
01:58:12
Thank you.
Lauren Saslow
01:58:12
Thank you for organizing this.
Jin An-Dunning (They/Them/Their)
01:58:13
This was amazing, thank you!
Melanie Chu (she, her)
01:58:13
Thanks all
Kellye Cohn
01:58:15
Thank you!!
Karen Tercho (she/her)
01:58:15
Thanks CCL that was great!
Rebecca Parker
01:58:16
Thank you!
Seth Daugherty
01:58:20
Thanks - this was great!
Norman Buchwald
01:58:21
Thank you
Hayley Garcia Ashby
01:58:21
Thank you so much! Engaging and helpful workshop.
Jude Baldwin
01:58:21
Thank you!
Miranda
01:58:21
thank you