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CJCLS Plans to Reopen the Libary - Shared screen with speaker view
Kendra Perry
16:50
Froze at the word “manage”?
Zachary Grant
16:53
yes
Norman Buchwald
16:54
Sandy, you froze.
Linda Miles (she/her)
16:55
Sandy you've frozen for me--or is it just me?
Alexis Carlson
16:56
Lost audio
Hayley Bommarito
16:56
yes same here
Shawna Thorup
16:59
Frozen or is it me????
Ross Tyner
17:03
Lost audio
croberts
17:09
can't hear sandy
Hayley Bommarito
17:30
yes
Linda Miles (she/her)
17:31
yes now
Matthew
17:33
yes
Debbie Herman
17:33
Yes
Ms. Mathews
17:35
yes
Linda Miles (she/her)
18:02
we missed the protocol for speaking up, Sandy
Linda Miles (she/her)
18:07
You were frozen
Alexis Carlson
18:09
don’t see the slide
Jenny Yap
18:12
We lost your slides
Elizabeth Schlackman
18:12
Sandy, you're no longer sharing your screen!
Courtney
18:16
you will need to reshare your screen
Julie
18:21
Good afternoon.
croberts
18:50
Sandy, you are not sharing your screen any longer.
goakes
20:30
Unable to hear-host has me muted. Gloria
kathleenbutlergordon@gmail.com
23:00
Congratulations!
Linda Miles (she/her)
23:06
so awesome!
Julie
23:30
Congratulations! Julie Todaro
Linda Miles (she/her)
24:21
I think we're losing you, jean
Linda Miles (she/her)
24:25
unless it's me?
Michael Miller
24:44
no Jean.
Paulette Johnson
24:48
frozen
Mary Thomas
25:49
Would it help if folks who aren’t speaking turned off their video?
Julie
26:16
Wonderful! so important....Julie
Sandy McCarthy
26:58
Congrats
Brittany Dudek
27:08
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Evelyn Lord
28:16
Thank you. And congratulations!
Norm Howden
33:40
One thing not covered - plans for hybrid operation - opening just as a computer lab
Julie
34:08
Agree, Norm...combination
Julie
34:20
3 to open..rest continue virtual
Lisa Eichholtz
34:44
tricky poll. we haven't announced but we're pretty sure we're opening for fall.
Sandy McCarthy
34:55
Same here
Norman Buchwald
35:05
You can't have a Zoom meeting without a dog bark. :)
Norm Howden
35:08
Yes, because skills programs - Nursing and Welding must work in person, but very socially distanced
Sandy McCarthy
35:12
How is everyone planning for re-opening?
Sandy McCarthy
35:21
What guidelines are you following?
kathleenbutlergordon@gmail.com
35:31
Possible opening in August
Kristen G
35:50
Fall likely here in NH
jesse castorena
36:00
This CJCLS forum in May was extremely helpful.
kathleenbutlergordon@gmail.com
36:00
CDC Guidelines should be followed.
Lori Carmona
36:01
A committee formed to figure out specifics. Working toward Fall phased in opening.
Elizabeth Schlackman
36:06
My college has developed both a roadmap and a Health and Safety plan: https://www.montgomerycollege.edu/resilient-mc/index.html
Alexis Carlson
36:06
We developed a phased reopening procedure after being asked by the VP, but we have not heard anything.
Linda Miles (she/her)
36:09
Yes, to colleagues!
Joe
36:11
ACHA-https://www.acha.org/documents/resources/guidelines/ACHA_Considerations_for_Reopening_IHEs_in_the_COVID-19_Era_May2020.pdf
Shawna Thorup
36:20
The library is at the mercy of the "Pandemic Response Team," which are not represented on, as well as our Risk Management Dept. Our Library team hasn't really discussed.
Abby
36:22
We've have the Republican National Convention adding to the complexity
sbrayton@waubonsee.edu
36:26
https://louislibraries.org/ld.php?content_id=54750844
Lisa Eichholtz
36:29
The Commission on Post-secondary ed (KY)has worked out guidelines with the state. Pretty consistent with CDC
Matthew
36:39
We don't have a detailed plan yet, unfortunately. We're have been hearing the word 'flexibility' a lot.
Kendra Perry
36:54
Seconding the ACHA document - our admin has not consulted with our department yet, but we are compiling a list of logistical concerns we have for whenever they’re ready for us.
Brenda Hazard
36:55
waiting for state university system recommendations, recs from governor, campus decisions
Sandy McCarthy
36:57
Jackson cc appointment to check out a book
Sandy McCarthy
37:02
Zoom conferencing
kaholt
37:02
We're currently open by appointment only.
Sybyl
37:11
We are also doing appoinments for curbside pickup in Jackson, MS
Lis
37:17
We have a draft document that details reopening in stages.
kathy
37:24
CC listserv most information- our college has not shared any information - we are told that we "have to be ready" Our college admin is very cautious.
Sandy McCarthy
37:34
Norm - curbside first
Kendra Perry
37:38
We have expanded our librarian chat hours for the summer. Most of our resources are online anyway… very few physical books any more..
Amanda Iwanicki
37:39
anyone have their bookdrops open?
Sandy McCarthy
37:49
Restrooms?
Walter Butler
37:50
We have bookdrops open as of today.
Victoria
37:51
I used CDC guidelines, professional reading, advice from other CC directors in MS, etc. I developed a policy and procedures manual for in house services. Most of our instruction will be online for the summer and TBD for the fall.
Shawna Thorup
37:54
Yes, our book drop is open
Norman Buchwald
37:59
The challenge is circulation.
Matthew
38:00
We are once again thrilled not to have restrooms in our libraryt
Abby
38:00
We're trying to set up using our Quickboost charging lockers to use for book requests
Jenny Yap
38:40
Our administration hasn't told us what we have to do so we are deciding for ourselves--we aren't going to be physically open for Fall but are exploring extra online services and socially distanced services.
Combs, Julie A.
38:49
Northern Virginia Community College will make a decision for Fall on June 8th. The decision is based on college input, and state and federal guidelines (CDC, Forward Virginia). The Libraries have put together possible scenarios depending on the decision.
Jesús Campos
38:57
Our book drops are open, but we quarantine items removed for about a week before processing them back into the collection.
Victoria
39:02
All of our items are returned to book drops. We will not allow patrons to return items to the front desk at this time.
Sandy McCarthy
39:05
Not sure how the decision Linda Miles
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
39:16
Our campus is allowing students by appointment to clean out their lockers this week. We have arranged to have a book drop near the front entrance. We hope to be able especially to gather ILLs so that they can be returned.
Emily Busch
39:21
for our computer lab/information commons to open we are placing signs on every other computer and rotate each day which computers are available. The tables there will moved and some chairs are being removed
Brenda Hazard
39:23
Our campus is focused on classrooms and return to more traditional instruction. THe library unfortunately is not at the table for campus reopening plans
Sandra Greufe
39:37
Our district is slowly re-opening through a phased in process. Only the supervisors on our campuses have returned. I have not heard about when our library will be able to re-open. This week, I am to develop a plan of what we are going to do once the library is opened.
Victoria
39:47
We quarantine items also and return them to the shelves in about 5-7 days.
Kendra Perry
39:49
Eagerly awaiting the results of the OCLC studies specific to library materials in order to make best decisions about quarantining, etc.
Amanda Iwanicki
39:55
staff working in your buildings while closed?
Lisa Eichholtz
39:58
Materials- we're assuming a larger than usual loss rate.
Carrie Cruce
40:01
We are in phase 1 of our phased reopening. Our doors are locked and we are allowing students to call for access.
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
40:21
Our book drop is open, but not sure how to check out materials safely. Seems like we would have to quarantine them for a few days before rechecking out again.
Norm Howden
40:23
We put forward a plan that circulated to the Provost and emergency committees - thinking that being pro-active to leadership is important
Michele Pratt
40:26
I submitted a plan but haven't heard yet on what was approved. I did hear that Michigan just opened things up a bit more.
jesse castorena
40:53
One of us goes in for one hour a day just to checkout and checkin Chromebooks and books from curbside.
John.Brower@sjcd.edu
41:12
San Jacinto College System (by Houston) opened our book drops two weeks ago, but no one is in the building yet. All staff are working from home now. We heard we may stagger staff coming back in mid July
kathleenbutlergordon@gmail.com
41:19
Paper Books 24 hours to air out and kill any viruses? Please advise. We have heard many conflicting views.
Sandra Greufe
41:20
I am part of a group of libraries in Iowa where students from any college can return a book to our library and we will take the responsibility of returning the books to the correct library after they have set for a week.
Kendra Perry
41:21
Course reserves are the biggest conundrum for circulation.
Shawna Thorup
41:28
Our state is trending up with cases...
Lori Carmona
41:31
CDC
Shawna Thorup
41:34
We used PLA guidelines
Amanda Iwanicki
41:37
who reopened and is closing again? I did not catch what the speaker said.
Victoria
41:37
CDC and developing my own.
Walter Butler
41:37
Currently, our campus is allowing employees on campus once per week. This needs to be pre-arranged and approved by administration so that they know who is on campus and where they are. They are planning on shifting to expanding hours on campus, but nothing official yet.
Evelyn Lord
41:40
If libraries are open, how are we handling security? Will libraries require student ID? If students congregate in groups, are staff supposed to intervene?
Randi Madisen
41:43
We have a plan for circulating physical items while we are closed, but reserves are a problem because we quarantine everything for 72 hours after they are returned. We're not sure what to do. We are scanning and emailing chapters for students.
Kendra Perry
41:45
Can’t quarantine very well if items circulate for 2 hours...
Norman Buchwald
42:15
"Raise hand" is an option on the bottom of the paricipants list when you bring it up as a popup.
Shawna Thorup
42:21
Yes! Let's talk Course Reserves!
Courtney
42:25
OSHA
Gana Royana Putri
42:42
Our book drops are open, but we quarantine items removed for about a week before processing them back into the collection andWe are doing appoinment with user library to pickup the collection in IPMI Business School JakartaWe are doing appoinments for pickup the collection for user library in IPMI Business Schoo
Denise Derosa
42:51
Hi I work in a University Library. We are using the CDC guidelines. Staying closed for Summer Semester and no information for Fall; may start Fall semester on line then open later in Semester. Nothing confirmed yet.
Melissa Behney
42:56
Julie, would you mind sharing your list in chat?
Sabrina
43:04
Yes, please.
Kendra Perry
43:06
Yes, please, Julie.
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
43:24
We would like to scan textbook chapters, but feel like there are copyright and liability risks. And waiting for a state wide or national decision is made before we start any planning.
Alison Gurganus
43:33
We are at the table of the "reopening taskforce" for our college which sits on the district committee. We are being asked for guidelines from our various associations and other venues that we are a part of (like listservs). They are also very interested in individual concerns and thoughts that are specific to our area. No plan to reopen just yet, we are waiting for guidelines from the state on dates and phases. (I am from San Diego Mesa College in the San Diego Community College District)
Shawna Thorup
43:40
Our college sent students a check. Via mail!
Norm Howden
43:41
One thing that makes a difference for us is going into a pilot project this summer where textbooks will be universally paid through tuition - so no students without a text. Our bookstore is Follett.
Linda Miles (she/her)
44:02
Our 25-campus office of library services (for the university) has a task group who are working to consult all of these documents/guidelines from experts and they are formulating recommendations for the university on library opening, however, all decisions will be made locally on each campus, so it's not clear how much weight the work of the task group will have
Kendra Perry
44:12
I was on an advisory call with VitalSource last week… they may be providing options for course reserves in the near future. They listened very well to our concerns.
Norman Buchwald
44:19
The issue of scanning is instead of the student taking the "risk" at a photocopier, it's now a library doing it as an institution and publishers, if they can, want their royalties.
Katie Meyer
44:23
How is everyone handling mask enforcement?
Linda Miles (she/her)
44:45
I am concerned about enforcement of all these great policies, too
Linda Miles (she/her)
44:54
Good point Katie
Debbie Herman
44:59
Glad to hear the call was productive, Kendra!
Brenda Hazard
44:59
@Kendra can you describe the advisory group that was meeting with VitalSource? Just your state? National?
Sabrina
44:59
Me, too.
Esther Sunde
45:07
My colleagues, Kirsti Thomas and Julie Sheppard, published this article last week in Library Journal. “Science-Based Reopening Plans in Everyday English.”
Esther Sunde
45:09
https://www.libraryjournal.com/?detailStory=science-based-reopening-plans-in-everyday-english&fbclid=IwAR1jh-sISZmzb4A_q5SybNrdg2iVMfBr8z8ZZuBE6q7Zq_VkWNlsevXnEbg
Brenda Hazard
45:21
Is anyone meeting with Redshelf re making etextbooks available?
Sabrina
45:33
Thank you, Julie.
Sandy McCarthy
46:33
IMLS I think
Kendra Perry
46:41
imls.gov
Linda Miles (she/her)
47:09
you can google imls cares act
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
47:09
We were talking about meeting with Cengage, but we don't have an idea on the cost and there's an issue of having to get licenses from different publishers, which may be cost prohibitive.
Kendra Perry
47:24
@Brenda it was a large diverse group of academic librarians from various types of institutions across the country.
Erin Wilburn
47:48
IMLS CARES grant docs - https://www.imls.gov/sites/default/files/fy20-cag-ml-nofo.pdf
Linda Miles (she/her)
47:56
and when institutions make agreements with some of these vendors, the fees get hidden in student fees
Laureen Cantwell
47:58
Has anyone successfully negotiated with vendors for online anatomy class resources?
Rocio
48:19
Does anyone have ideas regarding the borrowing of reserve materials?
Hayley Bommarito
48:21
yes
Shawna Thorup
48:48
For anatomy, check with Wolter Kluwer / OVID
Sandy McCarthy
48:51
what areas of the library are you focusing on opening opening first?
jesse castorena
49:04
First -- computer access while social distancing
Anne Sleeman
49:07
Students need technology...they do not have it at home.
Sandy McCarthy
49:08
what are your concerns with those areas
Katie Meyer
49:08
Biggest concern is safety and enforcement of policies, esp mask wearing
Marj Atkinson
49:09
materials return initially
Irene Munster
49:15
we are thinking opening Access Services. however the greatest concern is the safety of our personnel
Evelyn Lord
49:17
First: circulating chromebooks
Lori Carmona
49:22
Testing and computer use. Concern is sanitation and safe distancing
Ross Tyner
49:23
Talking about not doing short-term reserves - maybe nothing shorter than 1 week, but certainly not shorter than 24 hours
Katie Meyer
49:25
First: computer access
Shawna Thorup
49:26
Computing & Course Reserves
Julie
49:26
Thank you Erin...also check their overall guidelines for deliverables because e-resources CAN be requested....as well as software..their collections definition does not - happily - map to our overall definition of acquistions.
Scott Cohen
49:28
book checkouts first
Andrew Yager
49:30
If we're looking at (perhaps in combination with academic programs or the institution generally) purchasing ebook rentals/subscriptions for individual classes automatically - say as a tuition or fee addition - am I correct in thinking there's possibly a contractual conflict with any institution bookstore?
Norman Buchwald
49:32
Now is the time to do major PR for faculty to pay attention to all out there that is OER.
Erin Wilburn
49:34
Our computer lab (which never closed). The computers are not appropriately spaced, and we do not have a print management system, so I can envision "clumping" at print stations.
Debbie Herman
49:47
Same re. textbooks, but we're concerned about sanitizing them after use.
Sandy McCarthy
49:52
Reserve collection.
Paulette Johnson
49:53
Library as study space for students.
Linda Miles (she/her)
49:53
I think the first thing we're tackling is check in and check out of the laptops we loaned out earlier -- now for the summer students
Shawna Thorup
50:03
Talk to me about Literature classes and OER, please. My faculty wants readings that are in copyright so can't be in OER. How to handle?
Linda Miles (she/her)
50:05
and those will need cleaning
Alexis Carlson
50:27
we offer curbside pick up now we have full time staff coming in at 50% of time with staggered shifts starting this week. I am most concerned with when we are asked to return the staff have been in and doing whatever they are doing already and they may see it as more loose rules for social distance, etc. and I am afraid of getting myself or family sick because people do not have any strict rules in how to conduct themselves
Norm Howden
50:29
We will have staff act as intermediaries for printing to we avoid people getting too close.
Linda Miles (she/her)
50:47
what's considered best practices for decontaminating materials?
Linda Miles (she/her)
50:52
I haven't been watching that
Erin Wilburn
50:56
Norm - how will that work?
shatarah
50:56
https://www.palmbeachstate.edu/safety/covid-19/default.aspx
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
50:58
That's an interesting idea Norm, thanks for sharing.
Julie
51:03
see LC's care docs
Elizabeth Measell
51:11
MI Gov. is expected to lift stay at home order at 3:00 press conference
Julie
51:13
for cleaning,etc.
Linda Miles (she/her)
51:14
thanks, Julie
Shawna Thorup
51:15
I share an office. I'm totally worried about droplet spread in air flow via the HVAC system
Norman Buchwald
51:15
Right now the likelihood is that the student computer lab will remain closed until further notice. That and reserves are probably the last that would be up (having either up during transition is difficult).
Esther Sunde
51:18
We’re worried about disinfecting any physical books that get checked out… they would need to be quarantined.
John.Brower@sjcd.edu
51:26
it really seems like Reserves will be a problem. You can't have all of the students using the same textbooks for two hours and be able to quarantine them too.
Debbie Herman
51:33
It's impractical to take a reserve textbook out of circulation for 3 days.
Laureen Cantwell
51:42
yea reserves are a STRESS
Matthew
51:42
The obvious problem with staff as intermediaries means that staff are in more contact with patrons
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
51:50
Yes, no solution for textbook reserves
Matthew
52:04
and means students have to have more contact with staff
Alexis Carlson
52:09
Shawna: our OER literature reading guide: https://irsc.libguides.com/ENC1101/1102OER
Andrew Yager
52:14
For reserves, we're considering having staff make scans of individual chapters (on request) and sending them to the requester. They don't get the full book, but at least it can help bridge the gap.
Esther Sunde
52:16
We’re thinking books would need to be quarantined for 4 days.
Laureen Cantwell
52:18
we have very popular anatomy kits on reserve and are trying to see what we can do for a database/eResource option for anatomy.... $$$
Shawna Thorup
52:22
Thank you, Alexis!
Linda Miles (she/her)
52:49
Yes! Hybrid. We don't have the staff to handle both in-person and online chat reference
Sandy McCarthy
53:05
Free textbooks! for summer
Linda Miles (she/her)
53:05
Should we just shift to totally online chat?
Evonne
53:06
What about the print collection...will it be closed or opened?
Ross Tyner
53:12
We're expecting most of our students to be learning online in the fall so not anticipating large groups of students clamoring to get into the library. That's the most likely scenario we're planning for
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
53:12
Is included in the student Tech costs?
Jesús Campos
53:24
The key is not to expose reserve collections contaminated. We have students sanitize their hands and use reserves with gloves within view of service desk. Then item is returned to collection.
Lori Carmona
53:24
Our location has many without internet. So they come to campus to use computers
Norman Buchwald
53:57
We're talking for Fall if we're limited open, maybe semester long checkouts for regular print books.
Alison Gurganus
53:58
We have one book scanner, we are lobbying for CARES Act funding to be spent on a 2nd one so we can handle ereserve scanning within copyright guidelines for the Fall. We may soft launch for faculty over the summer.
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
54:05
If you have a subscription to archival magazine collection, some of the greatest American short stories were first published in the “New Yorker,” “Sewanee Review” and other literary magazines that your students might be able to access through your library, if your instructor would be willing to choose those stories.
Toni
54:07
Sources: You may want to follow REALM Project. https://www.webjunction.org/explore-topics/COVID-19-research-project.html.
Shawna Thorup
54:08
We circulate WiFi hotspots and demand well exceeds supply
Linda Miles (she/her)
54:11
We're worried that our students who are homeless or are otherwise suffering housing insecurity are those who will most need on campus spaces and are also thos who may be most vulnerable to being impacted by the pandemic
Lori Carmona
54:14
And hotspots near campus; sitting in their vehicles
Shawna Thorup
54:34
YES, @Lori! Students opted out of summer classes because of lack of tech
Matthew
55:02
Thanks, Walter!
Denise Derosa
55:08
Thank you for sharing this
Linda Kobashigawa
55:35
This is great. Thank you.
Kendra Perry
55:41
The IMLS CARES Act grant can be used for laptops & hotspots.
Jessame Ferguson
55:43
Great resource, thank you CJCLS!
Julie
55:46
wonderful guide..thank you so much
Shawna Thorup
55:58
Fantastic!!!!! Way to meet our needs CJCLS! You all rock!
Linda Miles (she/her)
56:08
this is great! thank you!
José Aguiñaga
56:15
Thanks for the guide!
Emily Busch
56:17
Thank you, wonderful resource to share with my fellow workers to view
Donna Maturi
56:19
Thanks, Walter!
Vicky Hart
56:36
Yes, at the table.
Jill Sodt
56:38
Yes. I’m on our Reopening Task Force.
Julie
56:40
I have 99%
Mary Anne Farrell
56:41
We have zero input
Leda Rizzo
56:43
college mandating
Norman Buchwald
56:45
They are looking toward us with recommendations.
Donna Maturi
56:45
Yes at the table.
Steve Stone
56:48
As far as i can tell, no, we are not at the table. They will tell us what to do.
Jesús Campos
56:50
We have a lot of input.
Sandra Greufe
56:52
Our district is deciding, 0 input.
Ross Tyner
56:53
We are to submit plans for review
Michele Pratt
56:55
I was asked for recommendations
Linda Miles (she/her)
56:56
our chief librarian is at the table, but I'm not sure how much power they have
Victoria
56:56
No input.
Debbi Renfrow
56:56
I'm on the reopening task force
jesse castorena
56:57
At the table but is anyone listening?
Amanda Iwanicki
56:58
task force on our campus, our chair is on it
Denise Derosa
56:59
Still being discussed at the table
Lori Carmona
56:59
Committee only
kaholt
57:00
No input
Emily Busch
57:01
dean on the reopening board
Paulette Johnson
57:01
submitted library recommendations.
Alexis Carlson
57:02
No input on reopening committee
Norm Howden
57:02
Did a plan and have liaison with key players
Kristin Heathcock
57:03
We're at the table - our input is being considered
Shawna Thorup
57:05
No input
rbowden
57:05
Some input.
Debbie Herman
57:06
The college leadership (Deans, etc.) are fully in control of this.
Mary Konkel
57:06
Very little say in re-opening. We had some plans in place for Library but they were tabled by campus.
Aryana Bates
57:08
did the link to the guide get put into chat? quite a bit of input a my institution.
Jenny Yap
57:09
We decide (but our campus is mainly closed anyway)
Scott Cohen
57:09
we are not having much input
Jan Forde
57:10
0 input
Chuck Dolan
57:10
My director and I are both on the institutional Task Force
Chris Fullerton
57:12
haven’t heard anything yet...
Kendra Perry
57:14
Admin has decided everything so far, but hopeful that we can raise concerns as re-opening gets closer.
Evelyn Lord
57:16
Some input but not at the table
Lori Carmona
57:18
yes leadership individuals
Irene Munster
57:20
on task force
Priscilla Thompson
57:24
No. Not at the table though one of those at the table works in the library.
Hayley Bommarito
57:30
we'll be ubmitting a re-opening plan, but not sure how much input we'll have..
Robin Brown
57:30
My boss is chairing the committee from “Council of Chief Librarians”
Mabel
57:30
library directors and leadership at the table
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
57:31
I'm on a college taskforce, we haven't met yet
Ross Tyner
57:33
I'm on two working groups - student experience and space planning, as well as Deans forum
Becca
57:36
submitting plans but have to wait to see if accepted. Very little input at when opening
Emily Busch
57:42
college has a phrase in plan in place that is being followed with our library on phase 5 out of 6.
Mary Thomas
57:42
Member of college work group
Julie
57:47
what I would NOT have control over is the final word of the college attorney
Julie
57:51
re: consequences
Alana Krause
57:55
We are online for Fall so far so we will probably be working on it when we get back in August.
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
57:58
Our library is part of an open plan. We cannot block it off—all circulation is on the honor system since no one is there to watch after 7pm but the building does not close until 10pm under normal situation. It is the call of higher administration—we have almost no input.
Rachelle Stivers
58:07
Yes--input but not at table. Very transparent decision making by upper admin
Gana Royana Putri
58:13
yes, some input
Toni
58:34
REALM is Reopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums (REALM) Information Hub: A COVID-19 Research Project
Ross Tyner
58:36
100% yes Sandy
Lori Carmona
58:45
no not yet
Matthew
58:51
God no, no more consultants! $$$
Ross Tyner
58:53
Our Health and Safety office is managing that
Chris Fullerton
58:58
we are discussing that
Irene Munster
58:59
facilities task
Norm Howden
59:01
Please spare us from consultants!
Silvano Ramirez
59:06
a new position was created at madera community college in california
Emily Busch
59:09
no but our maintenance dept is growing through the campus
janine.odlevak@scc.spokane.edu
59:11
Safety officer for college is doing
Lis
59:12
Our Director is on the College’s task force. I’m on the faculty union task force, and another librarian is on the Division’s task force. We’ve already developed a tentative plan for the Library. Governor of the state will make the call as to when we are permitted to reopen.
Julie
59:24
10 feet if they are in the space for an hour or more
Hayley Bommarito
59:25
we're hoping to have the county health team do a walkthrough with library staff
Walter Butler
59:38
They are discussing allowing labs and certain courses that need access to specific equipment on campus for the fall, but I don't think they have all the logistics figured out. ie: our welding classes.
Toni
59:38
REALM OCLC, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and Battelle are conducting research on how long the COVID-19 virus survives on materials that are prevalent in libraries, archives, and museums. The project will draw upon the research to produce authoritative, science-based information on how—or if— materials can be handled to mitigate exposure to staff and visitors.To achieve these goals, the partnership is initiating work on several fronts:Collect, review, and summarize authoritative research that applies to materials commonly found in the collections and facilities of archives, libraries, and museumsOngoing consultation and engagement with a project steering committee, working groups, and other subject matter experts from archives, libraries, and museumsLaboratory testing of how COVID-19 interacts with a selection of materials commonly found in archives, libraries, and museums; and identifying methods of handling and remediationSynthesize the above inputs into toolkit resources that ...
Lori Carmona
59:46
10 feet ? that can be a whole room wow!
Julie
59:46
the person who is presenting must be 10' away
Julie
01:00:00
yes, lisa
kathleenbutlergordon@gmail.com
01:00:01
The Governor of Florida with all universities/college Preidents.
Norman Buchwald
01:00:10
We may have no student assistant staff due to budget cuts so it's why if we're open in Fall it may be by appointment only.
Marianne
01:00:13
Can someone put the link to the CJC libguide in the chat
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:00:21
Small labs are running on our campus with social distancing when possible and masks for programs that require practice, like truck driving.
Alexis Carlson
01:00:25
https://acrl.libguides.com/CJCLS_LibraryReopeningPlans
Saryah
01:00:28
Where can I find the link for the library safety signs?
Walter Butler
01:00:30
Guide: https://acrl.libguides.com/c.php?g=1036917&p=7517618
Saryah
01:00:46
Thanks!
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
01:00:56
Ideas of costs of getting etextbook access or best vendors for all students?
Kendra Perry
01:01:04
Yes, we have a lot of open/collaborative spaces in our library. Very problematic.
Debbie Herman
01:01:37
Will your group study rooms remain open?
David Strass
01:01:41
Evonne, reply to your earlier post - when we reopen, book stacks will be closed (blocked off by tables!)
Mary Anne Farrell
01:02:00
We are closing our study rooms
Shawna Thorup
01:02:01
What about study rooms?
Jesús Campos
01:02:05
It's a good idea to work flexibility into library spaces. We may no longer be social distancing 4 years from now.
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:02:17
I think we've got to lock the study rooms for now
Julie
01:02:21
exactly Jesus
Irene Munster
01:02:33
ii agree Jesus
Norman Buchwald
01:02:36
With COVID standards, it's impossible to have study rooms.
Debbie Herman
01:02:39
I hate to close them completely, but we'll definitely have to limit the numbers in each room.
Shawna Thorup
01:02:43
We didn't get a promised COLA
Denise Derosa
01:02:54
We’ve had furloughs and salary reductions
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:02:57
People who retire are not being replaced.
Mary Konkel
01:03:00
Virtual Study Rooms here at College of DuPage IL
Kendra Perry
01:03:00
Worried about air filtration if using enclosed study rooms.
Julie
01:03:01
and we are closing study rooms for now and moving shared staff offices into these for individual use
Anne Sleeman
01:03:04
No COLA or step increases this year.
Mary Konkel
01:03:07
https://library.cod.edu/virtualrooms
Kendra Perry
01:03:09
Would we need to run a HEPA filter between groups?
Shawna Thorup
01:03:09
Hiring freeze
Andrew Yager
01:03:11
How do you limit study room populations without active policing constantly?
Sabrina
01:03:14
My campus has started with furloughing part-time staff for the summer...full-time folks' salaries might be next.
Kendra Perry
01:03:24
No personnel info forthcoming from admin yet.
Julie
01:03:29
your job descriptions should change
Walter Butler
01:03:37
We might have to host other staff in the library as substitute office spaces for social distancing.. trying to balance between how to best serve students
Julie
01:03:37
hourly and full time
Kendra Perry
01:03:39
Though I think it highly unlikely we’ll have student workers back soon.
Norman Buchwald
01:03:40
We are short one full-time librarian, student assistants slated to be axed.
Jen A.
01:03:43
voluntary furloughs over the summer
Julie
01:03:48
yes
Esther Sunde
01:03:51
Our library dean just retired. Looks like they are planning to change the position to director position now (who will report to a dean).
sbrayton@waubonsee.edu
01:03:51
yes
Melissa Behney
01:03:55
yes, through the summer.
Shawna Thorup
01:03:57
YES PLEASE!!!!
Katie Meyer
01:03:57
yes
Debbie Herman
01:03:58
We had to furlough two part-time staff.
jesse castorena
01:03:59
Yes, please
Evelyn Lord
01:03:59
We have a couple floors in library with no staff. If we reopen I don't know how we could monitor those floors to enforce distancing.
Norman Buchwald
01:03:59
Yes.
Michele Pratt
01:04:00
yes
Emily Busch
01:04:00
our college has done a 2 week mandatory furlough, hiring freeze, and salary freeze
Mary Konkel
01:04:01
yes
Kristen G
01:04:01
yes
Jane Lewandoski
01:04:02
Yes, we are interested.
tdodge1
01:04:02
Yes
Mabel
01:04:02
yes please
Amanda Iwanicki
01:04:03
yes
Courtney
01:04:03
yes
Hayley Bommarito
01:04:03
yes please!
Joe
01:04:03
yes good sharing forum
Jesús Campos
01:04:03
yes
Donna Maturi
01:04:04
Yes please!
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
01:04:04
Yes, through summer
Priscilla Thompson
01:04:04
yes
Sybyl
01:04:05
yes
Anne Palmer
01:04:06
yes
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:04:06
I think that would be great, because things are going to change a lot over the summer
kaholt
01:04:07
Yes!
Marianne
01:04:09
Yes and thanks
Alexis Carlson
01:04:11
Looks like a yes
Alison Gurganus
01:04:11
yes
Mary Anne Farrell
01:04:16
Yes, please continue the conversation
Paulette Johnson
01:04:17
early retirement buyouts; furloughs 45% to 100%
Courtney
01:04:18
Thanks so much
Julie
01:04:18
great opportunity to speak with everyone
Scott Cohen
01:04:29
we only have 1study room. 1st time I am glad of that
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:04:31
maybe textbook solutions? as a discussion topic
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:04:32
A friend of mine is a VP of a large university. She told me that the shutdown has created major cost savings in some area as long as the enrollment stays stable, the budget may not be as bad as antici
Lori Carmona
01:04:32
polls ahead, survey prior to meet
Julie
01:04:34
we are still hiring
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
01:04:41
etextbook solutions
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:04:44
as bad as anticipated.
Julie
01:04:45
yes
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
01:04:46
costs, vendors
Lori Carmona
01:04:59
Internal hiring mainly
Mary Konkel
01:05:03
Part timers being paid ONLY for those hours that they are able to work remotely,
Scott Cohen
01:05:04
budget cuts?
Evelyn Lord
01:05:15
Restrooms will need to be cleaned more frequently if we reopen, right? (currently once a day)
Michele Pratt
01:05:18
Ask your vendors if they will freeze costs for next year.
Shawna Thorup
01:05:24
You are all amazing! So proud to be CJCLS librarian!!!!!
Mellanie.Reeve@chaffey.edu
01:05:29
yes, we will have budget cuts
Matthew
01:05:30
Good idea, Michele!
Kendra Perry
01:05:32
Thanks, everyone! Very helpful.
Scott Cohen
01:05:45
Ebsco will not freeze
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:05:47
We normally spend some budget money on physical books, DVDs and magazines. All of those monies will e diverted to online.
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:05:47
and if some of us are making agreements with vendors, it would be great to know what those are
Debbie Herman
01:05:48
Vendor negotiations might be a good topic.
Norm Howden
01:06:02
Hedging our bets with eresources in case we have secondary spikes?
Mary Konkel
01:06:07
For those OCLC members, there will be no price increases this year.
Shawna Thorup
01:06:12
What if we came as a block or negotiated as a group?
Lori Carmona
01:06:18
Varied databases too
Matthew
01:06:26
Ebsco will not freeze, but do they want the alternative? Cancellations?
Kendra Perry
01:06:28
Our budget had already switched to mostly e-resources. We are having trouble with streaming video rights for old DVDs faculty usually show in class.
Scott Cohen
01:06:43
budget cuts?
Shawna Thorup
01:06:52
Good one, Scott!
jesse castorena
01:07:10
working with the early college high school and dual credit students
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:07:19
Sometimes I wonder if we should go back to the old BRS/Dialog model that allows us to searh a database on demand instead of our current annual subscription that does not allow any flexibility.
Lori Carmona
01:07:22
Excellent, thank you for organizing this information!
Julie
01:07:26
BIG thank you to EBSCO...always there for cjc
Matthew
01:07:30
Thanks for the discussion, everyone!
Scott Cohen
01:07:32
they gave me a3 per cent increase
Lori Carmona
01:07:34
Sharing is caring :-)
Alexis Carlson
01:07:41
Thank you for the discussion!
Julie
01:07:53
and in between times with products! they know our needs the most I thibk
Julie
01:07:55
think
Jane Lewandoski
01:08:04
Thank you!
MHoyle
01:08:06
You are very welcome!
Walter Butler
01:08:07
Thank you, EBSCO and to everyone for joining this discussion!
Emily Busch
01:08:09
Thank you, looking forward to the next one
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:08:14
Thanks, Sandy!
Courtney
01:08:16
Thank you!
Hayley Bommarito
01:08:17
Thank you everyone! This was helpful - great info
Mary Beeker
01:08:18
Thanks so much for continuing these discussions. Hearing from colleagues is wonderful.
Melissa Behney
01:08:20
Thank you!
CSC
01:08:23
Thank you! This was great!
shatarah
01:08:31
Thank you for the discussion
Jill Sodt
01:08:31
Thank you! The Libguide looks good.
Denise Derosa
01:08:32
Thank you everyone for sharing your discussions.
Marianne
01:08:35
Thank you so much. Very helpful!
Anne Palmer
01:08:38
Thank you!
Sandra Greufe
01:08:39
Thank you!
Gana Royana Putri
01:08:39
Thank you :)
Debbie Herman
01:08:41
Thanks everyone!
Tenise
01:08:42
Thanks. A lot of great info was shared.
Kara Schwartz
01:08:42
Thank you!
Mabel
01:08:43
thank you
Donna Maturi
01:08:44
Thank you everyone!
Kathryn Johnston, Fox Valley Technical College
01:08:45
Thank you and stay well!
Linda Kobashigawa
01:08:45
Thank you very much!
Heather Doncaster
01:08:47
Thank you so much!
Sybyl
01:08:49
Thank you!
susan
01:08:51
Thank you!
Evelyn Lord
01:08:54
Gracias!
José Aguiñaga
01:08:58
Many thanks for today
Ms. Mathews
01:09:02
Thanks this was great!
sbrayton@waubonsee.edu
01:09:02
Thanks everyone! Really appreciate this opportunity!
Connie
01:09:03
Thank you for the discussion.
kathleenbutlergordon@gmail.com
01:09:23
Thank you so much Sandy McCarthy and Walter Butler!
Mary Anne Farrell
01:09:26
So true, Elizabeth!!
Jenny Thomas
01:09:39
thank you
Julie
01:09:39
YES..i have heard some people say they have moved two years in two months
hmarks
01:09:48
Great points. Good for you and thanks for illustrating. We did too!
Lori Carmona
01:09:54
Absolutely @Elizabeth S. MD, yes flex schedules, more online, ebooks, yes now they see it is possible and improves services.
Julie
01:09:54
it's a HUGE improvement
Debbie Herman
01:09:55
Silver linings!
Shawna Thorup
01:10:00
We pivoted to online appointments over spring break. I love love love it!
John.Brower@sjcd.edu
01:10:11
speaking of ordering more e-books, we found that most of the Salem Press books include and ebook with the print purchase.
Julie
01:10:22
we spend @40% More TIME WITH USERS ONLINE
Julie
01:10:31
our data show
Shawna Thorup
01:10:36
Is that good or bad @Julie?
Julie
01:10:54
So true, but really good for us...
Alana Krause
01:11:01
Yes @ Salem. They also approached us with access to their titles as a database!
Shawna Thorup
01:11:17
We have a lot of Salem Press. Wonderful content, great prices, ebooks!!!!!
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:11:26
That's true, Julie. Those ref interactions online take longer
Sabrina
01:11:32
Yes, thank you!!
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:11:34
Thanks, everyone!
Julie
01:11:52
I would love to share data on one call
Shawna Thorup
01:11:53
Chatting is longer, yes, but screen share with Zoom is very efficient!
Julie
01:11:56
or before - of course -
Alana Krause
01:12:00
On the guide?
Julie
01:12:02
we have learned a great deal
Shawna Thorup
01:12:03
Thank you!
Lori Carmona
01:12:03
How do we access the recording? Oh ok TY
Linda Miles (she/her)
01:12:04
bye now!
Amanda Iwanicki
01:12:05
Thank you!
hmarks
01:12:05
Thanks and stay well y'all.
Julie
01:12:05
yes, will do
Denise Derosa
01:12:07
Thank you. Take care everyone