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The Art of Gathering in the Time of COVID-19
Rebecca Burgan
19:21
Hey hey, Rebecca from Sausalito
Joseph Miesner
19:24
Hello from SDPL
Mary Pezzetti
19:25
Hello from Irvine (OCPL)
Jon Andersen
19:26
Hi from Jon from Riverside Public Library!
Cathryne Ramirez
19:28
Hello, Cathryne from Orange County Public Library
Julieanne Randolph
19:32
Hi Rebecca :)
Sandra Pena
19:35
Good morning from City of Commerce, CA
Emily Mandala
19:36
hi from OCPL
Nicole Bird
19:39
Good Morning from Nicole in Mendocino County.
Juanita Koch
19:48
Hello Julianna
Rebecca Burgan
19:49
Hi Julieanne!!
tonya gadbois
19:51
Audio went strage when you switched to speaker
Deborah Matthews
19:52
Greetings from Los Angeles!
Maureen Figueroa
19:59
My screen is solid black..
Deborah Matthews
20:10
screen is black
Charmaine Mendez
20:15
My screen is black, as well
Juanita Koch
20:25
mine is broken and frozen but i can still hear her
Lynda Salem Poling
20:27
Mine is frozen
Deb Ripley
20:43
Deb from Palos Verdes Library District
Juanita Koch
20:50
can everyone still hear her?
Rebecca Burgan
20:50
The audio is breaking up pretty bad on my end
Nelda Stone
20:51
screen freezing
Rosalind Kutler
21:07
I think everyone in SF is zooming. R
Deborah Matthews
21:08
Blank screen and choppy audio
Annie Dompe
21:11
Annie with Hayward Public
nissa nack
21:16
Audio is choppy
Charmaine Mendez
21:21
@Juanita I can see Julianna, but the video is frozen and the audio is choppy
Charmaine Mendez
21:25
but I can still hear
Sally Thomas
22:01
Hi Annie!
Jessica Framson
22:02
Tired
Jolene Finn
22:02
uncertain
Minoo Hadidi
22:06
Disappointed
Deborah Doyle
22:07
uncertain
Rachel e!
22:07
grateful
Juanita Koch
22:07
oh good. i can star her just fine
Christany Edwards
22:08
stressed
Ted
22:09
Enthusiastic
Deb Ripley
22:10
v. stressed
nissa nack
22:11
unessential
Annie Dompe
22:11
Hi Sally!
LORI SAMPSON
22:11
Isolated
Dolly Goyal
22:11
Tired.
Joyce Nevins
22:12
discombobulated
Nida Pholananta
22:12
overwhelmed
Katie O'Connell
22:13
overwhelmed
Kathlyn Delang
22:13
anxious
Debbie Huey
22:13
lucky
Charmaine Mendez
22:14
Overwhelmed
Chelsea Genack Eggli
22:14
Energized
Melanie Morin
22:15
Stressed
Darren Heiber
22:15
optimistic
Annie Dompe
22:16
hungry
Maureen Figueroa
22:16
Black screen and audio is breaking up…
Susan Fukushima
22:18
grateful
Christopher Ota
22:18
anxiety
Laura Ishizaka
22:19
curious
Brenda Goldy
22:19
uncertain
Michelle Ruiz
22:19
clean!
Isabelle Briggs
22:19
calm
Michael Trejo
22:20
Yeah the video is frozen and the audio is breaking up
Pete Miesner
22:22
unsure
Guadalupe Gomez
22:23
Thankful
Nicole Bird
22:24
overwhelmed
Liz Romero
22:25
tired
Karen Cruze
22:25
anxious
Matthew Colvin
22:25
Uncertain
Lori Michelon
22:27
agitated
Lisa Neubert
22:27
anxious
Petry Saenz
22:27
nervous
Katy Azevedo
22:29
curious
Misty Wright
22:29
unsure
Rosalind Kutler
22:31
Feeling hopeful.
Sally Thomas
22:31
Nervous
Sandra Pena
22:32
Audio is choppy
Melanie Morin
22:33
Video is frozen and audio keeps breaking up for me too
Maureen Figueroa
22:36
worried
CYNTHIA FINDER
22:40
challenged
Jamie Daisey
22:40
anxious
Carrie Kurata
22:41
Sad
Nancy Valdivia
22:41
This is surreal.
Deb Ripley
22:43
but very choppy audio
Josh Mitchell
22:46
Audio is breaking up
Nicole Hight
22:47
Stressed
Jay Evans
22:48
A new frontier.
Juanita Koch
22:48
I can hear you just fine
Allyson Jeffredo
22:49
challenged
Paula Teixeira
22:50
video is frozen
Pedro Orellana
22:50
discombobulated
Cathryne Ramirez
22:52
Nervous
Julieanne Randolph
22:52
uncertain
Lynda Salem Poling
22:54
Pulled in different directions
joan peck
23:02
calm
Sandra Pena
23:05
Video and audio coming in and out
Christine Bolivar
23:06
bonkers
Jon Andersen
23:12
Optimistic
Carrie Kurata
23:19
From Carrie Kurata
Juanita Koch
23:22
great
Nancy Pe'a
25:21
bloated?
Juanita Koch
25:22
Zoom is new to me
Juanita Koch
25:34
I hope i can speak with you all
Sandra Pena
26:46
overwhelmed
Rosalind Kutler
28:42
gathering can be the outcome.
Rosalind Kutler
29:40
Most important elements of programming I learned from my Mom. Everyone is welcome.
tonya gadbois
32:24
i am experiencing all the above mentioned feelings. Well, except bloated
Charmaine Mendez
32:25
This is making me want to dive deeper into my purpose for having certain programs!
Karen Cruze
32:39
I think it’s interesting to see a swerve right now when we can think about what gatherings and events can be done virtually.
lisa weber
33:26
could you write the title here, please?
Dolly Knight
33:44
The art of gathering by Priya Parker
Charmaine Mendez
33:49
Yes, Karen. And I think more libraries will be comfortable with hosting regular virtual programs, even when our libraries re-open.
lisa weber
34:01
thnx
Karen Cruze
34:13
I think so too Charmaine
Rosalind Kutler
34:43
Connecting online even harder. Takes tremendous enthusiasm and focus.
Sally Thomas
35:31
I think connection is really important. We provide opportunities for people to connect with each other and gain a sense of belonging. It's often the connections and friendships that are created through library programs that we don't always see. But it's very powerful and moving!
Charmaine Mendez
35:38
Agreed, Rosalind. It has its pros and cons. But thankfully more people are gathering and connecting online these days because of the circumstances.
Chelsea Genack Eggli
36:16
Agreed, Sally, I think belonging is an important, deep purpose behind a gathering experience.
Juanita Koch
36:34
I agree Sally!
Karen Cruze
36:38
I think it opens us up to new audiences. People reluctant to come out, can now join in and try something new
Rosalind Kutler
36:46
Yes, including librarians. I've been in some amazing gatherings online, and inspired by the focus and enthusiasm of the peresenters - Roz
Tanya Lindquist
37:27
How many of you will continue to do virtual gatherings when your libraries go back to normal operations?
Susan Fukushima
37:43
it’s great that we can find ways to connect virtually, but there’s an equity problem. many of our patrons came to library for internet access and are without now. or it’s challenging for them to access the free or discounted services. I guess that is a whole other topic.
Julieanne Randolph
38:05
that's an important point, Susan
Karen Cruze
38:08
I like the whiteboard idea! And I would definitely entertain doing virtual services as we come out of this quarantine period
Juanita Koch
38:11
The need to express how they themselves are going through is so very important to our patrons.
Rosalind Kutler
38:31
And to that point, our staff team is working together on this project, and that's building good feeling.
Juanita Koch
38:39
The importance of simply listening.
Ismael Betancourt
38:42
Yes, really good book.
Charmaine Mendez
38:56
Tanya, not sure about our library, but I think it would be nice to have a virtual program at least once a week or every other week once this is all over. It would reach out to people who aren't patrons yet, and those who can't go out and are stuck at home.
Emily Weak
39:11
Nina Simon has a great engagement tool called OFBYFOR ALL
Emily Weak
39:12
https://www.ofbyforall.org/
Annie Dompe
39:36
StoryCorps partnering with libraries comes to mind
Karen Cruze
40:24
Good idea Dolly
Juanita Koch
40:30
well said.
Nicole Cuadra
41:08
Is anyone out there working on best practices to offer the most interactive experiences possible while keeping our virtual spaces safe?
Sally Thomas
42:33
I think that sense of having a purpose is what makes Book to Action so powerful. It's a collective sense of empowerment and community impact.
Laura Ishizaka
42:34
Our Local History Archivist is collecting photos and stories online
Juanita Koch
43:17
I agree Sally
Annie Dompe
44:05
yes, hierarchy of needs, not learning and teaching! love that oakland public has come out publicly in support of a rent strike!
Tanya Lindquist
46:10
hold social hours where people can just get together and discuss their feelings or other topics to get their mind off of Covid
Sally Thomas
46:59
Writing - and reading - are our core strengths. Don't we all love reading because we find resonance and connection in great books?
Joanna Oyzon
48:14
It's important to enable/encourage sheltering in place, for all our safety. Create virtual gatherings
Emily Smith
48:20
I'd love to know more about how people are approaching "participation" virtually? What ways are folks finding to allow for deep engagement online that still ensures safety/protects privacy of patrons?
Isabelle Briggs
48:37
I’m a Teen Librarian, and I want to have online social gatherings for young people, but I worry that Zoom is an awkward or unfamiliar “space” for them… thoughts?
Lynda Salem Poling
48:46
Zoom meetings still feel separated. Like I’m watching instead of participating.
Rosalind Kutler
49:16
The Citizen Science group did a great job on participation. Lots of hand raising for quick polls to take the temperature of the group on issues.
Petry Saenz
49:17
I've seen teachers are using Google Hangouts instead for teens
Juanita Koch
49:20
This Zoom format is great. This my first time using it. I will indeed need moreactice though.
Lynda Salem Poling
49:29
Our library is still answering phones.
joan peck
49:37
You can do a zoom with everyone present on video. We do that with family.
Isabelle Briggs
49:45
Thanks Petry!
Joanna Oyzon
49:52
I've seen a lot of people on Discord
Vince Alvendia
50:04
I know not everyone is comfortable with it, but having your own camera on and seeing your thumbnail mixed in with all the other faces helps to make it feel less isolated.
Charmaine Mendez
50:10
Never heard of Discord - thanks for the heads up, Joanna!
Tanya Lindquist
50:17
I know I want to hug everybody when this is all over!
Christany Edwards
50:19
Isabelle - my teen advisory board made a Discord server to be able to chat and hang out together in spaces they're familiar with, but they've also asked about using Zoom or Google Hangouts so they can see each other face to face
Emily Weak
50:25
re: Oakland public and rent strike - I don't think we are actually advocating for it, it's just that someone graffiti'd the library and we haven't got it painted over yet because of shelter in place
Ted
50:29
Not going to church. Priest called me on Sunday.
amy pierce
50:32
Teens love Discord! and TikTok.
Isabelle Briggs
50:53
Thanks Christany! I will check out Discord! Haven’t heard of it
Susan Fukushima
50:56
we used google hangouts for staff meeting and I was looking forward to seeing everyone’s faces, but most people are shy to be on screen so only some of us showed our face. it’s still nice to connect any way, even if it’s just audio or text. But a lot of people will not show their face in an online discussion. I’m shy too so I get it.
Joanna Oyzon
50:58
Discord started for gamers, to livestream their games. But fandom got into it (that's how I got into it) you can make your own chatrooms basically
Joanna Oyzon
51:04
it is VERY geeky FYI, haha
Juanita Koch
51:40
yes thats what i worry about our seniors out there who already feel disconnected.
Isabelle Briggs
51:47
Geeky is fine :P
Christopher Ota
52:09
Pleasanton has a program called Letters to Seniors where you write a one-way handwritten letter to a senior in need of connection.
Joanna Oyzon
52:17
I like that! Letter writing
Rosalind Kutler
52:19
Rituals and ceremonies immediately moved online.
Christany Edwards
52:35
Like Joanna said, Discord is primarily used for gaming chat, but it's also excellent for general voice and text chat, you can share screens, do D&D or other interactive games and activities and enjoy the feeling of "being in a room" together even if you're not physically sharing a space :)
Juanita Koch
52:41
I like that too letter writing is a great idea.
Sally Thomas
53:00
I love that idea - Letters to Seniors. Handwritten quality is very valuable.
Paula Teixeira
53:01
People who have been afraid to use technology are learning how to get ebooks now.
Joanna Oyzon
53:07
and if you like D&D here's a virtual tabletop: https://roll20.net/
Charmaine Mendez
53:18
Oh wait, I have used Discord before! Someone hosted a group challenge and we gathered on there to talk and discuss our progress. I liked it but it got overwhelming to catch up on all the comments.
Chelsea Genack Eggli
53:20
Letter writing is very well received as it shows forethought, time and intent. I send letters and cards to learners and tutors (I do adult literacy) and it builds a strong sense of connection.
Alicia Rodriguez
53:25
I'd like to learn more about writing to seniors.
Rosalind Kutler
53:40
Sunday 3/29/20 5 Social Apps to keep you sane in a shutdown in SF Chronicle has great comparison of free apps and best uses.
Juanita Koch
53:44
Me too.
Nicole Hight
53:58
Connect with the Senior Center to see how the are helping our older population.
Charmaine Mendez
53:59
I LOVE letter writing too! This month is national letter writing month :-)
Annie Dompe
54:02
ah, Emily, thank you for the fact-check! I know that OPL also has tenant resources highlighted on the website, so appreciate that attention prioritising basic needs for patrons
Alicia Rodriguez
54:06
I'm writing a letter to my friends kids that use to attend my story time.
Alicia Rodriguez
54:17
Yes Poetry Month!
joan peck
54:48
So, letter writing to Seniors is cool. How do you discern to whom to write?
Joanna Oyzon
54:51
I'm part of a postcard club, maybe something like that can be an easy in (if people are reluctant to write an entire letter) https://www.postcrossing.com/
Rosalind Kutler
54:53
I love the letter writing idea. We could do this for our homebound seniors.
Alicia Rodriguez
55:17
Thank you Joanna.
Juanita Koch
55:35
Maybe just a simple thinking of you cards?
Rosalind Kutler
55:43
I'll be attending an online Seder for sure.
Stacey Akahoshi
55:47
Most senior assisted living sites are on lockdown, so they have their own protocols on mail. You can always connect to the assisted livings in your area. My sister works at Sunrise and their corporate has done a lot to protect residents but it's difficult for their activities directors. So I am sure their communities would be happy to hear from libraries.
Emily Weak
56:33
We definitely focus on the housing crisis and how we can help tenants, and before COVID we partnered with tenants organizations to provide in-person help
Deborah Doyle
56:35
Remember to gather good stories. You can use them during ballot/tax measure campaigns. And to tell your legislators what you’re doing and why the library need additional funding!
Alicia Rodriguez
56:51
We were asked to call seniors on the California department of aging on behalf of EARS an emergency device they have. We helped call in to check on them and ask if they needed anything they were all thankful we were calling to check in on them.
Rosalind Kutler
57:09
We are promoting 211 also.
Annie Dompe
57:20
oh my gosh I love dial a story!
Rosalind Kutler
57:28
Poem a day.
Petry Saenz
57:57
The bear hunters are so cute
Deborah Matthews
58:01
Cool, Creedos to Emily!
Petry Saenz
58:03
hunts*
Ismael Betancourt
58:20
Use radio to crate programming and podcast to get stories out to the community.
Chelsea Genack Eggli
58:47
The other day a parade of teachers in cars drove through the neighborhood with dressed up cars and signs saying “we miss you” for the students. It was very sweet.
Rosalind Kutler
58:51
Thanks, Ismael. Radio has been my lifeline.
Alicia Rodriguez
59:05
I heard about that Chelsea.
Annie Dompe
59:16
yes, community radio has come up in other covid-related library webinars I've participated in. a good partnership to build anytime, but esp now!
Julieanne Randolph
59:20
I heard about that in other communities, Chelsea, and think it sounds so sweet!
Joanna Oyzon
59:29
I just had a thought... is public access television still a thing?
Deborah Matthews
59:41
Yes
Chelsea Genack Eggli
59:45
Lots of kids ran out and were smiling ear to ear and waving.
Nancy Pe'a
01:00:02
ham radio gatherings?
Joanna Oyzon
01:00:08
How do people get on public access TV? can libraries use it
CYNTHIA FINDER
01:00:15
Maybe partnering with local public radio…
Joyce Nevins
01:00:19
I just thought the same thing - use the local public access television to reach those who don't have internet, etc.
Joyce Nevins
01:01:05
We've appeared on the local channel to talk about our Community Read program.
Jessica Framson
01:01:07
Our City runs its own Channel 3 and have reached out to different City departments to provide content. We are beginning to work on this.
joan peck
01:01:07
How do you get folks to know to watch the local TV program? Mail? Postcards?
Susan Fukushima
01:01:21
that’s a great idea to somehow use phones. I worry for some of our patrons being isolated and lonely.
Nancy Pe'a
01:01:32
Some cities will have access to cable stations, I remember submitting a slide marketing library programs - it would go on a channel 3
Joyce Nevins
01:01:45
Use local radio to promote the tv access channel.
Maureen Figueroa
01:02:21
In Portland neighborhoods people put stuffed animals in the windows of their homes so when families go for walks the children see them and smile!
tonya gadbois
01:02:54
we have a community bulletin board at our post office. It's great for sharing info
joan peck
01:03:01
our communities are HOWLING at 8PM every night, to connect.
Chelsea Genack Eggli
01:03:09
Howling?
Rosemary Jorde
01:03:20
Back to handwriting notes or postcards to those in need or seniors. I've wanted to do, but then wondered if some might worry about potential germs still on the note being sent or wary. So wonder if any others have hesitated, or thought the same? Really want to do. But have hesitated, due to wondering if others don't welcome that currently. (due to this unusual time)
joan peck
01:03:23
Yep. Scares the domestic cats and dogs.
Stacey Akahoshi
01:03:41
Teddy bear seek and finds are a thing in my neighborhood, teachers put in packets a way to chart the amount of teddy bears you see in windows. It has been heartwarming for the kids and parents on walks.
Chelsea Genack Eggli
01:04:04
I think connecting with a senior home and if they, in house, have someone who can write up the notes that outside people send in via email. It really would depend if they have capacity for it. But the germs would be something to consider.
Katy Azevedo
01:04:17
RE: concern about paper transmitting virus - refer to CDC & ILMS webinar. Your public health department will reassure you - paper is not directly a transmitter
Chelsea Genack Eggli
01:04:18
Or, sending pictures of notes, and then in house they print them out.
ERICA GONZALEZ PALAFOX
01:04:26
I accidentally just sent this to the panelists. I wonder if the panelists or attendees can answer the question posted by Nicole "Is anyone out there working on best practices to offer the most interactive experiences possible while keeping our virtual spaces safe?" I would be interested in the answer as well
Charmaine Mendez
01:04:28
There's an official notice from USPS that the covid-19 virus isn't spread through mail, especially because of the temperature changes that mail goes through in transit. But I'd recommend calling the nursing home or whatever facility to ask them if they're comfortable with receiving letters :-)
Stacey Akahoshi
01:04:31
Rosmary contact you local communities, they have thier own protocols, they may already be dealing with this and have a plan. Many do.
Christany Edwards
01:04:35
Thank you Katy & Charmaie!
Christany Edwards
01:04:40
*Charmaine
ERICA GONZALEZ PALAFOX
01:05:16
safe
Jane Deeley
01:05:19
Bookmobiles
Vince Alvendia
01:05:35
I think state and local and federal need to consider that basic internet access should be a utility in this day and age, just like water and electric.
Rosalind Kutler
01:06:06
scistarter.org is also great for best practices for zoom (rather than safety/security) although online privacy was addressed
joan peck
01:06:27
Online/digital connect is great, but how do we get the physical materials to our customers?
CYNTHIA FINDER
01:06:47
Totally agree with Vince’s comment.
Charmaine Mendez
01:06:50
Thank you, Rosalind. I've been curious about citizen science webinars but haven't gotten around to seeing them yet
joan peck
01:06:51
The bookmobile comment made me think of this
Rosalind Kutler
01:07:33
I'm hearing divergent opionions so far. Some are saying they are buying Bed Bug machines. Others discussing disinfecting (for book returns.)
ERICA GONZALEZ PALAFOX
01:08:01
Thank you Dolly
Sally Thomas
01:08:11
Dolly, what is the book you mentioned? By Patel?
Annie Dompe
01:08:15
Dolly or another panelist, would you mind typing the title of the other "art of" book?
Dolly Knight
01:08:16
A paradise built in hell by Rebecca solnit
Rosemary Jorde
01:08:20
Thanks everyone for the further evidence I can share w/leaders where I work re: reaching out by mail. appreciate it! :-)
Tanya Lindquist
01:08:26
https://www.gotostage.com/channel/eeb07eb464d84f9b84eba5d5b0642e9c/recording/747b2b4a617b48a69e3145e28073d595/watch
Tanya Lindquist
01:08:38
ILMS did a webinar on this topic
Paula Teixeira
01:08:59
What was the name of the instagram person
Jody Thomas
01:09:08
Art of Relevance
Annie Dompe
01:09:25
Thanks, Jody!
Alicia Rodriguez
01:09:30
Art of Relevance Nina Simon
Pedro Orellana
01:09:41
Paula; Priya Parker
joan peck
01:09:52
Library 2.0 has great online webinars/conferences
Lori Michelon
01:09:56
thank you all for doing this webinar!!!
Stacey Akahoshi
01:10:05
Seeing all your faces is making me so happy! Thanks for getting this gathering together.
Katy Azevedo
01:10:21
Great information and focus by panelists. Thank you all!
Isabelle Briggs
01:10:25
Thanks to everyone!!
Katie O'Connell
01:10:26
Thank you!
Ismael Betancourt
01:10:30
Thank for doing this program! I learned a lot of great information to help our communities.
Deb Ripley
01:10:32
Thank you for this calming webinar.
Rosalind Kutler
01:10:44
Thanks! Hi, Kate!
Karen Cruze
01:10:48
thanks!
Deborah Doyle
01:10:53
“Basic utilities” are usually provided by private corporations as is internet access. WE DON’T have “the last mile” vis a vis basic internet because corps don’t think it’s profitable.
Petry Saenz
01:10:56
This has been incredibly engaging. Thanks for your hard work!
Rachel e!
01:11:01
Thanks all, take care everyone!
Nancy Pe'a
01:11:04
https://www.ted.com/talks/priya_parker_3_steps_to_turn_everyday_get_togethers_into_transformative_gatherings/transcript?language=en
Jane Deeley
01:11:19
Thank you. I really, really needed this!
Beverly Schwartzberg
01:11:24
Join State Library-sponsored networking conversations listed at the calendar at CLA-net.org. https://www.cla-net.org/events/event_list.asp
joan peck
01:11:36
Glad I attended. Thanks!
Vince Alvendia
01:11:40
Thank you panelists!!! Libraries are my happy space!
Dolly Knight
01:11:42
And Priya Parker herself has weighed in a bit on how to gather online: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/17/opinion/internet-coronavirus-social-distancing.html
Marilyn Taniguchi
01:11:46
Thanks! I've heard so many good ideas today, from panelists and attendees!
Dolly Goyal
01:11:53
a job :)
Lynda Salem Poling
01:11:54
friends
Joseph Miesner
01:11:54
Family
Alison de Geus
01:11:54
Amazing colleagues!
Joyce Nevins
01:11:55
family
Deborah Matthews
01:11:55
Family!
Katie O'Connell
01:11:55
All of us!
joan peck
01:11:55
a beautiful sunny day
LORI SAMPSON
01:11:56
Pets!
Isabelle Briggs
01:11:56
still having a job!!
Lori Michelon
01:11:59
I am still getting paid to work from home
Terra Emerson
01:11:59
a safe home
Jolene Finn
01:12:01
family
Kathlyn Delang
01:12:02
amazing community
CYNTHIA FINDER
01:12:02
My family
Katy Azevedo
01:12:03
closer access to family
Joanna Oyzon
01:12:04
my husband
Katharine Miller
01:12:06
family
Nancy Pe'a
01:12:08
my health
Beverly Schwartzberg
01:12:08
Join the State Library-sponsored discussions for teens, children's services, library directors, tech services, and more!
Susan Fukushima
01:12:11
grateful we are still able to work and earn an income
Cathryne Ramirez
01:12:11
community
Rosalind Kutler
01:12:12
Grateful for Family and Work.
Minoo Hadidi
01:12:13
Health
CYNTHIA FINDER
01:12:16
my health
Petry Saenz
01:12:18
my family
Emily Smith
01:12:18
for building new connections in these challenging times
Ismael Betancourt
01:12:19
I am grateful for my library family.
Jessica Framson
01:12:20
My job and co-workers.
Liz Romero
01:12:20
family and work
Jennelise Hafen
01:12:21
that i have a job and am still working.
Vince Alvendia
01:12:23
I'm grateful to have a home and wonderful friends and family and good people like you guys!!!
Chelsea Genack Eggli
01:12:24
Ability to work from home and have lunches with my family.
Joseph Miesner
01:12:25
Living in a walkable neighborhood!
Michelle Ruiz
01:12:26
family and colleagues
Pete Miesner
01:12:27
family. coworkers.
Lynda Salem Poling
01:12:29
Loved ones
Laura Ishizaka
01:12:33
income and the health of my family
lisa weber
01:12:34
Life!
Nelda Stone
01:12:34
Time to get caught up on some projects that can be completed online
Nicole Hight
01:12:35
Technology for me to stay connected with family and friends.
Rosalind Kutler
01:12:35
Amen, Joseph.
Ramin Naderi
01:12:36
heath and a safe home, good team to work with, great supportive network!
Victor Willis
01:12:37
My wife, my dog, and still having a job, even one I enjoy.
Ted
01:12:38
Support from our city human resources department.
Paula Miller
01:12:42
My employer.
Annie Dompe
01:12:45
having nature nearby
Karen Cruze
01:12:46
Safety, social distancing!
Nicole Bird
01:12:46
I'm grateful for my library, my co-workers, my friends, and family and my community.
Alicia Rodriguez
01:12:51
Grateful for my family, friends and coworkers.
Deborah Doyle
01:12:52
knowing that so many are looking for a solution
Julieanne Randolph
01:12:53
grateful to have a job and for my support network
Sally Thomas
01:13:00
Very grateful for my spouse, for companionship during this time.
Rosalind Kutler
01:13:01
Backyard breakroom! Yes.
Rosemary Jorde
01:13:07
Family's current health, walkable neighborhood, spring's beauty & to you all, for this webinar
Marilyn Taniguchi
01:13:12
Chance to pause and think deeply: challenges can be opportunities, too.
Barbara Eales
01:13:13
Community
Beverly Schwartzberg
01:13:13
Grateful for you all.
Nancy Valdivia
01:13:23
My health is coming back.
Paula Miller
01:13:37
my job my health and family as well as all our communities coming together
Jane Deeley
01:13:53
My mother died on March 16th. Only two of us could attend her at the funeral home. My niece asked to to film. I was first horrified, but I'm grateful she forced me out of my comfort zone. It meant so much to my siblings and her grandchildren to have their own "Goodbye"
Charmaine Mendez
01:13:54
So grateful for my library, the library world, family, friends, my faith, books, music, food, etc. :-) it also warms my heart to meet good people in this world who help out one another even in simple ways
Dennis Piotrowski
01:13:54
grateful for the health care and grocery store workers
Ted
01:14:12
and support from our union reps.
Rosalind Kutler
01:14:33
Thank you for your story, Jane.
Annie Dompe
01:14:34
Jane, thank you for sharing
Alicia Rodriguez
01:14:40
So sorry Jane. Can't imagine how that felt.
Beverly Schwartzberg
01:14:43
That's right! The announcement for the Adult Programming call on 4/6 just went out on Calix!
Julianna Robbins
01:14:53
https://calbook.org/symposium/2020-symposium/
Charmaine Mendez
01:14:56
Can't wait for the adult programming call :-)
CYNTHIA FINDER
01:15:08
Thank you all very much!
Deborah Matthews
01:15:17
Thank you!
Deborah Doyle
01:15:33
Thanks, thanks!
Alicia Rodriguez
01:15:36
Great panel. Thank you all!
Jon Andersen
01:15:41
My family and friend's health, the fact that all of you are out there thinking of these awesome things to bring to the field in light of these developments. I am thinking of this thought: The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word 'crisis. ' One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger--but recognize the opportunity
Marlene Austin
01:15:43
Thank you
Terra Emerson
01:15:43
Thank you
Melanie Morin
01:15:44
Thank you!
Christany Edwards
01:15:47
Thank you everyone!
Brenda Goldy
01:15:47
Thank you
Darren Heiber
01:15:47
TY!!
Charmaine Mendez
01:15:48
Thank you so much for hosting this webinar! A bunch of stuff to consider!
Rachael Gridley
01:15:49
Thank you!
Sally Thomas
01:15:54
Thank you very much!!
Jody Thomas
01:15:54
Thank you, All!
Pete Miesner
01:15:55
thanks
Susan Fukushima
01:15:55
Great panel! thank you so much!
Cathryne Ramirez
01:15:55
Thank you!
Annie Dompe
01:15:57
thanks, all
Nicole Hight
01:15:59
Thank you!
Minoo Hadidi
01:16:00
Thank you!
Liz Romero
01:16:02
Thank you!
Vince Alvendia
01:16:03
Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Emily Smith
01:16:08
thank you!
Katharine Miller
01:16:08
thank you!
Ramin Naderi
01:16:09
Thank you!
Jon Andersen
01:16:12
You are awesome folks. Thank you for this :)
Ismael Betancourt
01:16:12
Thank you!
Beverly Schwartzberg
01:16:12
Thank you!
Lynda Salem Poling
01:16:13
Thanks and bye!
Pedro Orellana
01:16:15
TY!!!
Rosemary Jorde
01:16:15
Jane, heart goes out to you & your family at your loss!
Jolene Finn
01:16:15
Thank you!