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BOOK CLUBS & BOOK DISCUSSIONS IN THE TIME OF COVID-19
Sarah Hendy-Jackson
16:49
Hello from Sarah Hendy Jackson and Patricia Garcia Ocampo from SDPL
Lauren Morrison
16:50
lauren morrison (kern county)
Jocelyne Concordel
16:51
Jocelyne from San Mateo County Library
Julie Brown
16:51
Hello from Austin Public Library!
Lizeth Zepeda
16:59
Hi, Liz Zepeda, CSUMB
Monica Chapa Domercq
17:00
Monica from Oceanside Public!
Rachel Marroquin
17:00
Rachel from Kern County Library!
Galina Wells
17:03
Hello from Santa Cruz CA
Sarah Landreth
17:17
Hello from Sarah from Orange Public Library
Heidi von Mayrhauser
17:18
Hi Adrienne!
Debbie Schneekloth
17:21
Hi Julie!
Rebecca Burgan
17:22
Hey hey from Sausalito!
carrie davies
17:24
Hi from carrie davies @lapl
Julie Brown
17:31
Hi, Debbie! :)
Adrienne
17:36
Hi Heidi!
Maureen Figueroa
17:45
Greetings from Orange County Public Library!
Zarissa Cline
17:48
hi Debbie & Julie!
Melody Tehrani
17:53
Hello, Melody from Palo Alto Library
Julie Brown
17:58
Hi, Z!
Emma Kalmbach
18:14
Emma from Austin Public Library. Hi to my other APL folks!
Julie Brown
18:20
Emma! :)
Zarissa Cline
18:22
Hi!
Tanya Lindquist
18:29
Hello from Tanya New Folsom prison library
Debbie Schneekloth
18:40
Hi Emma and Marissa!
Sean Martinez
18:56
Hello, Sean from Daly City Library
Jillian Wilson
19:04
Hi Tanya!
Tanya Lindquist
19:39
Hey Jillian!
Samuel Tompkins-Jenkins
19:45
Samuel from Palo Alto City Library
Jose Gaytan
19:46
Jose from the Santa Maria Public Library
Patricia Delara
20:05
Hi Sean!!!!
Julianna Robbins
20:21
Please don’t use the raise hand function. If you need help you can try to PM me here.
tonya stafford
20:30
Hello all, Tonya here from the Boston Public Library
Valerie Tramack
20:36
Val from Palo Alto City Library
Elaine Tai
20:45
please also select “all panelists and attendees” :)
Samuel Tompkins-Jenkins
20:53
Hey Val!!
Julianna Robbins
20:56
Yes, thanks!
Julianna Robbins
21:39
I am so excited to have all of you here!
Chrissy Carr
21:59
I have Loved being on conference calls with people around the country and world
Reggie Mallorca
22:15
Hey that's my boss
Samuel Tompkins-Jenkins
22:18
Hey Alison!
Yesenia Velasquez
22:20
Yesenia Velasquez, New York Public Library. Home library growing up was Santa Clara County - Gilroy
Julianna Robbins
22:24
She’s so awesome.
Herschel Greenberg
23:08
please type the name of that book in the chat
Herschel Greenberg
23:13
or any books named in the video.
Herschel Greenberg
23:18
that would be helpful
Julianna Robbins
23:26
You can see all of the books and more at https://calbook.org/programs/bta/
Herschel Greenberg
23:33
thank you
Julianna Robbins
23:39
Wrinkles by Paco Roca :)
Julianna Robbins
24:36
If you need help please let me know in chat.
Julianna Robbins
26:46
YES the webinar is recording and will be shared. The books are listed at https://calbook.org/programs/bta/
Julianna Robbins
26:47
Yay.
Julianna Robbins
27:25
Please do not use the raise hand feature. Please let me know if you need help via chat. Thanks!
Julianna Robbins
00:27:56
YES the webinar is recording and will be shared. The books are listed at https://calbook.org/programs/bta/
Yay.
Please do not use the raise hand feature. Please let me know if you need help via chat. Thanks!
Cynthia Wilson
29:14
Hi Pat Oey!!!
Pat Oey
29:25
Hi Cynthia Wilson!
Julianna Robbins
29:37
Sharon Coyle, do you need some help?
Deb Ripley
29:58
:) Happy place
Heidi von Mayrhauser
30:14
Hi Cynthia!
Cynthia McCarthy
30:17
Hi, Elaine!
Julianna Robbins
30:22
Alison is great!
Heidi von Mayrhauser
30:28
Hi Elaine!
Cynthia Wilson
30:45
Hi Heidi!!
Melody Tehrani
30:53
Hi Pat Oey!
Julianna Robbins
30:57
That was wonderful Alison!!!!!!!!
Pat Oey
31:07
Melody! Hello! :-)
Morgan Pershing
31:11
Hi Melody!
Pat Oey
31:22
Hi Morgan!
Morgan Pershing
31:38
Hi Pat!
Melody Tehrani
31:55
Morgan! Great to see you!
Julianna Robbins
32:01
The book is The Collected Schizophrenias by Esme Wang
Julianna Robbins
34:46
Reminder, please do not use the raise hand function. We’ll take all questions at end. And if you need help please shoot me a message on chat. Thanks!
Julianna Robbins
35:44
Please note your questions and we will have about 10-15 minutes to share :)
Olivia Audoma
36:00
Elaine: Please share the days and times you found worked better for you book club meetings
Herschel Greenberg
36:35
Will any of the panelists discuss book clubs on college campuses, or is this all about library book clubs?
Julianna Robbins
36:50
Cool, we’ll note these questions and discuss at the end :)
Jose Gaytan
37:17
Padlit?
Chrissy Carr
37:19
what is the name?
Paula Teixeira
37:22
What is it called?
Paula Teixeira
37:28
PatLIT?
Alice Schock
37:38
Can you spell it? Padlit?
Julie Smith
37:38
Padlet
Heidi von Mayrhauser
37:42
Padlet
Alice Schock
37:51
Thanks!
Julianna Robbins
37:58
Hershel, the focus is mostly public libraries but one of our BTA libraries is SJSU.
Julianna Robbins
38:48
Yep, crowdcast.
Julianna Robbins
39:22
351 :)
Leah Coffin
39:27
XD
Julianna Robbins
39:38
Thank you Elaine!
Herschel Greenberg
40:03
ok, thanks
Julianna Robbins
40:15
Great questions and chat. We’ll have time at the end for Q&A with all of the awesome panelists.
Julianna Robbins
41:19
We have several folks on phone connections here today :)
Lynne Kemmer
42:43
I would love more information on how to deliver panel discussions on books, author readings, and other book-related programs virtually. What are the best options? Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams (Zoom is not an option as we do not have an account), Facebook Groups, Facebook Live, et al. More specifically, a panel discussions (on a One Book title's themes) with panelists and moderator in different locations. And also with privacy issues in mind (Re: "Zoom bombing").
Jennifer Livingston
43:12
can we hear more about the actual platforms that people are able to use besides Zoom which we are not allowed to use.
April Zilber
44:05
FYI, I tried using Skype for my book group in March and connectivity was not as good as Zoom.
Cynthia McCarthy
44:27
One department at my library is using GoToMeeting.
Julianna Robbins
44:29
Lynne, we’ll have some more info about that throughout the hour….Some tools are crowd cast, Zoom, Facebook live, Google hangouts, etc.
Anna Dalin
44:49
Ted (Talks?) Circle?
Darren Heiber
44:53
https://meet.jit.si/ is very similar to Zoom, allows for password-protected rooms, and is open source.
Julianna Robbins
45:02
GoTo Meeting or JoinMe are other tools. Good suggestion Darren have not heard of that one.
Darren Heiber
45:27
https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/best-zoom-alternatives-video-conferencing/
Lynne Kemmer
45:28
Microsost Teams is free with Microsoft Office account: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-teams/download-app
Lynne Kemmer
45:41
*Microsoft
Lisa Hernandez
45:45
We used Zoom first meeting but are going to use GoTo Meeting next time because the free Zoom account was limited to 40 mins. at a time, we have an unlimited GTM account.
Julianna Robbins
47:02
Hard to keep track of life right now. I think the connection point is very important.
Robert Graves
47:16
BlueJeans is an option, but we've found it clunky in the Meetings iteration. Events works better.
Julianna Robbins
47:33
thank you Emilly! So much good info.
Julianna Robbins
49:46
Cynthia P - did you need help? Please chat with me.
Leah Coffin
50:14
My hands are a wreck.
Elaine Tai
50:24
same
Julianna Robbins
51:12
One more reminder - if you have a question, please note it down and we’ll have an open Q&A the last 10 - 15 minutes. Please do not use the raise hand function - please use chat instead.
Julianna Robbins
51:47
Yay!
Julianna Robbins
52:21
Sharon - did you need some help?
Julianna Robbins
53:26
Such a great point - people just want to connect and we are in new territory!
cynthia teyolia
53:56
wondering if anyone has any insight on doing virtual bookclubs for children and their parents. great info about adult book clubs so far!
Sharon Coyle
53:56
My hand keeps raising all on it's own. I click it off, but later it happens again.
Julianna Robbins
54:21
No worries Sharon, tech is fun :)
Olivia Audoma
54:50
Laura: Curious to know becuz of your audience, what time and days workedbetter to meet?
Julianna Robbins
55:20
More excellent points. Grace is key!
Deb Ripley
55:27
give yourself grace. love it
Yesenia Velasquez
55:40
You can also add the Google Grid View chrome extension to see everyone in a grid. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-meet-grid-view/bjkegbgpfgpikgkfidhcihhiflbjgfic?hl=en-US
Cynthia Finder
55:42
Me too!
Julianna Robbins
55:58
That’s cool Yesenia!
Julianna Robbins
56:50
Thank you Laura!!!!!
Deb Ripley
56:59
hadn't thought about recording book clubs for folks to discovery later.
Julianna Robbins
57:40
Deb, recording stuff is great. Just tell folks you are going to record. A lot of people will watch later when they have time and then comment and interact too.
April Zilber
57:44
Deb, my book group members did not want to be recorded, it would be a good idea to ask them about it ahead of time.
Charmaine Mendez
57:53
I've done a Facebook live informal book discussion (with book recommendations and what I plan to read next, and asked patrons to share what they're reading and want to read). It was pretty good for a first time event :-)
Lynne Kemmer
58:12
If you have a FB book group you can use Facebook Messenger to create a group video chat and it is private with members of the group only (but think you can add outsiders - not sure). Also, not sure limit of people, but I had three people in last video chat I had - see: https://www.facebook.com/help/messenger-app/1414800065460231
shannon berg
58:37
Does anyone have any tips for facilitating book group meetings on Zoom? Do you use the 'raise hand' feature? How do you moderate the conversation? What "view" do you recommend using?
Julianna Robbins
58:47
You can also set up things like this webinar mode where you only record a few people / panelists and then have live folks interact via chat and share the recordings later.
Deb Ripley
59:01
Def. asking permission (we always let folks know the privacy capacity of whatever virtual meeting we use).
April Zilber
01:00:07
Shannon, I have people raise their actual hand in the Zoom meeting, it’s easier for everyone to notice, but my group has only 8 people at this point. I call on people.
Jose Gaytan
01:00:09
Would copyright be an issue with recording passages?
Jose Gaytan
01:00:19
sorry, i'll save that question for later!
Julianna Robbins
01:00:22
Check out more info on Monrovia’s Instagram….https://www.instagram.com/monrovialibrary/
Julianna Robbins
01:00:41
I’m pretty sure Stefanie is in close contact with her author :)
shannon berg
01:00:56
Thank you, April!
carrie davies
01:01:28
Could we send out a list of FB pages. or other access points for people doing BTA / book clubs so that we can see examples of what other people are doing?
Julianna Robbins
01:01:56
You can follow CA Center for the Book on Instagram @CaliforniaCenterfortheBook
Julianna Robbins
01:02:18
We repost a lot of the Book to Action info! Same for Facebook. Please join us.
Julianna Robbins
01:02:53
The list of books and libraries for Book to Action can be found here. https://calbook.org/programs/bta/
Julianna Robbins
01:03:37
It’s a wonderful group of librarians and library staff members who are working with community partners to do some awesome work.
Paula Teixeira
01:04:08
We register and I need to approve people to attend.
Darren Heiber
01:04:15
Zoom security concerns are overblown. They were just an easy target early on due to exploding onto the scene.
April Zilber
01:04:36
Paula, same here for SCPL virtual programs
Julianna Robbins
01:05:20
I have a Zoom best practices doc that I’m happy to share. Also, just jump in and try the different tools where possible. Test out with co-workers and take a deep breath.
Yesenia Velasquez
01:05:23
do you include the dial-in zoom information, for those who want to call in?
Jose Gaytan
01:05:50
Hi Julianna, the best practices doc would be great; thank you!
Darren Heiber
01:05:50
Julianna, :)
Julianna Robbins
01:06:01
Cool, will share.
Susan Parsons
01:06:19
May I please have your zoom best practices doc? sparsons@co.humboldt.ca.us. Thanks, Susan
Nancy Park
01:06:21
I think a good selling point for older users is that they can apply this technology to interact with their grandkids. :-)
Darren Heiber
01:06:49
IO
Stefanie Ulate
01:06:51
I totally agree Nancy! Some of our Novel T's members said the exact same thing :D
Melissa Ronning
01:07:10
I used break out rooms to divide the group into smaller size. My book club had 25 participants this week which was awesome.
Darren Heiber
01:07:19
I’ve read it’s best to limit group size, even smaller than in person, to avoid lots of talking over each other if you’re using a platform like Meet or Zoom.
Darren Heiber
01:07:49
That’s awesome Melissa!
Alice Schock
01:07:56
Does anyone have any marketing ideas if you don't already have a group established?
Briana Pullen
01:08:04
May I also have your Zoom best practices doc? :) Thank you in advance.
Serena Enger
01:08:07
Solano County Library and San Francisco PL have digital adult book clubs. Sausalito has an inventive interactive cooking club via Zoom. https://www.sausalitolibrary.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/9911/70. Over the long run, digital book clubs might work for commuters and those homebound due to disability, illness, or other factors.
Paula Teixeira
01:08:45
Yes please share
shannon berg
01:08:46
Yes please!
Jil Ronkainen
01:08:51
How do breakout rooms work?
Tanya Lindquist
01:09:01
Any suggestions when your community doesn’t have access to technology, how would you keep your book club alive?
Sarita Dangond
01:09:05
Yes. Please share.
Alison Kastner
01:09:09
Yes, please to best practices. Our county won't let us use Zoom
Barbara Eales
01:09:10
Yes, I'd love the best practices doc!
Darren Heiber
01:09:12
:applause:
Briana Pullen
01:09:21
Applause
Deb Ripley
01:09:22
yay! Thank you awesome panelists
Barbara Eales
01:09:27
Standing ovation on this end :^)
April Zilber
01:09:29
Tanya, maybe a phone conference call?
Stella Carruth
01:09:29
Best Practices, please!
Olivia Audoma
01:09:31
Julianna: I would be interested in your ZOOM best practices paper.
Melissa Ronning
01:09:35
I had such a great experience with out Zoom book club that I think we will continue to do this after we open again, as it makes it super easy for people to participate.
marie carlsson
01:09:35
yes please best practices
Leah Coffin
01:09:44
Yes, please send us the paper!
Lani A. Revell
01:09:46
I would love the best practices document too, please!
Julianna Robbins
01:09:56
Sure thing. Will post on the Adult Services Symposium website.
Lynne Kemmer
01:09:59
Our Library does not have a Zoom account and free account limits to 40 minutes, 100 participants. and does not archive.
Monica Chapa Domercq
01:10:01
Yes, best practices would be great
Madelyn Horton
01:10:03
Yes, would love Julianna’s best practices doc
Charmaine Mendez
01:10:07
Yes to the Zoom best practices document! And thank you panelists! Interesting discussion :-)
Scott Biegen
01:10:07
I would like this too.
Rebecca Elder
01:10:08
Thank you all--great info and presentation!
Cynthia Finder
01:10:08
Juliana, I also would like to receive your Zoom best practices document. Thank you!
Elaine Tai
01:10:15
if helpful i was referred to this before too https://galecia.com/blogs/lori-ayre/zoom-tips-libraries
Tanya Lindquist
01:10:23
I should clarify, this is in a prison setting. Right now everybody is restricted from coming into library, but they have decided to open it up to small groups.
Elaine Tai
01:10:23
didn’t want to share without permission :)
Alice Schock
01:10:24
Yes, I would also love the best practices doc!
Serena Enger
01:10:35
@Tanya Perhaps book club members without PCs could use their telephones and have the moderator use a call-in multi-line link.
Jeff Grubb
01:10:35
please send out best practices doc
Sharon Coyle
01:10:49
Thank you! Very interesting tips.
Sarah Landreth
01:10:51
Yes please to the Zoom best practices document
Julianna Robbins
01:11:00
Noted. Will do.
Jennifer Murrell
01:11:01
Maybe just include a link to best practices with the link to this webinar since so many of us would like it?
Julianna Robbins
01:11:07
TOTALLY ELAINE!
Susan Fukushima
01:11:27
yes, please to Zoom best practices.
Julianna Robbins
01:11:52
Yep, will post and share.
Herschel Greenberg
01:12:21
maybe send a link to the best practices to the email we registered with.
Barbara Lawrence
01:12:48
It is really hard getting multiple copies. I know this was addressed a bit. Maybe all the panelists could address this. Someone mentioned Hoopla and multiple libraries. Any other ideas?
Susan Fukushima
01:12:52
for book members who want to participate in live discussion but don’t have internet access, they can phone in using google hangouts? And Zoom? just wanted to clarify.
Barbie McConnell
01:13:07
From Barbie at Anaheim Public Library: I ran my book club on Zoom for the first time yesterday. One of my regulars is VERY concerned about Zoom security so didn't attend. It's a very small group...I'd like to make this something that all can feel comfortable attending. I instated a waiting room and password and the links only went out to my email reminder list for just the people who had previously expressed interest at our small branch. I did not lock the room because I know someone who was locked out of a college class when she had technology issues and had to reboot. I'd be interested in any information on security for meeting technology.
Julianna Robbins
01:13:16
I know Zoom has phone in only options.
Julianna Robbins
01:13:29
Zoom waiting rooms for meetings are a good idea.
Lisa Hernandez
01:13:47
BYO (bring your own) book clubs work well with limited availability - participants choose their own titles, there is a loose theme each time.
Joyce Nevins
01:13:48
How do the waiting rooms work?
Julianna Robbins
01:14:01
Yes, BYO book club is great!
Rita Romero
01:14:18
Yes, Susan, both Zoom and Google Meet have a dial in option for the meetings.
Darren Heiber
01:14:26
Waiting rooms are like having a bouncer at the door. You choose who you let in the room.
Chrissy Carr
01:14:36
Joyce when you setup a meeting include a Waiting Room. When they click to enter their name is displayed and you can Admit them or not
Julianna Robbins
01:14:39
Thanks Rita, thanks Darren.
Susan Fukushima
01:14:49
thanks, Rita! :-) somehow I didn’t know that.
Joyce Nevins
01:15:02
Thanks for the answer - I’ll take a look further at Zoom.
Rita Romero
01:15:03
You’re welcome, Julianna and Susan.
Karen Vermut
01:15:19
classics and classic plays from Gutenberg Project for unlocking
Karen Vermut
01:15:33
I'm
Julianna Robbins
01:15:47
Good points!
Julianna Robbins
01:16:10
Thanks Lorene.
Donna Romeo
01:16:14
Barbara—-Perhaps SORA for educators...I believe Open Library is making simultaneous use available as well
Rebecca
01:16:16
Hi, Rita!
Barbara Lawrence
01:16:20
Does overdrive have multiple sets of those classics that were mentioned.
Beatriz Preciado
01:16:25
OCPL is only using the “Always Available” list
Rita Romero
01:16:32
Rebecca! Hi!!!
Ally Hack
01:16:38
RE: Waiting Rooms - lots of folks haven't entered their names - so it says iPad or computer. It can be hard to know who is actually there! It'd be good to have a co-host to message with waiting people.
Karen Vermut
01:16:44
classic books and plays from Gutenberg Project v
Julianna Robbins
01:16:45
Excellent point!
Angi Brzycki
01:16:57
Such a good idea!
Lynne Kemmer
01:17:07
You can email or message followers or patrons with new library information or start of a club or to enlist participation in something.
Susan Fukushima
01:17:15
If you publicize and open up the book discussion to public, how do you vet the participants safely? To know you’re not getting trolls or someone with not so good intentions? just wondering about privacy and safety issues.
Andres Garcia
01:17:50
Does anyone use Nextdoor to promote programs?
Julianna Robbins
01:17:51
We totally used that hack in the past. The pro zoom account is not that expensive but I like the DIY ideas.
Rita Romero
01:18:05
Susan, reach out to me via email and I will answer your questions.
Elaine Tai
01:18:15
we use nextdoor at Burlingame
Susan Fukushima
01:18:23
ok thanks, Rita!
Rita Romero
01:18:49
You’re welcome.
Julianna Robbins
01:19:07
THANK YOU EMILY!
Alice Schock
01:19:40
Thank you for all of your great responses!
Alicia Rodriguez
01:19:59
Some book clubs are doing just themes in case you can't get copies of the books
Isabelle Briggs
01:20:01
I think that Zoom security is a concern, but I’ve never vetted people who attend in person programs! There will always be people who don’t take it too seriously (I’m a teen librarian this happens a lot).
Elaine Tai
01:20:18
Yes Isabella!
Elaine Tai
01:20:21
Isabelle*
Melissa Ronning
01:20:37
Thank you - this was a great!
Elaine Tai
01:20:53
aw thanks Nicole!
Herschel Greenberg
01:20:59
how do you choose a book? is it my committee, or does one person decide? Do you pick a theme, and then find a book? Or you pick a good book and build a theme around it?
Lynne Kemmer
01:21:11
Will we have access to the chat transcript for this presentation?
Herschel Greenberg
01:21:15
*by commitee
Joyce Nevins
01:21:49
How will we be able to access the best practices documents offered?
Julianna Robbins
01:21:55
Yes, chat will be saved.
Lynne Kemmer
01:22:12
Great! Thanks :-D
Julianna Robbins
01:22:13
Or coffee or wine!
Lizeth Zepeda
01:22:35
That’s awesome!
Alison de Geus
01:22:39
For book selection, my book club members offer suggestions, I collate a list and we vote!
shannon berg
01:23:06
Thank you, everyone!
Deb Ripley
01:23:07
Thank you all. Great session.
Leah Coffin
01:23:17
Thank you all so much! Great information.
Reggie Mallorca
01:23:18
Thank you, good job ADG!
Alison Kastner
01:23:18
You were all amazing! The best webinar I've been to in the last few weeks (and that has been a lot!)
Anna Dalin
01:23:27
Thank you all!
Sarita Dangond
01:23:29
Thank you!
Azar Katouzian
01:23:29
I was wondering will we have the recorded webinar?
Lani A. Revell
01:23:30
Thank you!
Lisa Hernandez
01:23:31
Thank you all! Be safe!
Sarita Dangond
01:23:32
Thank you!
Angi Brzycki
01:23:34
Thank you! That was so great!
Vicky Chen
01:23:35
Can someone talk about your Tech Help program?
Lynne Kemmer
01:23:36
Thank you all ~ very helpful!
Susan Fukushima
01:23:37
thank you! this is super helpful!
Madelyn Horton
01:23:38
Such awesome information and so relevant to this moment. Thanks!!!
Patricia Delara
01:23:38
Thanks everyone, this was very helpful!
Barbie McConnell
01:23:46
Thank you to all of you! Very helpful!
Rita Romero
01:23:47
Thank you all very much. Have a great afternoon. Stay happy, healthy, and safe.
Donna Romeo
01:23:47
Just wanted to say hi to Morgan...thanks all
Jil Ronkainen
01:23:48
Thank you from Goleta, CA
Olivia Audoma
01:23:51
Thank you for all of this. Very enlightening. and helpful suggestions.
Azar Katouzian
01:23:54
Thank you very much for this webinar.
Ernestina Garcia
01:23:54
Thank you Ladies for all this great info
Lynn Baden
01:23:55
How will we get the zoom best practices
Cynthia Finder
01:23:57
This was most helpful. Thank you so very much!
Briana Pullen
01:23:58
thanks!
Cynthia Wilson
01:23:59
Again, my question about folks who would like to participate but don't have the technology
Karen Cruze
01:24:02
Thank you!
Alison Peters
01:24:05
Thank you so much!
Melody Tehrani
01:24:10
Thanks All
Zarissa Cline
01:24:11
Thanks very much!
rubina markosyan
01:24:13
Thank you all!
Heidi von Mayrhauser
01:24:19
Thank you!
Isabelle Briggs
01:24:48
Thanks!
Erica Silverman
01:25:11
Thank you!
Joanna Oyzon
01:25:12
Thank you
Nida Pholananta
01:25:13
Thank you all!
Sarah Landreth
01:25:15
Is the best practices Zoom do available?
Laura Ishizaka
01:25:16
Laura Ishizaka lishizaka@pvld.org
Elaine Tai
01:25:16
tai@plsinfo.org
Alison de Geus
01:25:21
alison.degeus@cityofpaloalto.org
Stefanie Ulate
01:25:23
sulate@ci.monrovia.ca.us
Morgan Pershing
01:25:25
mpershing@sonomalibrary.org
Lynn Baden
01:25:28
lynn.baden@ylpl.org
NICOLE SHIELDS
01:25:31
nicole.shields@countyofnapa.org
Emily Aaronson
01:25:38
eaaronson@lapl.org
Vanessa Quesada
01:25:43
vmquesada@solanocounty.com
Yesenia Velasquez
01:25:46
yeseniavelasquez@nypl.org
Rebecca Burgan
01:25:51
rburgan@sausalito.gov
Rosalinda Savercool
01:25:54
Rosalinda.savercool@sjibrary.org
Leah Coffin
01:26:20
leah.coffin@library.cccounty.us
Tom Duffy
01:26:20
Tom Duffy Thomas.Duffy@sfpl.org
Evelyn Diaz
01:26:24
ediaz@ci.commerce.ca.us
Ariel Dyer
01:26:27
ariel.dyer@kernlibrary.org
Maureen Jeffers
01:26:34
Thank you to all the panelists and moderator
Alice Schock
01:26:44
Thank you very much!
April Zilber
01:26:47
Very informative!
Lea Aschkenas
01:26:49
Thank you!
Andres Garcia
01:26:52
thank you!
Alicia Rodriguez
01:26:57
Thank you!
shannon berg
01:27:03
shannon.berg@occr.ocgov.com
Pedro Orellana
01:27:06
TY!
Leah Coffin
01:27:08
Thank you all so much. Have a great day and be safe!
Olivia Audoma
01:27:13
Crism@ci.commerce.ca.us
Denise Fiedler
01:27:16
Thank you
Chris Vance
01:27:21
Vance@smcl.org Thanks very much.
Sarita Dangond
01:27:22
Great!
Barbara Birenbaum
01:27:29
bbirenbaum@lapl.org