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Bailee Hutchinson
22:31
that is such a good reminder!!!
Bailee Hutchinson
22:51
I know my youngest daughters daycare has been open this whole time. I know it’s been difficult for them.
Bailee Hutchinson
26:22
that’s awesome!
Yvonne
27:46
those are great announcements! - Yvonne
Yvonne
29:11
For now open date is May 6, per City Mgr.
Lee Ann
30:08
Okeene will be opening to the public on Monday May 4
JCase
30:55
Will not know about re-opening till after May 12 meeting. So far have moved computers so no will be sitting next to each other when we do. Also have removed all the toys away.
JCase
31:14
Kellyville Public Library
Bailee Hutchinson
31:29
southern prairie library system will bring staff in on Monday. we will not be open to the public at this point but will begin curb side service and start preparation in the building to open to the public. Bailee from Altus public library
SPLS@Hollis
32:30
^^^ applies to us as well. Chelsea and Lynda from Hollis Public Library
Kim McNaughton / Holdenville
34:02
Holdenville: We have been curbside,not open until the 15th , then it will be 2 computers available by appointment only , must wait in car until appointment time so we can sanitize between each use.
Yvonne
34:08
Yvonne from Pawhuska PL: Will space computers 1 computer to a 6 foot table. Only business use allowed, one hour max. No staying on a computer for games, facebook, email, etc. We have been doing curb service, & sanitizing ingcoming books & leaving books out for a week before shelving.
Bailee Hutchinson
39:44
It was really good! Thank you for sharing
Colleen/Mannford Public Library
40:18
Colleen from Mannford Public Library: Is it normal for a performer to charge the same amount for a virtual performance as an in-person performance?
Sherry Beach - Claremore
41:23
Some of our performers have reduced their cost, but most haven't. All have removed any travel charges they may have included.
Cathy Van Hoy
42:16
"A Phased Reopening for Libraries as COVID 19 Restrictions are Lifted," https://medium.com/@john.alan.thill/a-phased-reopening-plan-for-libraries-as-covid-19-restrictions-are-lifted-2d96885c0c1d
Bailee Hutchinson
44:08
https://www.slj.com/?detailStory=tackling-copyright-concerns-when-taking-storytime-online
Bailee Hutchinson
44:13
This is a good article from Library Journal
Bailee Hutchinson
44:40
*school library journal
Bailee Hutchinson
45:42
I believe Harper Collins was one of the publishers that did a blanket release. ??
Kitty-Enid
46:01
I think you have to email them that you are using their books and state that you have permission at the beginning of the video
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
46:08
https://www.harperacademic.com/pages/onlinepermission2020/
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
46:28
Yes, through June 30
Kitty-Enid
47:01
You can delete them
Bailee Hutchinson
47:11
You can delete the video right?
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
47:17
As long as you make a good faith effort to delete your Facebook post by June 30 I think that would be fine
SPLS@Hollis
47:35
This article has the rules for several publishing houses: https://www.slj.com/?detailStory=publishers-adapt-policies-to-help-educators-coronavirus-covid19
Courtney Mayall
49:39
Any ideas on how to connect the virtual performances with those who don't have access?
Kitty-Enid
50:20
Does anyone have Extreme Animals scheduled?? They haven’t called me back to see what they want to do.
Colleen/Mannford Public Library
50:23
Colleen/Mannford: Thank you for the input.
Kitty-Enid
50:40
A2Z Zoo in Enid is going to make us a video about their different animals for us to use.
Bailee Hutchinson
50:51
We have extreme animals scheduled, but haven't heard from them either.
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
51:22
Tulsa uses YouTube and Facebook
Kitty-Enid
51:42
Enid uses Facebook
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
51:50
The good thing about YouTube is that it doesn’t require folks to have an account/login
SPLS@Hollis
51:53
All our virtual programs are currently through Facebook. That's seems to be what our patrons use the most.
Phylls Magady EOLS (Muskogee Branch)
53:38
we did a zoom test storytime yesterday, it went very well they had to call or email us for the link.
Bailee Hutchinson
54:05
I love the idea of zoom story time! I want to try that.
Kitty-Enid
54:17
I’m doing zoom with my teens but filming my story times and uploading them that way they can be viewed when they are available.
Bailee Hutchinson
55:56
Courtney, what survey did you put out for summer reading?
Autumn
56:13
You have to make it a post after the live is over
Yvonne
56:52
From Yvonne at Pawhuska - We have ordered a (small) video camera. & plan to do You Tube video - this is new for us.
Bailee Hutchinson
56:53
Also, how long are you letting patrons stay inside the library before they have to leave in order to let others in?
Courtney Mayall
57:13
I created a google form Summer Reading survey to get an idea of what types of programing patrons are interested in and access patrons have.
Cathy Van Hoy
58:07
Can you share?
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
58:10
We have found a lot of success in uploading “bite-sized” story time bits - one song, or a part of a book, or a movement
Sherry Beach - Claremore
59:07
Bailee, we're wondering how to manage that too. Ours will be politely encouraged to not linger....but, so many are browsers it will be hard to do. Hoping since they will know we're limiting the number most will be respectful of that(?)
SPLS@Hollis
59:28
I really liked this article on improving your virtual storytime: https://ontarianlibrarian.com/2020/03/30/tips-for-recording-virtual-storytimes-due-to-covid-19/ Chelsea from Hollis
Bailee Hutchinson
59:32
Paula, that is awesome :)
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
59:34
Paula, I think that is fantastic and NOT AT ALL cheating!
Courtney Mayall
59:41
Computers are timed 15, 30, and 90 minutes. patrons looking for material are not timed.
Bailee Hutchinson
01:00:22
Thank you , Courtney,
Yvonne
01:00:23
Yvonne at Pawhuska - celebrities reading? Great!
Bailee Hutchinson
01:00:42
(Bailee W/Altus) Yes, Sherry, That is what I am hoping as well!
Cathy Van Hoy
01:01:07
One thing someone said is with celebrities you need to watch first for "appropriateness"
Courtney Mayall
01:01:23
https://forms.gle/be5yyvwe4oBd7Vjc9
Cathy Van Hoy
01:01:32
Thanks!
Bailee Hutchinson
01:01:34
Thank you Courtney!!
JBrown
01:01:59
What kind of rewards is everyone going to give? Virtual rewards or in-person prizes?
Courtney Mayall
01:02:00
That is the link to my survey.
Yvonne
01:02:12
Yvonne at Pawhuska - what kind of rewards are popular with kids?
SPLS@Hollis
01:02:44
Patrick Stewart has been reading Shakespeare on Instagram
Becca Pesicka, Guthrie Library
01:02:50
Courtney, How are you doing the virtual D&D campaign? What platform are you using?
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:03:57
Tulsa has had success doing Zoom hangouts with teens. We’ve started a new teen Instagram channel, and we are featuring the teens themselves on it
Bailee Hutchinson
01:04:30
I have been reading "Bud, not Buddy" on Facebook for my more middle school kids and have received great feedback!
JCase
01:04:34
Jacque at Kellyville, have a punch card that the kids will bring back once open and for every 5 books they read will get a brag tag prize.
Bailee Hutchinson
01:04:54
Oh, That is a great idea, Leah! I want to try zoom hangouts for my teens.
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:05:16
@Bailey - if you have any questions, I’m happy to chat about it - just email me :)
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:06:01
@Kitty!!!! You are amazing!!!
Bailee Hutchinson
01:06:14
@Kitty that is amazing!!
Courtney Mayall
01:06:31
I love the Mask Singer idea!!
Savannah Rilee
01:06:32
@Kitty that sounds awesome!
Courtney Mayall
01:06:47
How do you set up a google classroom?
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:07:25
https://support.google.com/edu/classroom/answer/6020273?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:07:32
@Courtney
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:07:43
I have used Discord personally
Courtney Mayall
01:07:52
Thank you
Phylls Magady EOLS (Muskogee Branch)
01:10:44
I am going to do my Bad Art virtually this year, I am going to have them create their projects and email me the pics and I will post to for votes.
Bailee Hutchinson
01:11:02
I love that idea Phylls!
Leah Weyand (Tulsa Library)
01:11:10
@Phyllis that sounds super cool! They will love that
Karen Gilliland
01:11:12
What is Bad Art
SPLS@Hollis
01:11:34
I have been really interested in doing a Bad Art program
Bailee Hutchinson
01:11:43
I love the interaction, Personally!
Phylls Magady EOLS (Muskogee Branch)
01:13:12
usually a way to clean out the craft closet. they get to create what ever they want. They get very creative and it is not bad art at all, I stole that idea from a Canada librarian.
Kim / Holdenville
01:13:30
water hose ,,, splash pad
Bailee Hutchinson
01:14:29
This has been so helpful and it is really nice to connect with all of you!
Savannah Rilee
01:15:02
thank you so much ever
Kitty
01:15:03
@Bailee I agree!!
Paula Nelson
01:15:07
Yes Kim... Water hose in the Yrad love it !!!!
Shari from Pauls Valley
01:15:31
Great information. It's nice to know I'm not the only one struggling with how to handle all of this. Thank you all!
Courtney Mayall
01:15:34
I agree this has lifted my spirits and I am excited. Thank you so much!
Karen Gilliland
01:15:34
Thank you!
Savannah Rilee
01:15:48
Thank you so much everyone!
Sherry Beach - Claremore
01:15:54
Thank you, everyone!
SPLS@Hollis
01:15:54
Thanks everyone!
Yvonne
01:16:03
Yvonne at Pawhuska - Thanks to everyone for great ideas!!!
Lois’s iPhone
01:16:07
Thank you so much!
JCase
01:16:13
Thank you everyone … great ideas!
Shirley
01:17:10
Thank you for all the great ideas! thank you Adrienne for having this