More than 2,500 public libraries responded to the broadest national survey of public library responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, conducted by PLA between March 24-April 1. What did PLA learn about closures, services, and staffing that can help libraries understand how their peers are responding to the current crisis and plan for future recovery? How are organizations like PLA and ALA using this data, and what could you do with it? Register now for Public Libraries Respond to COVID-19: National Survey Results webinar on April 22 at 12:00 pm MT to find out. Because the landscape is changing so quickly, PLA plans to conduct another survey about this topic. Participants will have the opportunity to inform the next survey and ask questions.
NOTE: Due to high demand, PLA is accepting up to 1500 registrations for this event, but only the first 1000 viewers will be able to attend live. The webinar room will open about 15 minutes before the start of the event, arriving early is recommended. The archived recording will be available for viewing on PLA’s On-Demand Webinars page http://www.ala.org/pla/education/onlinelearning/webinars/ondemand.
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