By Kahlil Griffin My name is Kahlil Griffin, and I am a youth services librarian with the DeKalb County Library System. Before accepting a position as a librarian, I worked as a library associate with the Fulton County Library System for nearly three years. My tenure working for the FCLS prepared me for a position… Continue Reading One Librarian’s Experience Working at the COVID Vaccination Site
By Amber Spratlin Reference and Instruction librarians have been hard at work planning library instruction in non-traditional ways to adapt to new classroom stipulations. CJ Ivory, Assistant Professor and Instruction Librarian in Ingram Library at the University of West Georgia (UWG), shared with us how the Instruction Librarians at UWG are handling the pandemic. The University of West Georgia… Continue Reading Library Instruction in the Time of COVID-19
By Amber Spratlin and Felecia T. Moore So much has happened this year that many feel the passage of time at a different pace from usual – time seems to be moving too quickly as we lose track of weeks and months, but the days seem to crawl by. It is easy to feel as though current events are… Continue Reading History Is Happening in Georgia: How Are We Preserving It?
Updated 04/01/2020 Useful links from the State Librarian Julie Walker University System of Georgia Learning Everywhere – https://www.usg.edu/learningeverywhere Georgia public libraries and COVID-19 update – https://georgialibraries.org/coronavirusupdate/ Updated 03/18/2020 GLA is using our role as a leader and advocate of Georgia libraries to call on all public and academic libraries in Georgia to close their doors… Continue Reading GLA Statement Regarding COVID-19