Pandemic Resources for Libraries

The COVID-19 pandemic has waxed and waned, but it is not over. Fortunately, we know much more now than we did in early 2020 – no more sanitizing groceries! On the other hand, this ever-increasing glut of information (and misinformation) can be hard to navigate. We have rounded up some resources on identifying accurate information and other topics related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: As Mr. Rogers said, “look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping”. There is no better place to turn for information literacy help than your local public library!

We’ve also been keeping track of the latest guidance and resources for libraries, businesses, and families. You can find more on our pandemic resource page:
We are always updating our pages, so if you notice that we are missing a crucial resource, please reach out to us.

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2 Responses to Pandemic Resources for Libraries

  1. Fairmont Public Library says:

    Fairmont Public Library update: Open as of September 9th, with restrictions. Masks, Hand Sanitizer and social distancing required. Outside wifi and curbside pickup still available.

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