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RESILIENT Workshops: Developing RESILIENT Libraries

The RESILIENT Workshops will support and empower library staff and improve library resiliency in the preparation, response, and recovery phases of an emergency or disaster in their libraries or communities.

Make a Plan - Worksheets for Libraries

Disaster Planning Working Group - Looking for members

You saw the presentation. You have the tools. Now let's make some plans!  Join colleagues from around New York to dig into the Risk Assessment Planning Worksheet and the COOP plan from the Developing RESILIENT Libraries webinar. Join Sarah Holsted, workshop moderator for informal, one-hour sessions on zoom. Even if you missed the webinar, you can join.

Attend a meeting: Contact Sarah for zoom connection details.

Thursday, Oct 22, 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Workshop Handouts

  • Risk Assessment Planning Worksheet - will be used during breakout session
  • Disaster Planning & Community Resiliency at Your Library: Learner Guide - will be used during breakout session
  • One-page Continuity of Operations (COOP) Plan

Resources for Libraries

There are many resources about the process for creating a disaster plan for your library. These are three comprehensive sources that have guides, worksheets, slides, and videos.


FEMA Region 2 - New York is covered in this region. Preparedness webinars

Attend the webinar - for all library workers

Workshop 1: Developing RESILIENT Libraries
Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020
Time: 2pm-3:30pm
Locati
on: Online Via Zoom
Trainer:Michele StrickerNew Jersey State Library

We’re in the middle of a pandemic - so join us for a webinar on planning for emergencies and disasters in libraries! All of your pandemic policies are in place, but when was the last time you updated your plumbing diagram and IT inventory list? The webinar blends presentations with breakout discussions. Handouts include a one-page disaster preparedness plan and a risk management matrix. Learn about the differences between risks, emergencies, and disasters and how all types of libraries can help their communities be more resilient before - and after - a disaster.

New Jersey State Library logoMichele Stricker is the Deputy State Librarian of Lifelong Learning at the New Jersey State Library where she is responsible for library trustee and director education and training, strategic planning, preservation best practices for special collections, disaster preparedness, and community resiliency. In addition to an MLIS from Rutgers University, she has an MFA in Museum Studies from Syracuse University, and an MA in Art History from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2019, she was selected as a Library Journal Mover & Shaker.

This event is free and open to all library workers.
All participants will receive a certificate for CE Credit

Recording of the Webinar

Key Info

Developing RESILIENT Libraries

Developing RESILIENT Libraries

About

The RESILIENT Workshops and related materials are organized and presented by Southeastern New York Library Resources Council with a Health Information Outreach Award from the National Library of Medicine during 2020/2021.
Developed resources reported in this project are supported by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health (NIH) under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012342 with the University of Pittsburgh, Health Sciences Library System. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

Southeastern NY Library Resources Council
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Phone: (845) 883-9065
www.senylrc.org