Virtual Storytimes: Filming Before, During, and After COVID- 19 (archived webinar)

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This is an archived webinar available from our new archived webinar platform "SERLS Academy".  Once you've registered, follow this link to join the SERLS Academy 

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This particular online experience is a mere 60 minutes in length.  Easy to fit into your busy schedule.  

The world was turned upside down in early 2020. 

Many libraries were closed suddenly and children's librarians were asked to do storytimes online, some with materials and some without.

Authors and musicians were giving permission for use, but the rules of copyright have, and continue to be dubious. 

This brings up many important issues as to what our role is as library storytellers before, during, and after this pandemic. 

This webinar hopes to answer questions regarding virtual storytimes and empower library workers to rise to the challenge of providing professional online early literacy to our patrons.

Our presenters will answer common questions about copyright, best practices, technology, accessibility, and more. 

Our presenters are also happy to take follow-up questions and chat more!

Attendees will learn how to:

    Get a basic idea of how copyright works

    Find resources for copyrighted material before, after and during COVID 19

    Implement best practices in every storytime including accessibility

    Filming tips and strategies for a virtual storytime

    Do storytimes with limited materials

  • Technology tips for doing storytime from home


No Charge for Libraries 

Event Type(s): Issues and Trends, Online Course, All
Presenter: Cydney Clink - Melanie Borski-Howard
Jay Burton
(740) 384-2103

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