14 people representing a variety of types of libraries attended the program.
Marietta Carr of the Schenectady County Historical Society gave a presentation of changes and adaptations the Society has made since the beginning of the pandemic. These include:
Hannah Cox, Librarian at the Albany Institute of History and Art made a presentation on their procedures during and after their shutdown:
Anne Kearney and Karen Kiorpes of University at Albany outlined some good preservation procedures that are especially important during shutdown.
When a building is closed, whether seasonally or unexpectedly, as during a pandemic:
Other points and concerns:
The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 8, 9:30-11:00 am. The topic will be Response and Recovery from Unwanted Water Events.