[kids-lib] Read how public and school library staff are rebuilding!
katiea at wccls.org
Sun May 22 13:40:05 PDT 2022
For the 2022 OYAN Review, library staff in Oregon were invited to share how we are rebuilding as we enter year three of the pandemic. Reading your survey responses, I got inspired, laughed, cried, thought deeply, and got great ideas. Most importantly, reading all the thoughts my colleagues bravely shared made me feel proud to be part of this library community.
You can read the #OYANReview2022<https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/oyanreview2022?__eep__=6&__cft__%5b0%5d=AZVj1I4FYYeYVKGh7TJN-LCL_eJ11Ug4uko6Z9GdSgBVsHqvc3Znq6yfitBZ21E3eEtZsESgDarWJ52NlJH3JSX4Yeu9e4yFyjJuMWUVkYaz3ze2QT0d-X-BY_OEwhdkBjkoNATN9BbywVtbuy33KMJCLkBbQJwvbQvo3VkIt64uJA&__tn__=*NK-R> series of posts on OYAN’s facebook page<https://www.facebook.com/oyanfans> over the next few weeks and months. At the end, they will be published in a PDF on the OYAN blog<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/>.
Katie Anderson (she/her)
Youth Services Librarian
Library & Community Initiatives Team
Washington County Cooperative Library Services<https://www.wccls.org/>
katiea at wccls.org<mailto:katiea at wccls.org>
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