TeachingBooks is now IP authenticated for everyone in Nevada. They're also providing a portal through which users will receive instant access (no library card needed). Click here for the Teaching Books no-library-card-needed portal.
EBSCO's COVID-19 response page includes content offers, staff training and resources, learning activities for students, and more.
Grow With Google
Free resources to learn digital skills for employees, small business owners, educators, and students. https://grow.google/remotework/
Lifeliqe is offering free online 3D models for remote learning. Lifelique is the largest library with scientifically verified 3D, augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) content for online learning. As a partner of NSLA, Lifeliqe is providing free access to all librarians, patrons, students, and schools for remote learning.
Lifeliqe has been previously piloting its virtual reality across libraries in Nevada. Its online collection includes thousands of interactive models and lessons for science in 3D, AR and VR. The content is scientifically accurate, since it has been created with experts from the top universities. The free offer includes the first scientifically verified interactive 3D model of the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Lifeliqe 3D curricula are aligned to NGSS and Common Core and are correlated with most commonly science textbooks in the U.S.
Socrates includes a unique dynamic learning engine that adjusts the content to precisely match the learning needs of each student. The Socrates Learning Platform will be available to all Covid-19 impacted teachers, administrators, parents and students for the rest of the school year, and through the summer, at no charge. Sign up here: https://withsocrates.com/coronavirus/
Nevada Public Libraries: Socrates is offering no cost access to all NV public library patrons through at least June 30, 2020! The patron access portal is https://withsocrates.com/librarystart/ Access codes have been sent to directors; public library staff may also contact Sulin Jones at the Nevada State Library to receive patron access codes.
TumbleBooks, www.tumblebooklibrary.com, a world leader in online children’s book databases, announced today it will make its family of online libraries available for free to all public libraries until at least August 31.
For libraries with Kanopy accounts: "Thanks to the support of select partners, we're offering a collection of films you can stream without using any play credits! See the growing collection for your #Quarantine here: bit.ly/Credit-Free"
NV Division of Emergency Management – Homeland Security/Covid-19
Kelli Anderson, Emergency Management Programs Manager
Grants, Recovery & Mitigation, Department of Public Safety
Division of Emergency Management & the Office of Homeland Security
Virtual Storytimes Guidelines - Courtesy of Washoe County Library. Includes publisher/copyright permissions information.
Youth Services resources (aggregated by the Idaho Library Commission) An editable Google Doc. Includes tabs for streaming storytimes, family resources, self care sites, and social media.
Youth Programming Goes Virtual: Storytimes, Crafts, Teen Activities and More - WebJunction compilation of resources and examples for virtual programming for public libraries.
Virtual Storytime Services Guide - A collaboration of ALSC and Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy.
Live from the Library - Library Journal
Library as a Safe Haven: Disaster Planning, Response, and Recovery Free PDF ebook (ALA)
What if a Library Building is Closed? an ongoing webinar series hosted by Gigabit Libraries, IFLA, and partners on topics such as internet access, digital services, physical materials, and wifi
Materials Quarantine: No More than 24 Hours Needed, per CDC Epidemiologist Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction blog post covering key points from the the IMLS webinar listed above
Recommendations for Cleaning Materials Northeast Document Conservation Center recommendations for cleaning circulating material
Frequent Questions about Coronavirus Disease/COVID-19 (EPA) Includes information about disinfectants, drinking water, and indoor air
How to safely remove safety gloves -Short video from Montana State Library
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