Tech Tools to Help Your Library Cope with the Coronavirus

As COVID-19 finds libraries facing service reductions and closures, we must find ways to continue to operate in order to meet the needs of our communities. Here are some tech solutions to aid libraries in providing continuity of service even as we practice social distancing. Move Your Meetings Online A huge part of mitigating riskContinue reading “Tech Tools to Help Your Library Cope with the Coronavirus”

Bringing Virtual Reality to Our Senior Patrons

An article I wrote for Public Libraries Online: Libraries have long provided specific services to their senior populations, from Music & Memory programs to homebound access. Increasingly, libraries are adopting virtual reality technology into their service model. For libraries in possession of VR hardware, the technology offers an incredible new avenue for serving our senior communities. ReadContinue reading “Bringing Virtual Reality to Our Senior Patrons”

3D Printing Adventures with William Floyd

Originally published at LinkedIn Pulse. Each year, the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library celebrates the birthday of William Floyd (local hero & signer of the Declaration of Independence) with the school district that bears his name. Among the festivities planned would be a birthday cake baked by culinary students, essay readings and the display of student art. ThisContinue reading “3D Printing Adventures with William Floyd”