Through all of the uncertainty of the past few weeks, there has been one constant: libraries have continued to support their patrons and rise to the occasion during this challenging time. When connection was most needed, virtual book clubs gave communities a chance to interact. When resources were urgently needed to support student learning at home, libraries and schools came together to create partnerships through Public Library Connect. When more content was needed to meet growing demand, many publishers offered up options like simultaneous access titles, no and low-cost access to hundreds of titles, and new lending models.

There’s been a lot to keep track of, and we’ve been sharing a lot of information over the last few weeks regarding ways libraries can continue to reach out to new users and support digital lending during this crisis. In an effort to consolidate the information and help you find it all in one place, we’ve created Remote Resources for Libraries that hosts new content offerings, promotional resources, professional development, tips and best practices, and innovative library outreach during closures.

Our goal is to be as helpful to you as we can during this time (and always!) as you strive to meet the needs of your patrons. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, or reach out to your Account Manager.