Originally presented October 6, 2021
This webinar provides an overview of how a group of academic and public librarians in Laramie, Wyoming provided a series of programming about African American poetry and music.
Presenters talk about how they pivoted from a programming series initially intended to be in-person to a fully virtual set of programs during the COVID pandemic. They share practical tips for what to keep in mind when planning accessible virtual programs, how academic and public libraries can collaborate to create dynamic programming that appeals to all ages, and how you can produce a video event.
Finally, they discuss the good and the bad and note areas where practices can be improved to help you avoid pitfalls in advance when planning remote programs!
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