The ALSC Virtual Storytime Services Guide is now available!
The Youth Services Shout-Out blog reminds us that there is no one right way to do an online storytime and provides three different archived webinars on how to get started.
Jbrary continues to update their Online Storytime Resources post.
An ALA copyright specialist weighs in on fair use during COVID-19.
Here's the latest information on copyright guidelines for online readalouds, by publisher:
Boyds Mills & Kane – through September 7
Candlewick Press – no stated expiration
Cherry Lake/Sleeping Bear – through August 31
Cottage Door Press – no stated expiration
HarperCollins – through September 9
Holiday House – no stated expiration
From the ASLC blog: "Libraries have both a professional and legal obligation to create accessible online experiences for their communities...start learning how to make your online content accessible with the #AccessThat training videos from Rooted in Rights. Be sure to also explore the Rooted in Rights step-by-step guide to Creating Accessible Videos.