Building a Culture of Resilience in Libraries
As we process the impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the profession, we will be turning towards incorporating more flexibility into patron-based services along with our own work. In this editorial, Paul Swanson, Technology Director for Minitex in Minneapolis, MN, argues that instilling a culture of resilience in our libraries will help us to more easily adapt to these changes and take on new ones.
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