Category Archives: Service Continuity

Service Strategy for Hardin Library During Renovation

The Hardin Library at the University of Iowa is closed for the summer due to renovation work. While their building is closed, their services are being offered at other locations. Click on the URL below to view their strategy. This … Continue reading

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Health Info Partnership in Missouri

Siobhan Champ-Blackwell of NN/LM’s MidContinental Region office, of which Missouri is a part, posts this to the Disaster Outreach listserv: “The medical library at St John’s hospital is not functioning at this time. The Medical Library at St. John’s Health … Continue reading

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Closing Tweets

A quick review of the “NEPR Times” Twitter feed (see left side bar, “Library Closings & Related Tweets”), provides an interesting study of the kinds of events that can cause library closings.  Over the past ten days (January 18-January 27), here’s the distribution: … Continue reading

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Great Opportunity

The severe winter storm that affected (and still affecting) the Midwest, South, Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast, gave libraries in these regions a great opportunity to activate their service continuity plans. If you don’t have a plan, this is a good … Continue reading

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