On this week’s call were Maurice Coleman, Andrea Snyder, Paul Signorelli, Diane Huckabay, Jill Hurst-Wahl, and Tom Haymes. Maurice began by listing off things that have occurred since January. Wow. Even though our national news is causing us angst, there is some good news in our libraries as they begin to reopen. (Or this isn’t good news if you are part of #CloseTheLibraries.) At any rate, as trainers-teachers-learners, we talked about what this re-opening means for our libraries and academic institutions in terms of teaching and learning. Give a listen then join us on June 18 for our next show.
- Office of Facilities Planning, New York State Education Department May 29, 2020, Plastic Sneeze Guards. “Warning: Plexiglass glazing used to construct sneeze guards is flammable and does not meet NYSED Manual of Planning Standards-1998 requirements or the 2020 Building & Fire Codes of New York State.”
- Tom Haymes. The Hybrid Plus Strategy
- Fall Scenario #13: A HyFlex Model