Monday, May 4, 2020

Virtual Storytime - Tips on Fair Use & Kids' Privacy


As we explore and plan our online programming content, ALSC (the Association for Library Service to Children) has shared two blog posts to help us navigate two big issues. Much of this content sprung from work being done on the ALSC Virtual Storytime Services Guide. The entire guide, featuring sections on Best Practices; Technology Tools; Servicing Diverse Families; Online Programming Ideas; Promotion; and other Online Resources, will be available for free later this month on the ALSC website.

Pausing to Talk About Copyright and Virtual Storytimes
In this brief excerpt from the forthcoming ALSC Virtual Storytime Services Guide, fair use and copyright are explored - both during the pandemic and during non-pandemic times.

Virtual Programming and Patron Privacy
Based on an interview with Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom, shares key thoughts for libraries to consider dealing with COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act) and the use of different platforms.



Links to YSS COVID-19 series:
Online Storytimes
SLP & Programming Resources
Re-Opening and Safety Issues
Permissions (Books, Authors and Music)
      Music Permissions? Look No Further  3/27/20; updated 3/31/20
Professional Development
Kids Resources
WI Online Program Data
Friday FAQs with Tessa Michaelson Schmidt
4/10/20 recording       4/17/20 recording          4/24/20 recording        5/1/20 recording               5/8/20 recording
Taking Care of You

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