Resources for School Librarians - Index
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- Libraries and the Coronavirus - Evolving information and resources. A very extensive list of links from Web Junction.
- Pandemic Preparedness - A list of link to relevant web sites from the American Library Association.
- Pandemic Resources for School Librarians - From the AASL.
- How to Sanitize Collections in a Pandemic - An article by Lara Ewen,in American Libraries, March 27, 2020.
- How long will the coronavirus live on surfaces - From The New York Times, March 17, 2020.
- Libraries Step Up in a Time of Crisis - A facebook group.
- Salvage of Water Damaged Library Materials - From the National Archives.
- Preservation - This site by the National Archives &
Records Administration deals with the preservation and recovery of paper, books, and other materials.
- Preservation Leaflets - By the
Northeast Document Conservation Center. These leaflets cover a wide variety of preservation issues.
- Sleep Tight: A Complete Guide to the Impact, Identification and Treatment of Bed Bugs by Justin Havre, Calgary, CA.
- Bed Bugs - Information provided by Orkin.
- How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs - Article from WikiHow.
- Creating Healthy Indoor Air Quality in Schools - From the Environmental Protection Agency.
- Mold and Indoor Air Quality in Schools - Causes and removal from the Environmental Protection Agency.
- Four Signs That You have Mice
- Bats in Your Home, Here's What You Need to Know - Bats in your library could be a very annoying problem.This is an article by Hermann Semano, May 13, 2021.
- Pests of Libraries, Museums and Historic Buildings - From Terminex
- The Spotted Lanterfly - You may not find this in your library, but if you see it, report it. It is a big pest here in Pennsylvania. This is information from the Penn State Extension.
This site is maintained by Linda Bertland, retired school librarian,
Philadelphia, PA. Please address any comments, additions, or corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org.