Survival Tips and Stories: Expanding the Library's Services in Times of Disaster

MLA Course
Listing Archived: Wednesday, December 31, 1969

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Description: The goal of this program is to provide a basic understanding of disaster planning and service continuity, assess the effect of disaster on health sciences library services, and provide a basic template for disaster planning.

Experience Level: Beginning
CE Contact Hours: 2
Professional Competencies: Health Sciences Environment and Information Policies, Leadership and Management
Subject: Leadership, Management
Course Type: e-Learning

Educational Objective: By the end of this program, the participant will: *understand the basics of service continuity *recognize other services the library can offer in the event of a disaster *understand the importance of risk assessment for your geographic area *introduce the importance of buddy or backup libraries


Part I: Risk Assessment

Part II: Key Steps in Disaster Preparedness

Part III: Keeping Core Library Services Going and Expanding Your Library's Role

Part IV: Getting Help

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