Howdy lovely librarians,
Some very clever members of this list asked me a number of questions about Curtis Memorial Library's Library of Thing experience recently. They were such good questions that we realized we should probably share the answers. Thus, please find another embarrassing video of me sharing the collective experience and wisdom of the entire LOT team<https://vimeo.com/788662821>* here at CML. We've linked to this video from our LOT webpage<https://curtislibrary.com/library-of-things/>, but you can also find it on our vimeo channel <https://vimeo.com/788662821> (where we try and post a lot our programs, so folks like you can also benefit and invite the interesting folks who find us.) As always, please feel free to share your successes and tell us how much better your system is so that we can copy you!
Thank you all!
(*I may be a primary point of contact, but without each and every one of the intriguing minds of our posse at CML, LOT would have never made it out of our network room. 😉 THANK YOU team!)
Hazel Onsrud | Ms./Mx./she/her/they/them | Adult Services Librarian
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