From Drips to Tsunamis: Planning for Disasters in Your Library
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Disasters strike every area of any country and affect libraries, large or small. From a water leak to something big like an earthquake, hurricane or fire, libraries need to have a plan of action for an effective response. Our panel discussion included librarians who have survived disasters along with others who live in potentially hazardous areas. We discussed disaster plans from a number of institutions of different sizes, collections and budgets as well as providing some best practices and resources for creating or updating your own plan.
Suggested CitationArticle: Baca, Dave, Markland, Mary, LaBonte, Kristen, Clark-Hughes, Angela, "From Drips to Tsunamis: Planning for Disasters in Your Library", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/23825
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