Every year, we join the American Library Association in celebrating National Library Week. It’s a time to enjoy and appreciate the services and resources provided by libraries all over the world.
This year’s theme was chosen as “Find your place at the library,” but now, as National Library Week begins, many libraries are temporarily closed. While our library space is closed, we have shifted to a virtual service model and are still providing help and support to Emory students, faculty, and staff. We are proud to participate in National Library Week, inviting everyone to “Find the library at your place”!
Why “Find the library at your place”?
- Because libraries bring us together even when we have to stay apart.
- Because learning can happen anytime, anywhere.
And most of all,
- Because libraries are always here for you.
All throughout this week, we will be on our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, celebrating the fantastic work libraries and librarians do and have done to help out the people in their communities. We’ll also be bringing the library to you by highlighting some of our best resources that you can use at home, at the library, or anywhere. We’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions about the best parts of libraries and how we can keep improving the services we provide, remotely or in person, so please feel free to reply to us as well!