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Disaster Preparedness at Your Library


Our dedicated employees and volunteers invest their time and talents to ensure our communities have access to our collections — fundraising, selecting, ordering, receiving, cataloging, processing, shelving, repairing, etc.

Is your collection protected?

Minimize damage to your collection and effectively recover if a disaster strikes

ALA’s webpage Disaster Preparedness and Recovery has some great resources including a link to dPlan, the Online Disaster-Planning Tool. This free, web-based template takes you step-by-step through the process of creating a comprehensive disaster recovery plan for your library:

About Aubrey Iglesias

Aubrey Iglesias, former Documents Cataloger at the New Mexico State Library, continues to advocate for the necessity of continuous professional development for librarians in order to constantly improve services to our communities.

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