We are happy to announce the addition of Stephaney Cortes Alvarado to our growing content development team. Stephaney will be responsible for Spanish translations and original stories.
LibraryCall is pleased to announce, as part of its ongoing effort to reflect and honor the diversity of all children and families, a new partnership with San Diego-based publisher Tolteca Press. Tolteca Press is dedicated to preserving and teaching the cultural heritage of Chicano-Mexicano communities of the Southwestern region of the U.S.
The Galecia Group is happy to announce the addition of Amanda Jacobs Foust to its growing team.
When we look at the huge list of Dial-A-Story recordings added and shared by library staff and our creative team in 2021, it's amazing to believe it was just a year ago that we started with a small repository and the lofty goal of helping libraries connect families with stories and information. It's been fun to partner with libraries to make that vision come to life!
For fun, here are the top Dial-A-Story titles used by LibraryCall members in 2021. Look at all those Spanish language stories!
LibraryCall is excited to announce the addition of Content Developer Lauren Kratz Prushko to its growing team. Kratz Prushko will focus on developing diverse audio stories for LibraryCall’s Dial-A-Story services.
The Galecia Group is seeking a Content Developer to adapt, write, record, and curate stories for our Librarycall Dial-A-Story service. LibraryCall helps libraries bridge the digital divide with cost-effective Dial-A-Story and other phone-based services. We are looking for two contractors to produce stories that reflect the diverse experiences of children throughout the country.
The LibraryCall Content Developer will be responsible for:
July, 2021 Update: After some consultations with friends and lawyers, it seems that becoming a corporation isn't really something we are up for at this point. We've dissolved the librarycall corporation. We'll continue on as a project of The Galecia Group.
We are happy to release an update to our website! You'll find more information about our LibraryCall services including our privacy and copyright policies, documentation, opportunities to sign up for online events and more!
We are pleased to announce that Madeline Walton-Hadlock who will be focusing her initial efforts on finding Spanish language material from the Storytime Commons. She will also be looking for native Spanish speakers to re-record some of the stories she finds in the public domain. Anna Suarez is an MLIS intern who will be focusing her energies on Quality Control for the Storytime Commons audio recordings and metadata. Welcome to both! We are excited to have them aboard!