Library Photos for Your Virtual Background

Chad Comello staff photo

April 10, 2020

By Chad Comello

Categories: Library News, Spotlight

In this time of social distancing, video conferencing services like Zoom, GoToMeeting, and Microsoft Teams have become extremely popular for work meetings, hangouts with friends, and even talk-show interviews.

Zoom specifically has a feature where you can add a custom virtual background to appear as if you're somewhere fun, interesting, or exciting rather than your poorly lit and cluttered bedroom. (Here are instructions for adding a custom background on Zoom.)

To help you feel a little more connected to the Library while it's closed, we wanted to provide some pictures from inside the Library that you can use as background images for your computer or virtual meetings. See below for a few of our favorites, along with a way to take a virtual tour of the building using Google Maps.

(If you do use any of the images, don't forget to let us know on social media so we can see them in action!)


Info Desk (click for image)

info east desk


Magazine Area (click for photo)

magazine area


Check-Out Desk (click for image)

main floor checkout desk


Nonfiction Area (click for photo)

nonfiction section


Nonfiction Shelves (click for photo)

library shelves


Youth Services play area (click for photo)

youth services play area


Youth Services Desk (click for photo)

Youth Services tables


Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of the Library using 360° Street View on Google Maps:


Chad Comello is the Marketing & Engagement Manager at Morton Grove Public Library.