@BooksRule, just to compare experiences:
I'm a reference librarian at a university and we are closed, like really closed, until at least the end of the semester in May. We are all working from home because the only people allowed on campus are construction workers and campus police*. Physical library items are unavailable--no books, no DVDs, no teaching kits, no reserves that aren't electronic, no interlibrary loans that aren't electronic. No fines on books currently checked out because they can't be returned until the university reopens.
We don't keep logs of our activity; we're faculty so unless they're going to ask all faculty to document what they're doing they can go fuck themselves (I'm very passionate about faculty rights 8-), but we are all still working. Instead of being at a physical ref desk we do our shifts by monitoring the chat and messaging apps. They've been pretty active.
We also keep up with the tech classroom faculty have just had to learn so we can help them and the students (IT is swamped). I've lost track of how many tutorials and webinars I watched during the last 10 work days. It was really overwhelming at first--so many things, so many that cover essentially the same functions. I'm glad I used Blackboard when I taught in the fall because it is not user-friendly.
And many of us are taking the time to revise subject guides and all that. I just added a video to one of mine and am going over the others to see where I can add more short videos or Gifs on how to find and use resources.
And we have virtual meetings. So many meetings. I swear I'm seeing more of my colleagues now than we shared the office suite.
I'm having trouble configuring office space at home because my home is a few square feet shy of being a Tiny House. After trying out working from the comfy chair with the keyboard and mouse cords stretched across the room--so tempting to the cat--with text blown up to 150&, and trying to perch on the ottoman and moving the mouse in a 4 inch space, I've ordered wireless ones from Amazon. I'll still have to increase text size on the display but at least the cat won't keep disconnecting things. Probably. She's crafty.
Jesus, this is long. Sorry!
*The campus is also housing about 40 international students and apparently one of the residence halls may be used to house COVID19 patients or healthcare workers.