Tell Your Library's Pandemic Recovery Story

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Tell Your Library’s Pandemic Recovery Story

Do you have a story to tell? We need your voice.

We’re looking for key library staff members from community colleges, large public universities, private liberal arts colleges, and private doctoral universities.

T&F invites you to participate in a conversation about how your academic library adapted to the widespread challenges brought about by COVID-19, and how you are now preparing to recover and emerge.

Topics we’d love your input on:

  • access to materials
  • implications for collection development
  • maximizing efficiency of library spending
  • changing staffing patterns
  • changes to your physical library
  • status of the academic library within the overall university

We’ll use the information you provide to present our findings on how librarians from a variety of academic environments are using the lessons they’ve learned to respond to the rapidly changing landscape of higher education.

To join this conversation, please fill out the form below to let us know what type of institution you represent, topics you have experience with, or other story details you think would be relevant.

Not sure if you have a story to tell? Contact Danielle Griffin at [email protected]rancis.com to discuss whether your library recovery plans could be useful to our case study.

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