In this webinar you’ll have the unique opportunity to hear from Rossana Moriello, a librarian working in Italy whose office is responsible for supporting evaluation and research, particularly research assessment. You’ll get an overview of what libraries are doing in Italy, plus a direct view into data collected from studies conducted by the Italian Library Association that examined the post-pandemic effects of and engagement with online instruction among the country’s students, faculty, and researchers. You’ll also learn helpful on-the-ground tactics Natalie Haber and her team used to get their library ready to facilitate online learning across the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga campus—including a massive content inventory to determine how best to match up online instructional efforts with learning outcomes for the fall semester and beyond. Additionally, Brian Doherty, Dean of Jane Bancroft Cook Library at the New College of Florida, will describe the decisions he’s having to make to transform the physical space at his library, investigating controlled digital lending, and the library’s role in developing a virtual orientation for incoming students.
Rossana Moriello, Research Support Librarian, Politecnico di Torino (Polytechnic of Turin)
Natalie Haber, Online Services Librarian, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Brian Doherty, Dean of Jane Bancroft Cook Library, New College of Florida