The Socially-Distanced Library: Transitioning Faculty to Online Teaching Environments - Librarian Resources

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The Socially-Distanced Library: Transitioning Faculty to Online Teaching Environments

Learn how a cross-functional team—including the library—at Northwestern University developed a practicum to transition faculty to online teaching. You’ll hear how the practicum was conceived and developed and what it looks like in action from the perspective of a librarian tasked with facilitating a faculty cohort. Northwestern had already been providing remote workshops across various working groups, but this program came together specifically as a response to the disruption caused by COVID-19. The webinar will discuss how those groups successfully collaborated to develop the program and how the dynamics played out as the practicum was implemented.

 

Featured Speakers:

Tracy Coyne, Distance Learning and Professional Studies Librarian, Northwestern University

Michelle Guittar, Head for Instruction and Curriculum Support, Northwestern University

 

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