Taylor & Francis Webinar Series - Librarian Resources

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Taylor & Francis Webinar Series

The Socially-Distanced Library: Facilitating the Transition to Online Services and Instruction

Choice and ACRL presented a four-part webinar series that provided practical guidance for academic libraries to help their campus communities shift to online instruction and services in a socially-distanced environment. Designed for library leadership as well as front-line staff, the four webinars addressed issues such as:

 

  • Publisher and vendor negotiations for services and content
  • How to identify opportunities in the midst of uncertainty for long-term changes to resources, services, and instruction
  • Planning for a “new mix” of scholarly resource formats
  • Programming designed to transition faculty to online teaching
  • How libraries can be proactive partners in the transition to online instruction and services
  • How academic libraries are reconfiguring their physical spaces

 

Part 1:  The Socially-Distanced Library: The Leadership Perspective

Part 2: The Socially-Distanced Library: A Case Study of the Alabama Library System & Auburn University

Part 3: The Socially-Distanced Library: Transitioning Faculty to Online Teaching Environments

Part 4: The Socially-Distanced Library: Physical Spaces,  Transition Tactics, and a Look at the Data

To help you establish your socially-distanced library, Taylor & Francis has created a quick checklist of ideas and actions Tips for Reopening Libraries from our webinar series.

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