Are you a librarian, a researcher who relies on librarians, or an instructor who collaborates with librarians? Is your library contending with budget or staffing cuts, just when your institution needs you? Are you trying to figure out how to manage library-dependent projects if/when the physical space is closed on your campus? Are you looking for ways to make better use of digital library resources now that you are teaching online? If any of these questions resonate with you, this webinar will be of interest!
If you missed it, you’ll be happy to know that the recording is available:
The webinar panel consisted of two librarians and yours truly.
- Maria Savova is Director of Collections and Technical Services and Interim Co-Director of USERS at The Claremont Colleges Library
- Deborah Abston is a Liaison Librarian at Arizona State University
We discussed experiences and strategies for getting through this tough time and offered practical suggestions. Maria discussed strategic decision-making during the Covid-related budget crunch, Deborah discussed new ways to work with faculty and students, and I discussed teaching with digital resources, including new faculty guides on SAGE Research Methods.
Relevant MethodSpace Posts
- Qualitative Research Reading Lists
- New research podcast!
- Doing Qualitative Research in a Digital World: Interview with the Authors
- Online Teaching: Design Checklists
- Employing Multimodal Strategies in Online Teaching
- Adapting Qualitative Methods Courses For Online Learning
- Identifying and Supporting Struggling Students in Online Courses
- Making Online Learning Accessible