Librarian Toolkit for Working with Online Instructors and Students–April 19, 2018–Free online program

The following online program will be offered free of charge on Thursday 19 April at 12:00 pm (CENTRAL). To register for the program, follow this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rs673fyuRGWvbMCTZoZtBQ

The program will be recorded for later viewing if you are unable to attend the live session. This program is brought to you by the ULS Professional Development Committee. Please send questions to Jason Martin (Jason.martin@mtsu.edu).

Librarian Toolkit for Working with Online Instructors and Students

Online programs and departments are increasing at many universities and colleges, and online and distance instructors and students usually feel isolated from campus programs and services. In this changing, academic environment, librarians have to shift their services to be more focused on reaching out to online programs. In this session, an Online Learning Librarian and a Non-Traditional Student Librarian from two public universities will cover tips and tricks for liaison and instruction librarians working with online students and instructors including:

A� Creating synchronous virtual sessions using free tools

A� Embedding in learning management systems (LMS)

A� Programming, marketing, and communicating with online instructors and students

A� Strategies for creating and managing accessible digital learning objects such as videos and interactive tutorials and modules

A� Organization and assessment of online learning instruction and digital objects

Presenters

Samantha Harlow, Online Learning Librarian, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Kelly McCalister, Non-Traditional Student Librarian, Appalachian State University

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