Library Presentations, Posters, and Videos
The Socially Distanced Library: Best Practices During and After COVID-19
In a continuation of Taylor & Francis’s highly successful webinar series “The Socially Distanced-Library”, we present a new group of case studies that address how academic libraries are implementing radical service and policy adjustments to nimbly respond to changes in higher education either hastened or provoked by the pandemic.
In this feature-packed webinar, panelists walk attendees through a range of case studies that detail the experiences of five unique libraries as they adjusted to their new working environments and which of those adjustments are being carried forward as long-term policies and strategies for a post-COVID world.
Topics will include:
- Access to materials
- Implications for collection development
- Marketing and outreach
- Changing staff patterns
- Changes to the physical library
- The status of the academic library in the university as a whole
Ross, K., Nawar, E., Ruelle, J., Schachter, D., Carter, M., Davis, R., & Duesterhoeft, D. (2021, Jul. 29). The socially distanced library: Best practices during and after COVID-19 [Video]. Choice Webinars. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNjTisqWdWo
The corresponding case study can be read here.
This scholarship is part of the Chapman University COVID-19 Archives.