Science Librarianship in the Time of COVID-19

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

The BLC's Science and Engineering COI hosted the second Science Librarianship in the Time of COVID-19 meeting. Held on Wednesday, January 13th, 2021 from 1:00pm-4:05pm (EST), the event showcased several lightning talks and presentations.  Slides from the event have been archived in the OSF and below. The full agenda is available here.


Presentation Recording, part one 

1pm - 2:30pm

links are to the presentation slides

Introductory Slides

Library on Display: Using Newsletters and Online Exhibits for Connecting Communities and Resources

Do you need an office for office hours? Moving to online office hours during COVID-19 campus closure

Implementing an Interactive Library Tutorial in an Online General Chemistry Laboratory

Poster Competitions in a Pandemic: The value of going virtual

Some Thoughts on Planning for a Virtual ABET Accreditation Library Visit During the Time of COVID-19

The Evolution of Synchronous Instruction as a Sign of the Times

Let's Get Virtual: Restructuring Makerspace Outreach to Keep Students Engaged

Blank Canvas? Online Whiteboards and Remote Librarianship


Presentation Recording, part two

2:45pm - 4pm

Summer of Sci Fi: Hosting webinar-based events to connect at a distance

Maintaining Collaborations and Providing Quality Student Experiences

Virtual Online Library Tutorials (vOLT), an outreach project with Jupyterbook

#WellnessWednesdays: Online Outreach

Unplanned Switch to Remote Learning: Library Asynchronous Modules for a Hyflex Course

Teaming Up During a Pandemic: Using a Team-Based Workshop Series to Develop Students’ Science Information Literacy Skills

Remixing the Formula: Using Breakout Rooms and Google Docs to facilitate active learning activities in General Chemistry

Starting Online: Library Support for LaTex during Remote Learning