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  Slides from the event have been archived in the OSF and below.


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