The Virtual Graduate Research Marathon: Remote Library Instruction for Doctoral Candidates

Date
2022
Authors
Morgan, Marina
Hornick, Julie N.
MacDonald, Randall M.
Wade, Steven
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
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Publisher
Libraries Unlimited
Abstract
This book includes narratives from diverse settings of lessons learned and sustainable practices to prepare educators and librarians for any challenges that might arise in the future.
Description
Building the Train as We Chug Along the Tracks: A Reimagined Staff Training Model / Emily Leachman and A. Garrison Libby -- Chatting into the Void: Scaling and Assessing Chat Reference Services for Effectiveness / Megan Graewingholt, Cotton Coslett, Jonathan Cornforth, David Palmquist, Colleen Robledo Greene, and Eric Karkhoff -- Converting In-Person Library Instruction for an Introductory Communication Studies Course into an Online Asynchronous Module: One Team's Experiences / Rachel Olsen and Jenny Dale -- How Do You Drink from a Waterfall? / Laura Santana and Sueli Mara Ferreira -- Exploring the Feasibility of a Hybrid Approach to a Post-pandemic Information Literacy Lesson / Brianna Buljung, Lisa Nickum, Patricia Andersen, and Gyasi Evan -- Finding New Ways to Support Social Connections for Older Adults: Rural Public Libraries Innovate during the Pandemic / Noah Lenstra, Joseph Winberry, Fatih Oguz -- Keeping Instruction Sustainable Post-COVID-19 with a Learning Objects Repository / Tracy Coyne -- Keeping the Focus on Patrons at the Salisbury University Libraries / Beatriz B. Hardy, Amy Jones, and Mou Chakraborty -- Library Workers' Wellbeing during a Pandemic / Jahala Simuel and Sophia Sotilleo -- Maintaining Comics and Gaming Programming during Institutional Change / Zach Welhouse and Kelly Stormking -- Other Duties (and Places) as Assigned: How Analog Approaches Are Impeding Progress in Online Librarianship / Heather Blicher, Rebecca Neel, and Joy Howard -- Retooling the Academic Librarian Hiring Process / Diane Klare and Andrea M. Wright -- The Archive is Temporarily Closed: Teaching Students Alternative Methods for Finding Archival Materials Online / David Sye -- The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Hiring and Onboarding in Academic Libraries / Roslyn Grandy, Lauren M. Fletcher, Faythe Thurman, Rachel Whitney, and Kimberly MacKenzie -- The Virtual Graduate Research Marathon: Remote Library Instruction for Doctoral Candidates / Marina Morgan, Julie N. Hornick, Randall M. MacDonald, and Steven Wade -- Leverage from the Lockdown: Transitioning Information literacy Instruction during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study / Judith Toppin.
Keywords
Electronic reference services (Libraries), Electronic information resource literacy, COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
Citation
Morgan, M., Hornick, J. N., MacDonald, R. M., & Wade, S. (2022). The Virtual Graduate Research Marathon: Remote Library Instruction for Doctoral Candidates. In Chakraborty, M., Harlow, S., & Moorefield-Lang, H. (Eds.), Sustainable online library services and resources : learning from the pandemic. (pp. 207-216). ABC-CLIO
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