on December 04, 2020 Library Education Webinars

Webinar: Libraries Supporting Online Learning: New Strategies and Best Practices in response to COVID-19

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Originally presented December 2, 2020

Christina Mune to discusses and shares the latest strategies and best practices for engaging online learners from the library!

This webinar will help turn your library's existing skills and innovative energy into compelling online learning experiences for your students and patrons. Learn how to create interactive online instruction, plan virtual outreach events, and build user-friendly online portals to your library services and resources. 

The webinar explores creating interactive synchronous and asynchronous instructional content using a variety of digital tools designed for mobile devices, social media, and LMS environments. Learn about apps and web programs that enhance peer interaction while building digital literacy skills. Understand new ways to motivate learners by developing real-world online activities and lesson plans that have purpose and speak to them. 

Click below to experience this webinar as a tutorial. When you continue past the introduction to the webinar, you'll be prompted to log in. We require login to view the whole tutorial so we can provide certificates of completion for your records and for professional development credit. No purchase is required and you can create a Niche Academy account if you don't already have one. The certificate will be available for download when you have completed all sections of the tutorial. 

 

Click the link below to download the presentation slides:
Libraries Supporting Online Learning: New Strategies and Best Practices

Click the link below to download recommended links and resources:
Resources for Libraries Supporting Online Learning

 

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Christina Mune

Christina Mune is the Associate Dean of Innovation and Resources Management at San Jose State University's King Library, where she promotes digital literacy and digital scholarship through the creation of technology-enhanced library services, both physical and virtual. She is currently working on her upcoming book Libraries Supporting Online Learning: Digital Literacy, Open Access and Local Connectivity from ABC-CLIO. Her most recent research includes online instructional design for information literacy and assessing discovery services for online learners.

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