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‘The Resurgence of Libraries’
Libraries have always been central to academic institutions, as repositories of knowledge that play a crucial role in the sharing of information on- and off-campus. The challenges thrown up by remote learning have led many stakeholders — faculty and students alike — to rediscover the usefulness of their libraries. Following the move to remote instruction, Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Grace, from the Institute for Innovative Education: Miner Libraries at the University of Rochester Medical Center, experienced firsthand the myriad ways in which libraries could facilitate this challenging transition. Faculty, staff, students, and researchers alike began to better recognize the extent of the support and services offered by the library, as they worked to transform various aspects of their instruction, coursework, and research into virtual formats.

Drawing on her own experiences, Liz will speak about ways in which libraries, as the ‘gatekeepers’ of information, have become increasingly important in the fall semester. She will discuss how librarians can leverage virtual resources like JoVE to support their institutions; Liz will also discuss tips for librarians looking for effective ways to assist faculty and students looking for various kinds of remote teaching support, labs looking to save costs, researchers working on academic papers from home, and other members of their academic communities. This session will offer insights into the kinds of library-led initiatives that can be developed to address remote or hybrid learning and research challenges.

Oct 22, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Elizabeth Grace
Head, Collections & Systems, Institute for Innovative Education: Miner Libraries @University of Rochester Medical Center
Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Grace holds an M.L.I.S. from the University of Pittsburgh. She is pursuing an Education Doctorate in Higher Education Administration at The Warner School of Education. Her duties at Miner Library include selecting, acquiring, and marketing resources that enhance the clinical, curricular, and research missions of the University of Rochester Medical Center.