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Thursday, October 17 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Librarian Projects with Online Learners: Innovations, Successes, and Failures

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Online learners are everywhere, and librarians are constantly creating and executing innovative projects with these users. Online learners can feel isolated and neglected, highlighting the vital need for librarians to create programming and projects for these patrons. Online learners are diverse, and librarians’ projects with virtual patrons are varied. There are many examples of these projects, such as proctoring for online classes, embedding and participating in online courses in higher education, creating virtual events for distance students, developing online professional development courses, and designing online learning objects and tutorials on library systems and concepts. In this NCLA lightning talk forum, a group of librarians will share 10 minute presentations on in-process, innovative projects with online learners, including sharing their successes and failures. This lightning talk session is sponsored by the NCLA Distance Learning Section section.

Sessions: 10 minutes each

Nora Burmeister: "Embedding Library Instruction & Database Content in the LMS"

Kyle Denlinger: "Hypothes.is and Open Pedagogy"

Jenny Dale & Rachel Olsen: "Online Library Tutorials and Connecting to Student Learning Objectives"

Matt Dale: "Going the Distance: Online Learners and Public Libraries"

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Sam Harlow

Online Learning Librarian and Assistant Professor, UNC Greensboro Libraries

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Kyle Denlinger

eLearning Librarian, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University
I'm the eLearning Librarian at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University, where I teach an online information literacy course, collaborate with faculty on digital pedagogy projects, and support the work of students and faculty in my assigned departments.
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Jenny Dale

Information Literacy Coordinator, UNC Greensboro
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Nora Burmeister

Online Learning and Electronic Services Librarian, Central Carolina Community College
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Rachel Olsen

Assistant Professor, First-Year Communication & Social Sciences Librarian, UNC Greensboro
Instruction, social sciences

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Thursday October 17, 2019 3:30pm - 4:20pm EDT
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