Hi #librarytwitter with closed physical libraries What has been your greatest way to support community in days of corona?
🇺🇳🔗Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
🇺🇳🔗COVID-19: Operational Planning Guidelines and COVID-19 Partners Platform to support country preparedness and response
🇺🇳🔗Emerging respiratory viruses, including COVID-19: methods for detection, prevention, response and control
Science Matters: Let’s talk about COVID-19. elearning course offered by Imperial College London. Coursera.
🇺🇸🔗Librarians Respond to Coronavirus and Other Pandemics
📅26 March 2020
Three librarians active in state, regional, and national initiatives, will discuss roles librarians in all types of settings can take on during public health emergencies such as the current Coronavirus outbreak. By Library 2.0.
🇺🇸🔗Library COVID 19 Solidarity Network
📅17 March 2020
This is a meeting for library workers to organise together around closing our buildings for COVID-19 safety. By ACRL.
Even though the dates of some of these events have passed, you are likely to be able to access their recordings from their sites.
🇺🇸🔗Information Literacy Instruction at a (Social) Distance: Strategies for Moving Online
📅17 March 2020
Is your campus closing due to COVID-19? Join Melissa Wong for a crash course in moving your library instruction online. By ACRL.
🇺🇸🔗How is Your Campus Handling COVID-19?
24 March 2020
🇺🇸🔗Yes, You Can! Tips for Moving Online at Short Notice
📅19 March 2020
🇺🇸🔗https://lyrasis.zoom.us/j/7242913868 (office hours)
🇺🇸🔗Keeping Important Info Up-to-Date with LibAnswers- We will look at how to manage important
📅20 March 2020
information about your library, school, university or business, etc, in relation to the current crisis.
🇺🇸🔗CONVID-19 strategies for librarians
📅20 March 2020
American Libraries Live. Libraries and COVID-19: Managing Strategies and Stress
🇺🇸🔗Pandemic Pedagogy: Resources for Library Instruction at a Distance
📅18 March 2020.
Tools, resources, and strategies for shifting information literacy to support remote teaching and learning. By ACRL.
🇺🇸📺Information Literacy at a (Social) Distance: Strategies for Moving Online (ACRL)
📅17 March 2020
Recording, ACRL Presents webcast "Information Literacy Instruction at a (Social) Distance: Moving Library Instruction Online" with speaker Melissa Wong, adjunct Lecturer at the iSchool University of Illinois at Chicago.
📅19 March 2020
Teaching Online: Webinar Tips from the Springys. Join us for a 20 minute session where we will share some tips and tricks we have learned to make online teaching easier
📅19 March 2020
Use LibCal Appointments to Book Virtual Help/Reference Sessions- With the changes in how we are interacting with patrons, learn how to use LibCal to allow users to book Online Help Sessions with Appointments.
📅23 March 2020
Build-a-LibGuide for a Class That’s Just Gone Digital! We will look at creating a guide to support a course that has just gone online.
📅24 March 2020
Engaging Online Learners with Quizzes & Tutorials- With the move to Online instruction across the world, learn how you can create online quizzes and tutorials to supplement your instruction programs.
🇺🇸🔗Planning LibStaffer Schedules in a Virtual Environment Workshop
📅25 March 2020
Managing staff and their schedules is no easy task, and LibStaffer is built to help you assign, track, and supervise librarians, clerks, pages, student workers, and more.
📅1 April 2020
Build-a-LibGuide: For a Virtual Book Club- Join us for a 40 minute session where we will look at examples for book club guides.
📅18 March 2020
This webinar will discuss setting reasonable expectations for what we as instructors can do to prepare our students. We will look at options for opening two-way lines of communication, making sure that we are keeping our students engaged daily without their physical presence, and providing multiple means of learning and assessing where students are without having to learn 100 new tools by tomorrow. By International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT)
8 Tips to share with students if this is the first time they are studying online and from home. By Coursera.
🇺🇸🔗Leadership in the Time of Coronavirus: Real-time Strategy Sharing (Register)
📅18, 23 and 24 March 2020
Strategies for dealing with managing people and people-related processes that are being impacted by the Coronavirus responses by DeEtta Jones & Associates.
🇺🇸📺ACRL Presents Webcasts
🇺🇸📺ACRL Section Professional Development Presentations
🗣[email protected] for a 30 day free trial.
📅17 March - 17 April Free access
LYRASIS live, online training in response to COVID-19.
Free training for libraries.
ALA ALCTS Archived Webinars.
Texas Digital Library: Research data management, web archiving, digital preservation, and more
Reference works and research. By ACRL
Community blog about researching in LIS
Texas Digital Library: Topics in Research Data Management webinar series (2018-present)
Collection management. By ACRL
Resources on electronic resources in academic libraries. By ACRL
Open access resources for academic libraries. By ACRL
ALCTS Preservation Webinars
Archivematica Campfire Stories (Texas Digital Library 2019)
Digital Preservation Webinar Series from Texas Digital Library (2017)
FAIC Collections Care (various topics)
Introduction to Web Archiving Texas (Texas Digital Library series, Summer / Fall 2019)
NARA Professional Development for Educators
National Council for the Social Studies Webinar Library
National Genealogy Society Free Resources
NEDCC Preservation 101
NEDCC Fundamentals of AV Preservation
NEDCC Preservation Leaflets
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Webinars
Morgantown History Museum YouTube Channel
SAA DACS Primer Series (Click the link for next video to go through the series)
West Virginia Humanities Council YouTube Channel
West Virginia Archives & History YouTube Channel
Future of libraries and education. By ACRL
📅19 March 2020
Management & Leadership: The Practical Application of the Theories Behind Team Building
📅2 April 2020
Managing Up with EDI in Mind: Collaborations to Strengthen a Community
Library Carpentry - Library Carpentry focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities.
🇺🇸🔗Designing your Data Future: An expedition into big data for information professionals
Webinar on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. 11:30am-12:30pm ET
Ex Libris Alma Training
Ex Libris Primo Training
🇺🇸🔗DevConnect Online 2020:
OCLC API expertise and gain the confidence to participate in API projects at your library.
Open Refine- Learning Cell Cross in OpenRefine by Ruth Kitchin Tillman.
March 26, 2020. 1:00 PM ET
SpringerMaterials: How to find the information you need for your research
March 20, 10 AM-11AM EDT
Springshare- Live Training Sessions
Special collections and resources. By ACRL
Don’t let the “medicine” fool you there are courses and webinars on a wide variety of topics for all types of libraries.
🇺🇸🔗PubMed Online Training
🇺🇸🔗Ovid Online Training
National Network of Libraries of Medicine free online classes.
These videos were produced by the Greater Midwest Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. These videos typically cover webinars, symposiums, and other educational events sponsored by the GMR.
Help! I’m an Accidental Government Information Librarian youtube channel. Resources about the US government.
Open Textbook Network’s Certificate for OER Librarianship. The Certificate in OER Librarianship develops effective open education leaders who want to be stewards and advocates for open educational resources.
The Librarian Interview podcast
American libraries podcast covering a range of topics from interview to inclusion.
Lost in the Stacks - Broadcasting on WREK Atlanta, each show features an hour of music, interviews, and library talk united by a common theme. Ameet and Charlie from the Georgia Tech Library pick a theme and free-associate an hour of music, interviews, and library talk every Friday on WREK Atlanta. You’ll hear indie rock, pop rock, alt rock, New Wave, and the occasional oddity between interviews with students, faculty, and librarians.
Fix My Library - Fix My Library, hosted by Kaetrena Davis Kendrick and La Loria Konata, explores issues pertinent to libraries, examining the broader implications, and offering our Fix for your library.
Central Minnesota Libraries Exchange- In this podcast, we look at all sorts of different skills library staff members will need to be successful.
LibVoices - Hear from librarians of color speak to the fullness of their careers including successes, challenges, and achievements. How do they do it? Join us to find out more about their #LibVoices.
Lecture Breakers - Podcast where college professors, instructors, and educators share innovative teaching strategies you can use to increase student engagement.
Librarian’s Guide to Teaching - This podcast is hosted by two instruction librarians that are interested in sharing their experiences teaching information literacy, discussing current trends, and having meaningful conversations about librarianship.
Library Figures - Library Figures is a show about the people, data, and tactics behind the marketing campaigns that are changing how libraries engage their communities and patrons.
ALA Office of Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services (archived webinars)
Everyday Social Justice - Courses developed by Jimena Alvarado Chavarría (CC BY-NC)aw
🇺🇸🔗Introduction to Women and Gender Studies 101
🇺🇸🔗Introduction to Queer Studies 101
Incorporating Social Justice and the Framework in Information Literacy Instruction. ACRL Instruction Section Conference Program Planning Committee
Mindful Leadership: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Academic Library. ACRL Instruction Section Management & Leadership Committee.
🇺🇸🔗Copyright for Campus Closures: Exploring the Copyright Issues around Moving Instruction and Reference Online
📅20 March 2020
🇺🇸📺 “Yes, you can scan that textbook” by ASERL
“As research libraries strive to support the mass migration of classes to the online environment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many questions about what and how educational materials can be scanned / digitized for student use under the principles of Fair Use. Hear from Brandon Butler (University of Virginia), Laura Burtle (Georgia State University), Will Cross (North Carolina State University), and Anne Gilliland (UNC Chapel Hill) about what academic libraries can do in this arena during this health emergency.”
QCreative Commons certificate
Creative Commons for Educators and Librarians
Copyright for Educators and Librarians. This course is a professional development opportunity designed to provide a basic introduction to US copyright law and to empower teachers and librarians at all grade levels. Course participants will discover that the law is designed to help educators and librarians.Offered by Duke University, Emory university, and UNC Chapel Hill, on Coursera. 11 Hours.
Getting Started with OER (webinar series from Texas Digital Library 2019)