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Upcoming Live Webcasts.
Online library instruction: Best practices for live synchronous teaching - October 6, 2021
Synchronous online library instruction -- classes delivered live via Zoom, Webex, or other conferencing platforms -- have become much more common in the past year, but most of us never learned in library school how to approach this teaching format. This session will help your live online classes become a little less nerve-wracking: learn how to take advantage of the live online classroom environment, discuss some advantages and limitations compared to the in-person classroom, and how to make the most of your time with students.
Copyright Decision Making, Step-by-Step - October 26, 2021
Academic librarians encounter copyright in many facets of their job, such as when answering reference questions, providing bibliographic instruction, and when pursuing digitization projects. In this 90-minute webinar we'll explore how to identify copyright considerations when providing access to library services and resources and how to use the Framework for Analyzing any U.S. Copyright Problem to help ensure they are being addressed in compliance with the law. Webinar participants will be invited to share copyright questions and situations they have encountered in their jobs as a way of exploring the practical applications of the Framework.
Share your expertise as an ACRL e-Learning presenter
Submit a proposal for a live webcast or asynchronous online course and share your knowledge and innovative developments with your colleagues. Wednesday, October 13, 2021, is the submission deadline. The complete Call for Proposals is available online.