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Elise Ferer, Drexel University
Faced with a high student to librarian ratio, librarians leveraged online tools to offer instruction via a learning management system to students in first year writing. See the steps taken to develop and deliver synchronous online instruction along with the instructional design, assessment, and technology tools, and skills used.
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About the Presenter:
Elise Ferer is the librarian for undergraduate learning and works with campus partners to integrate the library and information literacy into the undergraduate experience. She works closely with the Freshman English sequence and orientation as well as other units on campus that support undergraduates.