Welcome to the Spring 2020 Virtual Poster Session, hosted by the ACRL DLS Instruction Committee!
Visit this page between April 13-17, 2020 to view and comment on over 30 virtual posters related to teaching and learning online. Presenters will be available during that week to respond to comments on their posters! After April 17th, all virtual posters will remain publicly available as an archive.
Posters may focus on successes and failures in teaching distance and online students, instructional techniques and approaches, and the tools and technologies used by librarians teaching virtually! Once you have finished viewing the posters, we would appreciate your feedback on our poster session.
Posters are organized under five themes:
Accessibility and Inclusivity
- Let’s Tell a Story: Using Narrative to Promote Accessibility in the Creation and Editing of Online Video Tutorials
- How Can Libraries Move Towards a More Inclusive Model of Reference? A Practical Approach to Serve Distance Students
- Tailoring Virtual Library Instruction and LibGuides to Engage Music Majors
- A Collaborative Effort: Education Librarians LibGuide Assessment Alignment with the College of Education Strategic Plan
- Assessing Efficacy of the Tutorial: In-depth Analysis of Student Source Evaluations Post Online Instruction
- Creating Information Literacy Tutorials That Encourage Critical Thinking
- Show Me Yours, and I’ll Show You Mine: Using Screencasts for Instruction and Assessment
- Bridging the Distance: Creating Collaborative Opportunities Between the Library and Course Developers
- Creating New Online Research Tutorials: Flexible Skills & Connecting to Student Learning Outcomes
- Epidemics & Hunger Games: Collaborating to Gamify Information Literacy & Maybe Save the World
- Organizing Online Resources to Facilitate Faculty Instruction
- Searching Fundamentals: Online Library Workshops
- Teaching from a Distance: Adapting Face-to-face Library Instruction to Online Learning with Canvas Commons
- The (Auto) Magic of LibGuides in the LMS
- Library Presence in a Nursing Faculty Online Teaching Module
- The Show Must Go On! Info Lit Instruction and Resources for Theatre Appreciation Online
- Zoom, Zoom, Zoom: Using Video Conferencing to Collaborate with Faculty and Support Distance Learners
Project Planning & Management
- At A Distance, On A Dime
- Challenges and Triumphs of Teaching Online Students: Behind the Scenes of a Shared Workshop Series
- Collaboration Across Cyberspace: NNLM’s Wikipedia Editing Campaigns
- Learning from Experience: Administering a Pre- and Post-Test Assessment for an On-Campus Online Course
- Letter to my Successor: Recording the Process of Online Content Creation for Future Modification
- University Libraries Virtual Learning Community: Peer Professional Development during a Pandemic
- As We Zoom Along: Making the Interactive Classroom Experience Available to Online Students
- Cognitive Load and Information Literacy: Embracing “Less is More” in Online Library Instruction
- Communicating in Multiple Formats to Increase Student Engagement in Online Courses
- Engaging Non-Traditional Doctoral Students through a Synchronous Online Information Literacy Workshop
- Getting GIF-y with It: Using GIFs in the Library to Demonstrate Tasks and Engage Students
- Integrating Research with Online Learning
- Social Media Spotlights: Illuminating Library Resources for Distance Students
- Three Years Together: Examining Our Libraries’ LTI Integrations in Canvas
- Using Collaborative Digital Tools to Engage Students in an Online Information Literacy Course
- Virtual Office Hours: Librarian-Faculty Research Assistance
If you have questions, please contact ACRL Distance Learning Section Instruction Committee Co-Chairs, Matthew LaBrake (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jennifer Shimada (email@example.com).
Still want more? Access last year’s virtual posters here.