The ACRL Distance and Online Learning Section Instruction Committee invites you to participate in our 5th annual Virtual Poster Session between April 24-28, 2023. During this week, posters about online teaching and learning practices will be available to view on this page, and presenters are available to answer questions. Our call for proposals is now closed.
During the event, engage with presenters throughout the week by leaving your thoughts and questions in the comment sections of the posters! Presenters will actively engage in discussion for the full week of the poster session. Virtual posters will be archived on the past events page.
The Virtual Poster Session is divided into six tracks:
Accessibility and Inclusivity
- All y’all: Creating Inclusive Language and Image Guidelines for an Academic Library’s LibGuides and Instructional Materials
- Captions, Transcripts, and Audio Description: Taking your Video Accessibility to the Next Level
- Say No to Seductive Details: Leveraging Multimedia to Support Learning
- Library Tutorials and Websites: A Preliminary Comparative Analysis
- User Testing While Under Construction: Incorporating Student Feedback During the Development of Asynchronous Tutorials
- Collaborating with instructional designers to develop an online course that would prepare faculty for online teaching
- Liaison Engagement in a Remote World: Creating Intentionality and Impact With Your Departments
- Librarians on the Front-End of Instructional Design: Collaboration for Quality Assurance and Student Success
Project Planning & Management
- Eating your vegetables: Implementing a periodic tutorial review process
- If we Build it, Will they Come? Considerations for the Creation and Maintenance of Local Learning Object Repositories
- Using Video Narration Scripts to Boost Accessibly, Inclusion, Collaboration, and More!
- Near, Far, Wherever You Are: Using Nearpod to Foster Student Engagement in the Online Classroom
- Small Data in the LMS: Are We Using it Correctly?
- The Wizarding World of LibWizard: Creating and Utilizing Interactive Tutorials