Poster Description: Explore survey responses from 202 teaching librarians who described their use of technology tools for library instruction during COVID-19. Learn about the most popular tools and their perceived strengths and weaknesses, including challenges related to access and equity.
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Presenter Name(s): Amanda Rybin Koob, University of Colorado, Boulder and Kathia Ibacache, University of Colorado, Boulder
Amanda Rybin Koob is the Literature and Humanities Librarian at the CU Boulder. She holds a BA, MLIS, and an MFA in Poetry. Her research interests include methods of building and assessing inclusive library collections, undergraduate engagement, and information literacy. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathia Ibacache is the Romance Languages Librarian at CU Boulder. She is interested in collection development advancing inclusion and diversity. Kathia’s research focuses on Latin American Indigenous Languages and tech tools for library instruction. Kathia holds a MLIS from SJSU and a D.M.A. from USC. Email: email@example.com