The Academic Semesters That Went Remote: What Do Libraries Do Now? | 2020 Virtual Family Week

Monday, October 5 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Virtual Event

How does the library serve students as academic courses move online — not just in terms of terms of shifting from in-person to virtual, but also in reimagining the possibilities of what library support can look like? In this session, you will hear from Lehigh's library staff how we have transitioned our services into a remote learning environment — from offering curbside pickup of library materials and providing socially distant study space, to integrating into classroom and co-curricular learning through virtual and chat consultation sessions, digital tutorials, and increased digital multimedia collections. The Lehigh Library has remained a central support service for students, no matter where they may be!
 

This event is part of the 2020 Founder's Celebration and Family Week. View the complete schedule for the Virtual Family Week >

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Topic

Student Life & Campus Involvement

Target Audience

Undergrad Students, Graduate Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Parents & Families

Website

https://lehighfounders.com/schedule

Department
Library and Technology Services (LTS)
Contact Information

Lois Black

lob206@lehigh.edu

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