Spotlight on SUNY Libraries: Embedded Librarianship Online
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Join Jewel De La Rosa and Jacqueline Coffey Scott of Erie CC for the first Spotlight on SUNY Libraries. The purpose of the Spotlight series is to showcase some of the great work happening in SUNY libraries and to foster a network of collaboration among SUNY librarians and library staff.
Creating and scaling an Embedded Librarian Program: Using Blackboard to Disseminate Resources and Collaborate in a Remote Setting
Librarians at SUNY Erie Community College will discuss the creation, management, and growth of their Embedded Librarian program. With the increasing demand for virtual library instructional support, the program has seen exponential growth during the past few academic years. In order to facilitate an efficient and sustainable model, librarians created a Blackboard “course” to store, share, and embed videos, LibWizard tutorials, handouts, and other course content. This content is created and shared by librarians in a format that can be easily copied into other courses. Learn how this content is organized and how this resource is shared among librarians embedded in multiple departments across three community college campuses.
About the presenters:
Jewel De La Rosa is a Senior College Librarian at SUNY Erie Community College's North Campus. She is the lead on the embedded librarian program and the Virtual Information Literacy Task Force, coordinating new online initiatives in creating video tutorials and online library instruction, and creating partnerships with faculty and students within their online class environment of Blackboard.
Jacqueline (Jackie) Coffey Scott is a College Librarian at SUNY Erie Community College, North Campus, and serves as an embedded librarian and instructor of library resources. She earned her MLS from the University at Buffalo. Jackie achieved a SUNY Teaching and Learning Certificate in May 2020.
Spotlight on SUNY Libraries is designed to be an informal conversation about specific topics related to SUNY libraries. After a presentation from our SUNY colleagues, there will be time to ask questions, chat, and discuss. The session will be recorded for those who cannot attend, and associated documents and resources will be shared out.
- Wednesday, April 6, 2022
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Online Training/Webinar
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.