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NNYLN Webinar: Raising Your Level of Librarian-Faculty Collaborations
December 8, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
In this session, attendees will learn about online faculty-librarian collaborations from two librarians who worked with faculty to create an embedded librarian program that began with a basic level of collaboration via a presence in the learning management system and has since grown to include more advanced levels of collaboration including synchronous and asynchronous information literacy opportunities and even assignment and course modification and creation.
In addition to seeing examples of all levels of collaboration, attendees will learn the strategies used to begin this collaboration and how librarians continue to work with faculty to refine and enhance collaborations and create new collaborative opportunities. Finally, attendees will learn how these librarians are applying these collaborations with faculty to education initiatives at their affiliated health system.
About the presenters:
Amy Snyder is the Education Librarian at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. She earned her MSLS from Clarion University. She works with students and collaborates with faculty on information literacy in face to face and online learning environments. Amy’s current interests include incorporating active learning into instruction, engaging students in a virtual environment, and evidence-based practice.
Christina J. Steffy is the Director of Library Services and an adjunct English faculty member at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. She is also an adjunct library science faculty member at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Christina has an MLIS from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, as well as undergraduate degrees in English and communication from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. She is currently completing an M.A. Professional and Digital Media Writing through East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, and she is active in statewide and regional library associations.