online education, distance, Blackboard, library instruction, collaboration
With the growing number of online courses and programs across the higher education spectrum, the need to train faculty to effectively design and deliver online courses has become essential to many institutions. However, many professional development options do not include information or support in order to transition the same library services and resources faculty might use in their face-to-face classes to this new environment. The following case study describes professional development for faculty preparing to teach online at one small, private, doctoral-granting institution; how library resources and services were incorporated into the professional development experience; and the overall impressions from faculty who have participated.
Hillman, Christina and Sabourin, Katie, "Don't get left behind: Moving library instruction online" (2016). Lavery Library Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 40.
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