Friday, October 30, 2020
9:00 am -12:00 pm
Online (via Zoom)

Many of us have said “If I’m ever trapped in [insert name of catastrophe here], I want dental floss, chewing gum, and duct tape.” We now find ourselves in a similar environment and are asking, how do we MacGyver our instruction with minimal budgets, minimal staffing, minimal time, and living in anxiety.
This year’s NELIG’s Fall Program will have a variety of presentations and an informal lunch time discussion on topics relating to online learning, remote and on-ground instruction during a pandemic, and building sustainable online learning objects for remote instruction.

Session One:
Creating, Using, and Remixing Online Learning Objects & Multimodal Lesson Plans for Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning
Blake Spitz, Archivist at UMass Amherst

Session Two:
Taking Faculty Development Online
Danielle Apfelbaum, Scholarly Communication Librarian at Farmingdale State College
Fatoma Rad, Acquisitions Librarian at Farmingdale State College

Session Three:
Asynchronous Learning About (and During!) a Pandemic
Jen Bonnet, Social Sciences and Humanities librarian at University of Maine's Fogler Library

Session Four:
Creating a BrightSpace for Library Instruction
Maureen Perry, Research Librarian at the University of Southern Maine
Elizabeth Bull, Library Specialist - Research & Instruction Services at the University of Southern Maine
Megan Mac Gregor, Instruction & Outreach Librarian at the University of Southern Maine

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2020
Tuesday, October 20th
10:45 AM

The COVID-19 Misinformation Challenge: Asynchronous Learning About (and During!) a Pandemic

Jennifer Bonnet, University of Maine - Main
Senta Sellers, Miami University - Oxford

10:45 AM - 11:30 AM

Friday, October 30th
9:00 AM

Creating a (Bright)Space for Library Instruction

Maureen A. Perry, University of Southern Maine
Elizabeth Bull, University of Southern Maine
Megan MacGregor

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Creating, Using, and Remixing Online Learning Objects and Multimodal Lesson Plans for Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning

Blake Spitz, University of Massachusetts Amherst

online

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM