OhioLINK Webinars and Presentations

Below are links to recorded training presentations and powerpoint slides by OhioLINK staff.

OhioLINK Webinars

 

  • OhioLINK Webinar: Print Services During COVID-19 (5/6/2020) - Library services for print resources have changed dramatically over the past several weeks as institutions have moved to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. From staff working remotely, to changes in ILL fulfillment processes to modified loan periods and increased renewals, there are many strategies that libraries have employed to continue to support students through the Spring semester. In this webinar we hear from librarians at Miami University, University of Dayton, University of Findlay, and Xavier University about print services at their libraries, followed by time for a broader Q&A and conversation on print services going into the Summer semester. If you missed this webinar, the recording can be accessed here.

 

  • Virtual Management During COVID-19 (4/29/2020) - Moderated by Miriam Matteson, Kent State University iSchool professor and Interim Associate Dean of the College of Communication and Information, and panelists Karla Aleman - Dean of Library & eLearning, Lorain County Community College; Morag Boyd - Acquisitions and Discovery Strategist, The Ohio State University; and Tiffany Lipstreu - Library Director, Otterbein University; share strategies and best practices for virtual management based in their recent personal experiences. Topics include emotional labor, change management, team communication, and motivation. The last ten minutes are Q&A. If you missed this webinar, you can access the recording here.

 

  • Fulfilling Requests for Video During COVID-19 (4/9/2020) - Librarians from Miami University, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio Northern University, and Kenyon College discuss best practices for Fulfilling Requests for Video During COVID-19. How are libraries responding to requests for videos to be used in remote instruction now that access to collections are limited? Panelists also discuss exploring access, utilizing special offers and trials, adapting acquisition workflows, and the need for increased communication, as well as fair use copyright law. If you missed this webinar, you can access the recording (Ostaff login required).

 

  • Managing E-Resources During COVID-19 (3/26/2020) - Many publishers and content providers have offered free access to electronic information resources to help health care professionals and college and university students learning at a distance during the COVID-19 pandemic. There has been a deluge of information made available. What are the most effective strategies for managing these new, temporarily available resources, and making them easily discoverable and accessible to our campus communities? Find out in this webinar where Librarians share best practices for evaluating and making these resources accessible. To view the WebEx, slides and chat transcript, you will need to log in with your Ostaff credentials. If you do not have an Ostaff account, your Lead Implementor can request one for you.