Building Successful Faculty Engagement Programs - Webcast Recap

Posted by Credo on 3/24/16 11:40 AM

Events, Trends in Reference, Uncategorized, Webinars

Screen Shot 2016-03-23 at 2_optIn  the most recent installment of our #ReferenceStrategy webinar series, four librarians shared strategies they've used to build successful faculty engagement programs on their campuses. Rebecca Donlan outlined a program Florida Gulf Coast University created to enhance their culture of inquiry "from composition to capstone." Horry Georgetown Technical College's Nicole Romyak and Chris Williams explained concrete examples of initiatives they've taken to reach out to faculty on their campus and the results such efforts have yielded. Jennifer Hill from Excelsior College outlined how her institution's course development teams have benefitted faculty, librarians, and students.

Watch the full webcast below, read the full transcript, and continue the conversation on Twitter with the #ReferenceStrategy hashtag!


Panelists:

Rebecca Donlan - Assistant Director for Collection Management, Florida Gulf Coast University Library

Chris Williams - Reference and Instructional Librarian and Coordinator of Reference Services, Horry Georgetown Technical College

Nicole Romyak - Academic Programs Librarian, Horry Georgetown Technical College

Jennifer Hill - Distance Education Librarian/Electronic Resources Manager, Excelsior College Library