It has been roughly one year since COVID-19 struck the nation and lockdowns and stay at home orders were first put in place. This panel consists of speakers who work in different areas of academic librarianship. They will reflect on the challenges they have faced while operating during a pandemic. What lessons have been learned? What unique opportunities have presented themselves? How can these new practices be applied to better the future of academic librarianship?
Moderated by Christine Moffatt, University of Waterloo
Speakers: Nathalie Soini (Queen’s University), Carol Leibiger (University of South Dakota), Amanda Wheatley (McGill University)