Liaison Get Together
Are you an academic library liaison in Virginia? Do you want to hear from and meet liaisons across disciplinary boundaries? Are you looking for no-cost virtual networking and professional development opportunities? Come to the Liaison Get Together!
This event is a free opportunity for liaisons across the Commonwealth to gather and learn about what’s going on with liaisonship, in Virginia and further afield. We hope to see you there, so that we can all learn from each other and identify commonalities and common needs among our community of liaisons.
We seek your attendance, lightning talks, and short presentations. Sign up to attend and share your thoughts. We welcome your ideas about all aspects of liaisonship.
10:10 Concurrent Presentations
Room 1: Nuts and Bolts of Liaising
Malia Willey & Elizabeth Price / Using Feedback for Liaison Success
Ashley Hosbach / The Screen-Free Syllabus
Stacey Wahl / Logically Speaking
Room 2: Organizational Approaches
Lucie Wall Stylianopoulos & Miguel Valladares / Supporting Indigenous Studies: Trying out the New Model across Disciplines
Keith Weimer, Lucie Stylianopoulos, Erin Pappas & Todd Burks / Liaison success during COVID--U.Va. Course Enrichment Grants
Alison Armstrong & Lisa Dinkle / Liaison Best Practices and Challenges
Bethany Wright / Moving from a Campus Based to a College-Wide Liaison Model
11:00 Breakout Room Discussions
Room 1: COVID-19 & Liaising
Room 2: Communicating with Liaison Units
Room 3: Liaison Roles
Room 4: Open Discussion
11:35 Closing Discussion: Your Liaison Get Together Experience & Future Meetings
Hosted by VCU Libraries, the Liaison Get Together will be offered over Zoom. Please register, so we can know many people to expect and can send you reminders with the URL to join us on the day of the event. Before attending, please review the code of conduct. For more information or special accommodations, or if you can’t make this get together but would like to be added to our mailing list, please do not hesitate to contact Bettina Peacemaker at email@example.com.