Community Meetings

INCONECSS takes place every three years. The last time we saw each other was in 2019. In a time without masks, without lockdown and without the need for distance.

We want to use the time between conferences to exchange ideas and to stay in touch. Because a lot is happening at the moment.

That's why we have created the INCONECSS Community Events. Every 3 months, we invite you to take a closer look at a current topic and to share your experiences with others.

Topic of the second online meeting:

„Access to information“

The second event will take place on June 14th

Details to follow shortly.

Community Meeting No. 1: „Staying in touch with our communities during the pandemic – ties with students, faculty and staff“ - 2021-03-22

Lightning Talks Slides:

Vasia Mole
Vasia Mole

Koç-University Library, Head Librarian of the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (ANAMED) Library: Turkey
“KU Libraries reaching out to their community even remotely”
Rajen Munoo
Rajen Munoo

Head of Learning and Engagement at Singapore Management University Libraries (SMU), https://researchguides.smu.edu.sg/prf.php?account_id=75802
“Library Peer Advisors Step Forward: Helping Freshmen Adapt to Online Learning”
Dr Aida Maria Ismail
Dr Aida Maria Ismail

UiTM, Malaysia, Senior lecturer at the Faculty of Accountancy, University Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Selangor Malaysia
“Staying in touch with our communities (ties with students and faculty)”
Anne Burnett
Anne Burnett

Alexander Campbell King Law Library, University of Georgia School of Law, USA
“Building Virtual Community”
Rachel Evans
Rachel Evans

Alexander Campbell King Law Library, University of Georgia School of Law, USA
“Building Virtual Community”
Geraldine Kalim
Geraldine Kalim

Alexander Campbell King Law Library, University of Georgia School of Law, USA
“Building Virtual Community”
Susanne Dalsgaard Krag
Susanne Dalsgaard Krag

Library Manager AU Library at The Royal Danish Library at Aarhus University, Denmark
“How to keep the workplace together in a word of social distance”

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