Students and teachers at BC had a range of different experiences from March 2020 to the summer of 2021, from fully online (synchronous and asynchronous) to hybrid to in-person with social distancing and masks. Because library spaces were limited, BC Libraries instruction went primarily online. After the initial sudden change, we managed the longer-term transition to online teaching and learning with an intentioned focus on what would work best pedagogically. This fall we transitioned back into the classroom. Rather than returning to “normal,” we prepared ourselves over the summer with a set of workshops again focusing on pedagogy: what could we adapt from our online experiences to the F2F environment? How could we use this moment to re-think teaching and learning? Here are some librarians’ reflections about teaching this fall.
Continue reading “Back to the Classroom”