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Meet the Authors Series: Libraries, Digital Information, and COVID: Practical Applications and Approaches to Challenge and Change

Thursday, July 21, 2022 (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM) (EDT)


Some of our most critical needs are met by remote delivery of goods and services and this includes digital information. Intensified financial pressure will also shape the future, with a reassessment of information and its commercial value.  

This webinar presentation will outline the purpose of this book which is to focus on the immediate practicalities of service provision under COVID-19 and to consider longer-term planning and strategic responses to emerging challenges from around the world. 

The book is based on the following themes and a chapter from each will be highlighted as presenting exemplars of best practice. 

  • Immediate challenges 

How the Corona pandemic has influenced public libraries in Denmark 

Carl Gustav Johannsen 


  • Analysis and Opportunities for New Behaviours (How we learn; Supply of information; Psychological effects of change) 

Acceleration of digital learning and what it means for libraries 
Sam Brenton and Sandra Tury 

COVID-19 and the digital divide in higher education: a Commonwealth perspective 
Lucy Shackleton and Rosanna Mann 

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scientific production 
Juan D. Machin-Mastromatteo, Javier Tarango and José Refugio Romo-González 

Library space and COVID-19: Re-thinking of place and re-designing of digital space 
Evgenia Vasilakaki & Valentini Moniarou – Papakonstantinou 

  • Trends for re-shaping society 


Normalising’ the online/blended delivery method into a lasting cultural shift 

Paul Kirkham 


To conclude we offer practical model and a useful framework of sustainability for the future. 

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Thursday, July 21, 2022 (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM) (EDT)
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