Archive of Webinars & Materials

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  1. ASERL webinars are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  2. On August 10, 2020 ASERL added closed captioning to our recorded webinars, dating back to January 1, 2018. Our older webinars will be captioned on a by-request basis. Please contact ASERL staff to request captioning.
  3. As of March 2018, all ASERL webinars are included in ASERL’s Code of Conduct. If you feel that you been harassed or encountered other mistreatment during an ASERL event, please contact us

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The Reality of VR: Librarian Involvement in Virtual Reality Projects

May 20, 2024 EDT

  Summary As an instruction librarian in a makerspace and later as science liaison librarian at both large and small universities, the author has participated in various virtual reality projects […]


Built Without Barriers: Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2024 Online Accessibility Event

May 16, 2024 EDT

The University of Minnesota is hosting a free, virtual accessibility event on Thursday, May 16, 2024 to engage in conversation, thinking, and learning about access and inclusion. ASERL members are […]

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Accessibility Water Cooler

May 15, 2024 EDT

Please join us at the Accessibility Water Cooler with your questions, thoughts and ideas!  Accessibility fans from ASERL libraries are here to share their thoughts and ideas.  These sessions are […]


ASERL Community Call: Shared Print Priorities

May 8, 2024 EDT

We need your input! We welcome all interested ASERL members to join a community call discussion on May 8, 2024 regarding the state and future of shared print retention programming […]


The Rise of Artificial Intelligence and Art: Taking a Look at Copyright Challenges for Libraries

May 6, 2024 EDT

  Summary The world of art is undergoing a revolution with the emergence of AI-generated creations. But who owns the copyright to these works – the person, the software developer, […]


What is Scite? Demo & ASERL experiences with a new AI-powered search and citation tool

April 29, 2024 EDT

Join us for a live webinar to learn about Scite, an award-winning AI-powered search and discovery platform that enhances research discoverability and evaluation. Our experts, Sean Rife, co-founder of Scite, […]

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How Trauma and Stress Impacts the Well-Being of BIPOC Library Workers

April 26, 2024 EDT

  Summary This presentation delves into the profound effects of trauma and stress on the well-being of library workers, with a focus on the experiences of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and […]


The Right To Deposit: Uniform Guidance to Ensure Author Compliance and Public Access

April 16, 2024 EDT

This free webinar is organized by the University of California (UC) and Authors Alliance and is co-sponsored by the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL), the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation, and […]


Scarcity or Thriving? Ten Surprising Signs that Your Workplace is an “Abundance Magnet”

April 3, 2024 EDT

  Summary Tired of feeling like you’re constantly scraping by? “Let’s do more with less” your organization’s theme song? Imagine attracting resources, stakeholders, and opportunities effortlessly, with people actively singing […]


ASERL Resource Sharing Community Call: Tips and Tricks for Keeping Your ILL House in Order

March 28, 2024 EDT

What tips or tricks has your ILL unit incorporated into your workflow or services? A routing rule? Changes to templates? Staffing workflow change or collaboration? Join resource sharing colleagues from […]


Defending Diversity: The Challenges and Opportunities for DEIA Positions in Libraries (Part 2)

March 27, 2024 EDT

FOR PRIVACY, THESE SESSIONS WILL NOT BE RECORDED Summary How are libraries still doing the work of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) across their systems with or without dedicated […]


Why Do I Stay in Librarianship IV? — The DEI Perspective

March 25, 2024 EDT

As a follow up to popular series “Why I Left the Profession –DEI Perspective” — “Why Do I Stay –The DEI Perspective” series is taking a closer look at resiliency […]


Library Advocacy Work is Relationship Building Work: A Panel Discussion

March 15, 2024 EDT

  Description: When we think about library advocacy work, we often think about issues impacting libraries but what about library workers? Why is library advocacy work important now? This panel […]


ASERL Informational Open House

March 13, 2024 EDT

The Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) recently updated its membership criteria, leading to numerous inquiries from libraries seeking more information about our programming, requirements, and costs. Anyone who is […]

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LAA Webinar: “Transforming Librarianship to Model Neuroinclusion in Libraries”

February 28, 2024 EST

This session will introduce participants to the neurodiversity employment movement and its impact in other fields, such as IT. The presenters will also share results from an IMLS-funded initiative that […]

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Defending Diversity: The Challenges and Opportunities for DEIA Positions in Libraries (Part 1)

February 27, 2024 EST

  FOR PRIVACY, THESE SESSIONS WILL NOT BE RECORDED   Summary How are libraries still doing the work of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) across their systems with or […]


Accessibility Water Cooler

February 26, 2024 EST

Please join us at the Accessibility Water Cooler with your questions, thoughts and ideas!  Accessibility fans from ASERL libraries are here to share their thoughts and ideas.  These sessions are […]


Unlocking Potential Through Art: Spark Student Curiosity with Primary Source Literacy

February 22, 2024 EST

Summary How is learning enhanced when students are empowered to select, research, describe, interpret, curate and present primary sources for the public? How can collaborative exploration of primary sources and […]


Crisis Communication: The Librarian’s Guide to Clear Communication Under Pressure

February 20, 2024 EST

Summary In our current world, crisis is not an if it will occur, it’s a when it will occur. As librarian leaders, we want to be strategically prepared and proactive for crisis events. We […]


How to Create a Scholarly Communications Office

February 15, 2024 EST

  Summary Join us for a discussion with Jeff Graveline, Associate Dean for Research and Scholarly Communication and Dr. Marla Hertz, Associate Professor and the Research Data Management (RDM) Librarian […]


Digital Humanities and Emerging Technologies: Collaboration, Vision, and the Future

February 14, 2024 EST

NOTE:  This webinar will not be recorded! Summary  This talk presents recent examples of digital humanities research that uses augmented reality and other emerging technologies in unique domains for archival […]


AI Challenges: Taking a Critical Look at Racial Bias and Ethics

February 7, 2024 EST

  Join us for a conversation about the basics of AI tools and the challenges around Ethics and Racial Bias. The presentation will focus on the following topics: Introduction to […]


ASERL Resource Sharing Community Call

February 7, 2024 EST

Join resource sharing colleagues from across the Southeast’s finest academic libraries to engage in focused topics of interest to the community. Find out what’s happening across ASERL and help determine […]


Collection Development Policies in a Dynamic Collections Environment

February 2, 2024 EST

This webinar will focus on collections policies, and why dynamic policies can remain important for addressing user requirements, diversity and inclusion, technological change, and other elements of collection building and management.


Unpacking Peace of Mind: A Librarian’s Guide to Calming Relocation Jitters

February 1, 2024 EST

  Summary You work hard from 9 to 5. Does where you live from 5 to 9 work for you? Like a successful career, real estate investments can help you […]


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