2021.12.14 Digital Library Pedagogy Twitter Chat

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"Hybridity in 2021"

If 2020 was about figuring out how to function remotely, for some, 2021 was about figuring out how to sustain a hybrid working and teaching environment. This chat will discuss what hybrid means to different people, and we'll discuss the tools, practices, and experiences that we are able to reflect on after “being” hybrid. Join co-hosts Hillary Richardson (@hillaryAHR), Alex Wermer-Colan (@AlexWermerColan), and Heidi Winkler (@heidimercedes) to share experiences, define what hybrid means (or should mean), and reflect on the hybridity of 2021.

This chat is Tuesday, December 14th at 11:00 am PT / 12:00 pm MT / 1:00 pm CST / 2:00 pm EST. Questions will be tweeted from the @CLIRDLF handle. Join in and follow by tweeting with and looking at the #DLFteach hashtag from your own account. Questions? Contact the #DLFteach coordinator. All are welcome!


  • Friday, December 3, 2021, 1:00 pm CST - Our last #DLFTeach chat of 2021 will be Tuesday, 12/14 at 1:00 pm CST! Join us to discuss "Hybridity in 2021." What is it/should it be? Should it stay? For more details see: https://wiki.diglib.org/2021.12.14_Digital_Library_Pedagogy_Twitter_Chat
  • Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 1:00 pm CST - Discuss "being hybrid" with us in one week for December's #DLFteach chat. Our co-hosts @hillaryAHR, @AlexWermerColan, & @heidimercedes will be leading this discussion on 12/14 at 1pm CST. All voices and experiences are welcome!
  • Tuesday, December 14, 2021, 12:00 pm CST - In one hour (1p CST), we begin our last #DLFTeach of 2021 - "Hybridity in 2021." Join in or follow the #DLFteach hashtag! Info & questions: https://wiki.diglib.org/2021.12.14_Digital_Library_Pedagogy_Twitter_Chat
  • Tuesday, 1:00 pm CST - Hi and welcome! We’re about to start today’s #DLFTeach chat on hybridity with our co-hosts @hillaryAHR, @AlexWermerColan, & @heidimercedes, members of the DLF Pedagogy Working Group.
  • Tuesday, 1:01 pm CST - Follow via the #DLFteach hashtag from your Twitter account. Questions will be tweeted at intervals during this hour from @CLIRDLF. When you tweet your responses from your account, use the hashtag & reference the question number (e.g., include "A1" when responding to Q1). Thanks!
  • Tuesday, 1:02 pm CST - The Digital Library Pedagogy working group, affectionately called #DLFteach, is part of the Digital Library Federation (DLF). For tonight's event and all our work, we follow the DLF Code of Conduct: https://www.diglib.org/about/code-of-conduct/ Please follow this code of conduct as you participate.
  • Tuesday, 1:03 pm CST - Let's get started! First, all participants and hosts, please introduce yourselves! #DLFteach
  • Tuesday, 1:05 pm CST - Thank you for introducing yourselves and participating! Conversation questions will now be tweeted from the @CLIRDLF handle. Ready? Here we go! #DLFteach
  • Tuesday, 1:06 pm CST - Q1: How does your institution, region, or even state define “hybrid”, or what is required of you in being hybrid? #DLFTeach
  • Tuesday, 1:15 pm CST - Q2: Did “being hybrid” end up meaning the same thing to you as the definition you were given? How so or not? #DLFTeach
  • Tuesday, 1:24 pm CST - Q3: Does being hybrid look different for different parts of your job (e.g. instruction, day-to-day, administrative, etc.)? #DLFTeach
  • Tuesday, 1:33 pm CST - Q4: What are some best teaching practices or tools that you picked up while teaching in hybrid environments? #DLFTeach
  • Tuesday, 1:42 pm CST - Q5: How did you protect your time, energy, and resources while operating in a hybrid environment? Was it different than when you were doing this remotely? #DLFTeach
  • Tuesday, 1:51 pm CST - Q6 (last question): Is teaching hybrid classrooms, workshops, etc. a sustainable practice? Which aspects of hybridity are here to stay and which are untenable? #DLFTeach
  • Tuesday, 1:58 pm CST - Thanks to all who have contributed to this #DLFTeach chat. Learn more about DLFTeach at https://wiki.diglib.org/Pedagogy or stay connected and get updates on future chats by joining our Google Group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/dlf-pedagogy
  • Tuesday, 1:59 pm CST - Have an idea for a #DLFteach chat? If you'd like to host a chat and have an topic, propose your idea via this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc00xAPgoi_NxeS70FEJUD6lB3bbmQQANzKA0UTSbv2ZspO4A/viewform
  • Tuesday, 2:00 pm CST - Today's conversation will be archived and posted on the #DLFteach wiki, so look here for the record in the coming days: https://wiki.diglib.org/2021.12.14_Digital_Library_Pedagogy_Twitter_Chat