Four health science librarians’ experiences: How they responded to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis

Misa Mi, Yingting Zhang, Lin Wu, Wendy Wu


The COVID-19 pandemic has an unprecedented impact on the entire country. With exponential growth of COVID-19 cases in many areas, university administration and faculty faced mounting challenges on all fronts in meeting students’ needs in transition to remote learning environments. In the face of indefinite closure of libraries and university campuses, how could academic libraries respond to emerging needs in response to the rapidly evolving situation from one day to the next?

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