Teaching Today’s Business Students: A Panel Discussion

Presented by: ProQuest and Library Journal
Event Date: Thursday, December 2, 2021


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Business teaching and learning is changing. Students now need to address new topics such as social impact, corporate social responsibility and diversity. Faculty and librarians need to support students in gaining the essential skills employers need from their workforce and future leaders. Not only that, but Covid has put a spotlight on the remote-learning needs of these students to access a broad range of resources to support their projects. How do industry bodies, faculty and librarians work together to meet these students needs and prepare them for the future? Join our panel session to hear more about how you can enable today’s business students for future success.



Heather McLaughlin, PVC/Dean Faculty of Business & Law, De Montfort University, UK

Kara Van Abel, MLIS Associate Professor, Reference Librarian & Liaison to the Collat School of Business, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Maureen Andrade, Professor, Organizational Leadership at Utah Valley University, Woodbury School of Business

Elliot Davis, Director of Data Strategy, AACSB International



Jo-Anne Hogan, Director of Product Management, ProQuest


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