Distance learning is a common component of higher education in the 21st century.  However, how libraries serve these students varies dramatically from institution to institution: everywhere from having an on-site learning resource center on a remote campus to providing a digital gateway to various online resources. 

The fall 2020 issue of Theological Librarianship (TL) will have a forum, providing librarians an opportunity to share how they serve non-residential students.  A TL forum is an opportunity to share a brief (750-1500 words) synopsis regarding your library (and in this case, how it serves distance learning students).  Please consider sharing your insights, what works and what does not, your wisdom from experiences with distance learning (even your experience as a distance-learning student and how library services were available might be pertinent and illuminating).

Deadline for submissions: June 1st 

If you have any questions, please contact the Theological Librarianship editorial team (editors-tl@atla.com).