OnlineEd 2022

Now the firmly established global event for online learning and teaching



Elizabeth Speer

Electronic Resources & Acquisitions Librarian

University of North Texas Health Science Center

Elizabeth is an innovative wayfinder committed to efficiency in library operations and resource access through clear procedures, policy implementation, and personal interactions and collaborations with university partners. She is responsible for the university’s library collection in digital formats with a current focus in DEI, OER, copyright, contracts, and inter-library loan processes and policies.

Prior to Elizabeth’s current position, she spent a decade working with first generation and non-traditional community college students in her role as Librarian and academic liaison where she quickly learned the value of open educational resources. She earned her MLS from Texas Woman’s University and her M.Ed in Curriculum & Instruction from Tarleton State University.


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What others say

[The] HS OnlineEd event provided me with food for thought for the future of my own online space for the diversity of students that I engage with.

Sabrina Kavanagh
Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland

A very insightful Teaching and Learning conference for the Online environment!!! This was for me the most enjoyable virtual conference since the start of online conferences.

Mapitsi Thantsha
University of Pretoria, South Africa

HS OnlineEd 2021 conference gave me a rare opportunity to connect with colleagues as well as providers of online educational tools. As a result, I am better able to navigate the fast-changing world of modern university education.

Nick Zubanov
University of Konstanz, Germany