11:10 pm - 12:00 pm
Room: OXFORD (2nd Floor)
Exploring a DIY Digital Archive: A Student Organization and Library Collaboration
Madeline Miller, Dartmouth College
This session focuses on a case study of a student-driven archival and digitization project centered on student organization history. The project focuses on: the benefits, the challenges, and possible future applications.
Tags: Archives and Special Collections, Outreach, Teaching and Learning, Technology
Partners for Student Success: Cross Campus Collaborations
Kristin Strohmeyer, Hamilton College
Academic librarians and student support professionals all contribute to the development of student learning in higher education. They are a natural fit as partners for an improved student experience.
Tags: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Outreach
The Collaborative Commons: Insights on Collaboration and leadership in the Contemporary Academic Library Learning Commons
Leroy LaFleur, Tufts University
This session provides highlights from a study on academic library learning commons partnerships with a focus on the ways in which partners work together, the opportunities and challenges to collaboration they face, and their perspectives on the role of organizational leadership on their work. The research, part of an ongoing dissertation study, was conducted through in-person site visits, individual interviews with learning commons coordinators, and group interviews with teams of learning commons partners.
Tags: Administration, Management, and Leadership, Outreach, Professional/staff development, Reference, Teaching and Learning
Deconstructing the Research Process: Preparing High School Students for College Level Research and Writing
Laura Hooper, St. George's School
This is the (short) story of how a traditional one-shot instruction session evolved through collaboration into scaffolded learning, with the librarian embedded in the last several weeks of the course offering a series of 3 workshops on information literacy concepts. Attendees will be asked to consider the assumptions we make about students’ research and writing abilities, especially as they transition between levels of education, and how we can better meet their needs by adjusting and scaffolding our instruction sessions.
Tags: Teaching and Learning
A Framework for Collaboration: Bringing Together Expertise to More Effectively Guide Students
Sam Boss & Kristi J. Castleberry, Northern Vermont University
Library director Sam Boss and literature professor Kristi Castleberry have been collaborating for the past two years on an embedded librarian project that has allowed them to bring their different areas of expertise to the classroom in order to more effectively help their students. They have specifically worked to seamlessly blend the elements of the ACRL Framework with course content so that students engage with it as a meaningful part of their larger learning.
Tags: Teaching and Learning