Informed Learning in Communication Studies
School of Communications
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The paper is the result of a collaborative project between an undergraduate communication program and their university libraries. The piece offers a case study to illustrate strategies for moving beyond information literacy into informed learning. Examples from local level in-class assignments to broad efforts to build library collections are provided. This paper concludes that building connections between communication faculty, students, and faculty librarians is an essential component of weaving informed learning perspectives into scholarship of teaching and learning in the field.
Leek, Danielle and Ranger, Kim, "Informed Learning in Communication Studies" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 856.
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