High impact practices, Information Literacy, Library instruction, academic libraries, writing in libraries, student engagement in libraries, service learning in libraries, student research in libraries, graphic design
Library and Information Science
Librarians and disciplinary faculty showcase four collaborative projects that have provided students with a high-impact learning experiences in information literacy. These projects cover a range of methods, including a service-learning program that allows education students a chance to teach information literacy skills to a cohort of public school students, a summer scholars research program, the creation of an open education resource by a writing class, and a class built around designing materials to teach college students information literacy terminology. These projects achieve many of the practices identified by the Association of American Colleges and University as high-impact learning practices.
Schaub, Gayle; McClure, Hazel; Scripps-Hoekstra, Lindy; Schaub, Mark; and Lima, Vinicius, "High Impact Librarianship: A Showcase of Collaborative and Experiential Learning Initiatives" (2018). Presentations. 90.