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The engaged library : high-impact educational practices in academic libraries

Author: Joan D Ruelle
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2020.
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"The Engaged Library provides case studies, examples, and discussion of how academic libraries can create successful partnerships to contribute to the integration of high-impact practices on their campuses, and ways to execute these practices well. Each chapter addresses one of the ten original high-impact practices through the lens of library partnerships, contributions, and opportunities, and provides ideas for  Read more...
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Engaged library.
Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2020
(DLC) 2020937629
(OCoLC)1159240939
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joan D Ruelle
ISBN: 0838947859 9780838947852
OCLC Number: 1156115618
Description: 1 online resource (iv, 184 pages) : color illustrations
Contents: Introduction : A SoTL View of HIPs and Libraries / Joan D. Ruelle and Deandra Little --
First-Year Experiences and Seminars : Systematic Information Literacy Instruction within a First-Year Experience Program : A Case Study from Mount Saint Mary College / Tiffany Davis --
Common Intellectual Experiences and Academic Libraries / Susan E. Montgomery and Jonathan H. Harwell --
Learning Communities : The Role of the Library in Residential Learning / Joan D. Ruelle and Shannon Lundeen --
Writing-Intensive Courses : The Impact of Co-ownership and Community : Reimagining the Relationship between Library and Writing Instruction as a Teaching and Learning Partnership / Paula Patch and Patrick Rudd --
Collaborative Assignments and Projects : Interdisciplinary Collaborative Assignments and Projects : Case Studies in Information Literacy and Higher Order Thinking Skills / Leslie Ward, Trikartikaningsih Byas, Alisa Cercone, Barbara L. Lynch, and Kathleen Wentrack --
Undergraduate Research : Librarian Mentorship of Undergraduate Research / Courtney Paddick and Carrie Pirmann --
Diversity/Global Learning / Dianne Ford, Vicki Siler, and Shannon Tennant --
Service Learning, Community-Based Learning / Nicole A. Branch, Jennifer E. Nutefall, and Anne Marie Gruber --
Internships : Academic Libraries and Internships : Creating New Opportunities / Teresa W. LePors --
Capstone Courses and Projects : Working with Capstones : Case Studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro / Rachel Olsen, Maggie Murphy, and Amy Harris Houk --
Why High-Impact Practices Matter to Universities and Their Libraries / Gretel Stock.
Responsibility: edited by Joan D. Ruelle.

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"The Engaged Library provides case studies, examples, and discussion of how academic libraries can create successful partnerships to contribute to the integration of high-impact practices on their campuses, and ways to execute these practices well. Each chapter addresses one of the ten original high-impact practices through the lens of library partnerships, contributions, and opportunities, and provides ideas for and examples of outcomes assessment. A variety of types of institutions are included, and some chapters discuss initiatives that involve a combination of multiple practices. Across all of the chapters and case studies, you will find examples of well-orchestrated and engaging models that rely on instructional teams of faculty, advisers, librarians, and technology professionals to enhance and deepen the practices' impact on student learning. The framework for The Engaged Library challenges academic libraries to plan, develop, and execute efforts to incorporate these practices intentionally, systematically, and for greater engagement and impact. It can help foster a shared language around high-impact practices within academic librarianship that will highlight and articulate how libraries have been and can increasingly become integral to the success of these engaged learning practices across academia. As high-impact practices become a leading measure of engaged pedagogy on college campuses, this volume can provide an entry point for academic librarians looking to lead, partner, and contribute to these practices on their campus."--

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