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Library service and learning empowering students, inspiring social responsibility, and building community connections

Author: Theresa R McDevitt; Caleb P Finegan
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. Association of College and Research Libraries 2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a collection of case studies written by librarians, university faculty, and students who have successfully employed service-based or experiential learning experiences for students in higher  Read more...

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Theresa R McDevitt; Caleb P Finegan
ISBN: 9780838946107 0838946100
OCLC Number: 1194536405
Description: 1 online resource (424 p.)
Contents: Introduction. Everybody Wins: Empowering Students and Enhancing Community Connections through Library Related Applied Learning ExperiencesPart I. Library and Information Literacy Credit-Bearing Courses or Sponsors of Undergraduate Community Based ResearchChapter One. Research for Non-Profits, a Service Learning Class in Grantseeking Research - Alyssa WrightChapter Two. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Using Infographics to Visually Present Student Research - Dr. Terri Summey and Bethanie O'DellChapter Three. Using Service-Learning Experiences to Engage Students in Information Literacy Classes - Breanne Kirsch and Lola BradleyChapter Four. In Service to Rutgers University Libraries' Instruction Program: LIS Students Gain Instruction Experience through a Mutually Beneficial Collaboration - Leslin H. CharlesChapter Five. Community Research Assignments for an Information Literacy Class - Theresa McDevittChapter Six. Support for Student-Driven Projects: Library Mini-Grants and Service Learning - Amanda PetersPart II. Library Support for Courses with Applied Service-Based Projects in the DisciplinesChapter Seven. Moving Words: Building Community through Service-Learning in the Arts - Anne Marie Gruber, Angela Pratesi, and Angela WaseskukChapter Eight. A Storied Tale: Melding Digital Storytelling, Service-learning, and Digital and Information Literacy Skills for Pre-Service Teachers - Heather BeirneChapter Nine. Public History Service Projects to Prepare Future Public Historians - Dr. Jeanine Mazak-Kahne and Theresa McDevittChapter Ten. Fostering Community Engagement through Intentionality and Faculty-Librarian Partnerships - Tracy Lassiter, PhD and James Fisk, MLSChapter Eleven. Generating Buzz on Campus about Fair Trade through the Writing for Public Relations Course - Jen Jones, PhD and Amy PodoletzChapter Twelve. Integrating Library Research and Information Literacy into Archaeological Service-learning - Lara Homsey-MesserChapter Thirteen. How to Succeed in International Business (With a Lot of Trying) - Russell A. Hall and Mark BestosoPart III. Library as Location for Student-Led Educational Outreach Events and ProjectsChapter Fourteen. Putting Theory into Practice and Promoting Children's Literacy through Service-Learning - Janet PinkleyChapter Fifteen. Promoting Scholarly Conversations through an Undergraduate Research Conference in the Library: A Communication Class Project - Jen Jones, PhDChapter Sixteen. Banned Books and Dangerous Fictions: Co-Creating an Annual Banned Books Read Out - Tanya HeflinChapter Seventeen. Facets of Fashion: Utilizing Library Display Windows to Apply Visual Merchandising Techniques - Janet A. Blood, PhDChapter Eighteen. The Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon for Critical Information Literacy and Public Service - Dr. Matthew A. Vetter and Cori WoodsChapter Nineteen. Service-Learning in the Oral History Archives - Juliana M. NykolaiszynChapter Twenty. Privacy, Cybersecurity, and the Constitution: A Poster Session for Undergraduate American Government Students in the Library - Dr. Aleea L. PerryChapter Twenty-One. The ABCs of Nutrition and Literacy: Combining Children's Books with Health Awareness in an Academic Service-Learning Project - Stephanie Taylor-Davis, PhD, RDN, LDNChapter Twenty-Two. More about Experiential and Service-Learning Experiences for Libraries and Information Literacy InstructionAuthors and Editors
Responsibility: Theresa R. McDevitt [edit.]; Caleb P. Finegan [edit.]

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