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Scholarship in the sandbox : academic libraries as laboratories, forums, and archives for student work

Author: Amy S Jackson; Cindy Pierard; Suzanne Michele Schadl
Publisher: Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Scholarship in the Sandbox is broken into four sections--Library as Laboratory, Library as Forum, Library as Archive, and Articulating the Value of Student Work--containing case studies and discussions from diverse perspectives including students, classroom professors, academic staff, and librarians from across North America. These studies address the innovative ways that libraries are actively occupying more  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Scholarship in the sandbox.
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2019
(DLC) 2019014059
(OCoLC)1099182818
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amy S Jackson; Cindy Pierard; Suzanne Michele Schadl
ISBN: 9780838989548 0838989543
OCLC Number: 1096537151
Description: 1 online resource (x, 358 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents: Intro; Table of contents; Chapter 1; Students as producers; Collaborating toward deeper learning; Derek Bruff; My story; Students as producers; Essential elements; Open-ended problems; Authentic audiences; Student autonomy; A call to action; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 2; Learning with students in the sandbox; Our stories; Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl; Amy; Cindy; Suzanne; A response: for action; On essential elements: open ends, audiences, and student autonomy; On libraries as labs, forums, and archives; Answering the call; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 3 The library as a lab for student work; Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 4; The good side of failure; Explorative yet productive failure in digital humanities projects; Ian Morse, Mila Temnyalova, and William Gordon; Introduction; Digital Humanities Summer Scholars (DHSS) Program; Ian's exploration back to basics; Mila's mo(nu)ments of productive failure; Will's experiments with code and interpreting results; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 5; Students as lab leaders The role of master builders in the build IT Makerspace @ San Diego State University Library; Jenny Wong-Welch, Charles Joseph Casabar, Rita Ghazala, and Lindsay White; Introduction; Jenny Wong-Welch-designing the build IT Makerspace and beginning the Master Builder Program; Library as laboratory; Master builders and the role of experiential learning; Students' experiences as lab leaders: learning from the master builders; Charles Joseph Casabar; Rita Ghazala; Lindsay White; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography Chapter 6; Testing the edge of scholarship: supporting student research in the Ruppert Commons for research, technology, and collaboration; Brittany Wofford and Liz Milewicz; Introduction; Assessment: gauging researcher needs, desires, and gaps; Changing user behavior and needs; Changing research environment; Design: creating and developing the vision; Surveying spaces at other institutions; Conducting a visioning workshop with campus stakeholders; Drafting an architectural and organizational plan; Making space for collaborative research; Fostering community and catalyzing innovation; Implementation: testing, reflecting, revising Rethinking research; Rethinking training and hiring to meet changing needs; Thoughtfully expanding partnerships and programming; Assessment (again): learning from the edge; Redefining metrics for success; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 7; North Carolina State University spotlight; Part 1, fulfilling the promise-and the inspiration-of high-tech spaces; Jason Evans Groth; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 8; The library as a forum for student work; Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 9; Students exposed; What happens when student work ends up in the learning commons Brittney Thomas; Introduction; Learning environment; Educational alliances; Transliteracy; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 10; Celebrating student scholarship with an undergraduate research prize; Kevin M. Ross, Carolyn Radcliff, and Talia Cain; Background and goals; The contest; Partnership and marketing as keys to success; Benefits to students; A student reflects; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 11; Making noise: teaching Civil Rights Movement music in the Dartmouth College music library; Memory Apata; Listening for opportunities for repair; Finding partners; Time and place; Repertoire; Materials; Teaching strategy Participants; Takeaways; Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 12; DIY archives: zine collections in Houston; Lisa Cruces; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 13; North Carolina State University spotlight; Part 2, showcasing student work through public programs; Marian Fragola; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 14; The library as an archive of student works; Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 15; A student journal to celebrate, preserve, and improve beginning undergraduate writing; Ann E. Biswas, Maureen Schlangen; and Heidi Gauder; Review of literature Case study of line by line; Outcomes and measures; Benefits of a student composition journal; Challenges of a student composition journal; Potential of library archives and institutional repositories; Conclusion; Appendix 15a; The line by line syllabus boilerplate statement; Publish your writing in line by line; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 16; Students as content creators: empowering students to see themselves as part of institutional scholarship; Jessica Clemons and Melissa Fierke; Introduction; Growing the F. Franklin Moon Library Institutional Repository: digital commons @ ESF; A case study: Cranberry Lake Biological Station Going far beyond "just" populating the IR; Teaching the students/course development/Pedagogy; Information literacy teaching and learning theory; Future steps; Acknowledgments; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 17; Copyright considerations: creation and sharing; Carla S. Myers; Copyright basics; Securing copyright; Works not eligible for copyright protection; Copyright ownership; Scope of copyright protection; Duration of copyright; Rights management; Transfer of rights; Creative Commons licensing; Restricting reuse; Reuse rights; Other reuse options; Obtaining permission to reuse a work; Obtaining a license to reuse a work Using Creative Commons or open-access works; Using public domain works; Citing sources; Finding answers to copyright questions; Reputable resources; Partnerships; Other intellectual property considerations; Patents; Trademarks and servicemarks; Securing patent and trademark protection; Putting it all together; Notes Bibliography; Chapter 18; North Carolina State University spotlight; Part 3, the power of open: tools and practices for opening up student work; Lillian Rigling; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 19; Valuing student work; Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl; Notes; Bibliography Chapter 20; Beyond consumers: the value of engaging undergraduate students in journal management and authorship; Diane (DeDe) Dawson and Liv Marken; Introduction; Background; The student voice; Scholarship as conversation; Students as authors; Students as editors; Student intentions versus outcomes; Authors; Editors; Transferable skills; Articulating value; Benefits to library and writing center; Benefits to institution; Benefits to academy; Benefits to society; Good practices; Maintaining journal quality; Ensuring journal sustainability; Conclusion; Note; Bibliography Chapter 21; Beyond the sandbox: student scholarship, digital citizenship, and the production of knowledge; Char Miller, Allegra Swift, Benjamin Hackenberger, and Anna Kramer; Introduction; Preparing the next generation of digital citizens: a librarian's point of view; Pursuing a passion: a teacher's perspective; Theory, practice, and engagement: an emerging scholar's perspective; Picking up the paper trail: a student scholar's view; Conclusion; Appendix 21a; Claremont Colleges mission ststatements; Appendix 21b; Information literacy in Student Work Rubric, Claremont Colleges Library; Identification; Assignment Information literacy in Student Work Rubric/Scoring Sheet Codebook, Claremont Colleges Library; Identification; Can we evaluate information literacy in this work?; Assignment; Quality of attribution, evaluation, and communication of information literacy; Appendix 21c; Critical thinking rubric; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 22; North Carolina State University spotlight; Part 4, preparing students to "think and do": promoting the value of student work at NCSU; Mira Waller and William Cross; D.H. Hill Library visualization studio; Overarching themes; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 23; Conclusion; Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl; Gaps and next steps; Notes; Bibliography; Author and editor bibliographies.
Responsibility: Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl, editors

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Addresses the innovative ways that libraries are actively occupying more central space on campus as practical laboratories outside of the classroom. Authors describe efforts to curate student work,  Read more...

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